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PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



CITY COUNCIL 



OJr THE 



City of Chicago 



NEWBERRY 
LIBRARY 

CHICAGO 



FOR THE 



MUMIGIPALa YB.AR 1889-90. 



BEING FROM 



April 15, 1889 to April 8, 1890, 



CHICA.GO: 

JoHx F. liiGGiNS, Tri^^ter. 196 & 198 South Clark Street. 

' 1890. 



THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOR THE MUNICIPAL YEAR 1889 90. ^\^-^ 

— ^^"^ 

DEWITT C. CRECIER, Mayor. FRANZ AMBERC, CITY CLERK- 

JAMES R. B- VANCLEAVE, DEPUTY CiTY CLERK. 
■•'I It ST U AICII. 

WILLIAM I'. WIIKJiAN ^Oo W'si bash Ave. 

ARTIILil DIXON 2UU Kiftli Ave. 

sii:<;oM> ivAicn. 

FRANK C. VIF.HLIXC} U. 24, 110 Denrboni St. 

JOHN SUMMLliFI 1:LI) 2411 fSoiiUi Park Ave. 

TllllCn \VAK1>. 

ANSON (;OKT()X '. ..ir>4 Dearborn St. 

LA13AN H. DIXON 11. 08, 2M6 La Salic St. 

FOURTH \VAK». 

.lOIIN W. IlEFIiURN H. 17, 120 VVashiiiKton St. 

MARTIN B. MADJ)EN 2899 Archer Ave. 

FIFTH WARD. 

.lOIIN S OEIIMAN 2247 Weiitworth Ave. 

TIMOTHY C. IIICKEY 2138 Archer Ave. 

SIXTH WARD. 

EDWAKD F. BURKE 838 Thirtv- fifth St. 

WM. J. O'BRIEN : 2763 Archer Ave. 

SKA^ENTH WARD. 

WM. A. LOVE 108 Newberry Ave. 

WM. J. MURPHY 841 S. IlaLsted St. 

EIGHTH AVARD. 

FRANK J. DVORAK 439 W. Eighteenth St. 

GEORGE P. BUNKER 143 S. Clinton St. 

NINTH WARD. 

EDWARD F. CULLERTON R. 16, 195 La Salle St. 

JOSEPH E. BIDWILL 736 W. Twelfth St. 

TENTH WARD. 

SIMON WALNER Robey and Blue Island Ave. 

THOMxlS McENERNY R. 35, 79 Dearborn St. 

ELEVENTH AVARD. 

WALTER M. POND . ..149 Ashland Blvd. 

WM. D. KENT 260 S. Jefferson St. 

TWELFTH AVARD. 

JAMES L. CAMPBELL Tacoma Block. 

D. W. MILLS Third floor, Willoughby, Hill & Co. 

THIRTEENTH WARD. 

JAMES A. LANDON R. 26, 84 La Salle St. 

JOHN W. LYKE 778 Fulton St. 

FOURTEENTH WARD. 

HERMAN WEINHARDT 402 N. Wood St. 

PHILIP JACKSON 174 La Salle St. 

FIFTEENTH WARD. 

MICHAEL F. BOWLER 796 Holt Ave 

MICHAEL RYAN 421 Milwaukee Ave 

SIXTEENTH WARD. 

AUGUST J. KOWALSKI .617 Noble St 

JOHN C. HORN 281 W. Superior St 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 

PHILIP Y^OUNG 162 N. Halsted St 

JEREMIAH N. MULVIHILL 118 Austin Ave 



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EIGHTEENTH WARD. ^ i u 04^ 

ISAAC HORNER • 78 W. ^'^V ^olph 

MADISON R. HARRIS • .• • • 12 Waldo Place. 

NINETEENTH WARD. ^ao ^ n i ^i- 

JOHN POWERS --fl %)^:^lfl^ Sf- 

JAMES McCANN • S. Moigaii St. 

TWENTIETH WARD. - » ' 

OTTO HAGE ^^'^8^ P^ndoh^^^ 

DANIEL LONG • Randolpli St. 

TWENTY-FIRST WARD. 

JOSEPH H. EEiNST 271 East North Ave 

JOHN McGILLEN ...M, N. Halsted St. 

TWENTY-SECOND WA«D. 

THOMAS. D. BURKE T, .w^hLnrn ' A vp' 

EDWARD MUELHOEEER 112 Clybouin Ave. 

TWENTY-THIRD WARD. . ^.-^ ^ ^ c.. 

DANIEL R. O'BRIEN. • o'i^^ n^^^'lw q^' 

JOHN J. MCCORMICK • 2 South Maiket St. 

TWENTY FOURTH WARD. 

JACOB H. TIEDEMANN 1^-15, ^9 ^. Clark St. 

JAMES S. DUNHAM 210 South Water St. 

4^ TWENTY-FIFTH WARD. t ^ c*^ 

F. M. CHAPMAN /''^T'' a 1^* 

M. KECK ' Lincoln Ave. 

TWENTY-SIXTH WARD. 

P. F. HAYNES 

BERNARD E. WEBER 84 La Salle St. 

TWENTY-SEVENTH WARD. 

MATHEW J. COISWAY Hermosa P. O. 

DAVID B. EONDA Box 17, .Jefferson P. O. 

TWENTY-* IGHTH WARD. 

MICHAEL LUCAS 4144 W. Kinzie St. 

THOMAS KELLY 162 Washington St. 

TWENTY-NINTH WARD. 

PATRICK NOON AN 716 Gordon St. 

THOMAS GAHAN Forty-second and Halsted S<. 

THIRTIETH WARD. 

Jv)HN F. KENNY .5132 Emerald Ave. 

JOSEPH PAULY .Fifty-first St. and Western Ave. 

THIRTY-FIRST WARD, 

EDWIN J. NOBLE 6621 Harvard St. 

GEORGE F. Mcknight Auburn P. O. 

THIRTY-SECOND WARD* 

WILLIAM R. KERR R. 10, 175 La Salle St. 

WILLIAM C. KINNEY R. 4, lOS Dearborn St. 

THIRTY-THIRD WARD. 

CHAS. E. JOCKISCH 9247 Commercial Ave. 

PATRICK J. GORMAN South Chicago 

THIRTY-FOURTH WARD. 

JAMES CHASEY Pullman P. O. 

JOHN O'NEILL R. 710, Home Ins. Bldg. 



•X- Note— On June 39, 1889, elections were held in the City of Chicago, the City ot Lake View, 
the Village of Jefifei'son, a portion of Cicero, the Town of Lake, and the Village of Hyde Park, 
which resulted in the annexation of the above city, towns and villages to the City of Chicago. 

Note— On July 22. 1889. the City Council divided the annexed territory into wards, viz. : From 
the Twenty-fifth to Thirty-fourth wards, both inclusive. 

Note- On July 29th, 3889. the City Council directed an election to be held September 10, 1889„ 
for the election of two Aldermen for each of the newly made wards, said Aldermen to hold office 
until the city election, to be held in April. 1890. Said election was held and the following Alder- 
men were elected : Twenty-fifth. Frank Chapman and Michael Keck; Tv/enty-sixth, Bernard F. 
Weber and Patrick F. Haynes; Twenty-seventh, David B. Fonda and Matthew J. Conway; Twen- 
ty-eighth, Thomas Kelly and Michael Lucas; Twenty-ninth, Thomas Cahan and Patrick Noonan 
Thirtieth, Joseph Pauly and John F. Kenny; Thirty-first, George F. McKnight and 
Edward J. Noble; Thirty-second, William R. Kerr and William C. Kinney: Thirty-thii'd, Patrick 
J. Gorman and Charles E. Jockisch ; Thirty-fourth John O'Neill and James Chasey, and they were 
inaugurated September 16th, 1889, and assia-ned to the various Standing Committees of the City 
Council. 



STANDING COMMITTEES 

OF Til K 

GITTY OOUNCILa 

FOR THE 

MUNICIPAL YEAR 1889-90. 

A.S ADOPTED APJllL 15, IH^J. 



Finance. 

Dixon (1st), Caupbell, Tiedeinanii, LHiidon,Cullerton, Ernst, Horner. 

Judiciary. 

Harris, Suramerlield, Madden, Horn, McEnerny, Ryan, O'Brien (23d). 

School§. 

Pond, Mills, Dixon (3d), Powers, McGillen, Oehmen, Muelhoefer, 

Railroads. 

^ Gorton. Dixon (1st), Tiedemann, Lyke, Bidwill, Horn, Horner. 

Fire and Waler. 

Lyke, Hepburn. Dunham, Kent, Ernst, Whelan, Mulvihill. 

Oas, Oil and Electric L.iglil§. 

Horn, Pond, Bidwill, Vierling, Burke (6th). McCormick, Young. 

Ileaitli and County Relations. 

Hage, Dunham, Summerfield, Bowler, Whelan, Cullerton, Long. 

Public Buildings. 

Kowalski, Hage, Dixon (3d), Weinhardt, Hickey, Dvorak, Kyan, 

Flections. 

Love, Gorton, Burke (22d), McEnerny, Oehmen, Burke (6th), Murphy. 

Streets and Alleys— §outli. 

Hepburn, Dixon (1st), Vierling, Dixon (3d), Oehmen, Burke (6th). 
Streets and Alleys— West. 

Campbell, Landon, Love. Bunker, Bidwill, Wallner, Kent, Jackson, Bowler, 

Kowa'ski, Harris, Mulvihill, Powers. 

Streets and Alleys — \orlli. 

Tiedemann, Ernst, Hage, Burke (22d), O'Brien (23d). 



Police. 

Bidwil], Kowalski, Weinhaidt, Madden, Dvorak, Murphy, O'Brien (23d). 
Wliarve» and Public Orouncl$$. 

Landon, Campbell, Hepburn, Muelhoefer, McCann, Dvorak, Jackson, Kerr. 

Harbors and Bridg^es. 

Wallner, Lyke, Dunham, Madden, Hickey, Young, Ryan. 

Markets. 

Burke (22d), Wallner, Kent. O'Brien (6tli), Young, Powers, Hickey. 

Wliarfing Privileges. 
Cullerton, Gorton, Muelhoefer, Harris. Bunker, McGillen, McEnerny. 

Bridewell. 

Suramerfield, Mills, Love, Mulvihill, Whelan, O'Brien (6th), Murphy. 

JLIcense. 

Weinhardt, Vierling, Hage, Pond, Mills, Murphy, McCormick. 

Local Assej^sments. 
Bowler, McGillen, McCann, McCormick, Long, O'Brien (6th), Bunker. 

Printing. 

Horner, Muelhoefer, McCann, Whelan, McCormick, Jackson, Long. 



STANDING COMMITTEES AS ADOPTED SEPTEMBER 16, 1889. 

Finance. 

Dixon (1st ward), Campbell, Tiedemann, Landon, Cullerton, Ernst, Horner, 

O'Keill, Kelly. 

Judiciary, 

Harris, Summerfield, Madden, Horn, McEnerny, Ryan, O'Brien ,23d ward) 

Haynes, Kinney. 

ISchools. 

Pond, Mills, Dixon (3d ward), Powers, McGillen, Oehmen, Muelhoefer, Kenny, 

Keck, Chasey. 

Railroads. 

Gorton, Dixon (1st ward), Tiedemann, Lyke, Bidwill, Horn, Horner, O'Neill, 

Lucas. 

Fire and Water. 

Lyke, Hepburn, Dunham Kent, Ernst, Whelan, Mulvihill, Weber, Kinney, 

Pauly. 

Oas, Oil and f]lectric f^iglils. 

Horn, Pond, Bidwill, Vierling, Burke (3th ward), McCormick, Young. 

Chasey, Haynes, Keck. 

Ileal 111 and County Relations. 

Hage, Dunham, Summerfield, Bowler, Whelan, Cullerton, Long, Fonda, 

Jockisch. McKnight. 



I*iil>ll«- ISiiihliiii;^. 

Kowiilski, Ilatfr, Dixon (ad ward). Weiiiliardt, llickt-y, Dvorak, Kyaii. Nooiian, 

Coiiway. Kerr 

IIIet'lioiiH. 

Lovr, (;orl<»ii. r.iirkf (JJ*! ward). McKncrny, Oehmen. IJiirke (<;tli ward). 

Murphy. K«*IIy, N<»ble, Conway. 

^Irt i'Ix and \lli')N Hoiilli lliv. 

Ilfpbuni. N'it'rliii^'. Di\«m (Ist waid), Dixon ['..d ward). Oehmen, Miirke (6th 
wai(l), Chasey. (Jahau, Noble, I'auly, Kerr, ( ionnaii. 

*»lrect* himI AIU-js Wc'«»l l>lv. 

('am|iljt'Il. Landoii. Lov*'. riiinkcr. liidwill, Walliier. Kent, Jackson, Howler, 
Kowalski, Harris, .sinlvihill. I'owers, Fonda. J.uca.s. 

Nirecl* and Alleys— \orlli Div. 

Tiedenuinn, Krn>t. Ilage, liiirke (i.'2d ward), O Brien (23d ward), Cliapnian, 

Ilaynes. 

I'olicc. 

liidwill, Kowalski. Weinhardt. Madden, Dvorak, Murphy, OBrien (23d ward), 

Kinney, Gahan. O'Xeill. 

\\ liarvc<>» and Public Orounds. 

Landon, Cam]>bell, Hepburn. Muelhoefer. McCann, Dvorak, Jackson, Kerr, 

Kelly, Gorman. 

Harbors and Bridg:e$. 

Wallner, Lyke. Dunham, Madden, Ilickey, Young, Ryan. Weber, Jockisch, 

Chapman- 

]?Iarkets. 

Burke (22d ward), Wallner. Kent, O'Brien (6th ward), Young, Powers, Ilickey, 

Kenny. Keck, Fonda. 

Wliarfing Privileges. 

Cullerton, Gorton. Muelhoefer. Harris, Bunker. McGillen, McEuerny, Chapman. 

Xoonan, Mc Knight- 

Bridewell. 

iSummerfield, Mills. Love, Muhlhill. Whelan. O'Brien {6th ward). Murphy. 

Pauly, Conway, Xoonan. 

License. 

AVeinhardt. Vierliug, Hage. Pond, Mills, Murphy, McCormick. Xoble, Weber. 

Local Assessments. 

Bowler, McGillen. McCann, McCormick. Long. O Brien (6th ward). Bunker, 

Gorman, Gahan, McKnight. 

Printing. 

Horner, Muelhoefer, McCann, Whelan. McCormick, Jackson. Long. Jockisch 

Lucas, Kenny. 



EXPLANATORY. 



In the Index freqnent abbreviations will be found, for the better understand- 
ing of which, the following explanation is given: 

Con. in Concurred in. 

Def ...Deferred. 

Fin Committee on Finance. 

F. & W " Fire and Water, 

G. , O. & E. L , " " Gas, Oil and Electric Light. 

H. &B " " Harbor and Bridges. 

H. & C. R " " Health and County Relations. 

Jud " Judiciary. 

Local Assts " Local Assessments. 

Pub Published. 

P. B Committee on Pub. Buildings. 

P. W Department of Public AVorks. 

R. R Committee on Railroads. 

Ref Referred. 

Recom Recommitted. 

Recon Reconsidered. • 

S. & A., S. D Committee on Streets and Alleys, South Division. 

S. «& A., N. D.... " " " " North 

S. &A., W. D. " " " " " West 

Tabled Temp Tabled Temporarily. 

W. & P. G Committee on Wharves and Public Grounds. 

Wharf. Priv Wharfing Privileges. 



Guide to Index 



AIM'OINTMKNTS IX 

HOAICl) » H' KDI CATION X 

CITY CLKUK X 

(MTV (^OLLKCTOH XII 

V\T\ COM I'ritoiJ.KK XI 

CITV 'ri{KASri{K[{ XI 

COMMi rrKK ON FINANCE XII 

COM.MITTKE ON KIKE AND WATEK XIV 

COMMI'ITEE ON CJAS, OIL AND KLECrUIC LIC.HTS XV 

COMMITTEE ON HAUBOll AND HKIIXJES XV 

COMMirrEE ON HEALTH AND COl'NTV RELATIONS XV 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIAUV XVI 

COMMITTEE ON LICENSE XVI 

COMMITTEE ON LOCAL ASSESSMENTS XVI 

COMMITTEE ON POLICE XVI 

COMMITTEE ON PRINTING XVII 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS XVII 

COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS XVII 

COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS XVII 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, NORTH DIVISION XVIII 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION XVIII 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST DIVISION XXI 

COMMITTEE ON WHAKVES AND PUBLIC GKOUXDS XXIII 

COUNCIL XXIV 

COMMITTEES. SELECT XXIII 

COUNCIL MEETINGS XXIV 

DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS XXV 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW XXV 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS XXVI 

DIRECTORS PUBLIC LIBRARY XXVI 

ELECTIONS XXVI 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF LAMP POSTS XX VH 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF PRIVATE DRAINS XXXI 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENT XXXIV 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF SEWERS XLIX 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF SIDEWALKS. XLFV 

ESTIMATES OF COST OF WATER SERVICE PIPES LI 

INSPECTOR OF GAS LIV 

INVITATIONS LV 

MAYOR LV 

OFFICIAL BONDS LVII 

ORDERS LVIli 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL , CXIII 

LAMP POSTSf CXXII 

OPENINGS, WIDENINGS AND EXTENSIONS CXXVI 

PRIVATE DRAINS CXXVlH 

SEWERS CXXXIA 

SIDEWALKS CXXXIN' 

STREET IMPROVEMENT. . . . CXLIV 

VACATIONS CLV 

WATER SERVICE PIPES CLVI 

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS CLTX 

REMONSTRANCES CLXXIV 

RESOLUTIONS CLXXVI 



INDEIX. ^ 



ArPOINTMENTS. 



Adams, Louis, Sealer of Weights, and Measures Con. in 30 

Banyon, Horace, Police Clerk, Desplaines Street Court Con. in 30 

Bradwell, Thos. B., Police Justice Con. in 693 

Clinton, Peter, Poundkeeper, West Division Con. in 30 

Corkery, Timothy, Poundkeeper, South Division Con. in 30 

Grain, Chas. S., Inspector of Oils Con. in 30 

Doolittle, Jas. R., Member Board of Education. , . , . , . . , , Con. in 241 

Doyle, James, Police Justice West Twelfth Street Court Con, in 30 

Dreyer, Edward S., Member Public Library Board Con. in 581 

Dunphy, John M., Commissioner of Buildings Con. in 193 

Eberhardt, Max, Police Justice Desplaines Street Court Con. in 30 

Pord, W. H,. Inspector House of Correction Con. in 581 

Hannon, John, Police Bailiff East Chicago Avenue Court Con. in 30 

Halik, Stanilus J., Police Clerk West Twelfth Street Court •. Con. in 30 

Hendrickson, J. S., Police, Chief Clerk Harrison Street Court Con, in 30 

Herely, Millard B., Member Board of Education Con, in 241 

Hoffman, Francis A., Jr., City Collector Con. in 48 

Hutchinson, Jonas, Corporation Counsel Con. in 10 

Kersten, George, Police Justice East Chicago Avenue Court Con. in 30 

La Buy, Michael A., Police Justice West Chicago Avenue Court Con. in 30 

Leindecker. C. J., Police Bailiff Harrison Street Court Con. in 30 

May, John A., Prosecuting Attorney Con. in 30 

Murphy, Morgan, Police Bailiff West Twelfth Street Court Con. in 30 

Newberry, Walter C, Inspector House of Correction Con. in 581 

O'Brien, Wm., Police Bailiff Desplaines Street Court Con. in 30 

O'Donnell, Jas., Police Bailiff West Chicago Avenue Court Con. in 30 

Onahan, Wm. J.. City Comptroller Con. in 10 

Peck, Ferd. W., Member Board of Education Con. in 241 

Piper, Richard J., City Physician Con. in 30 

Prentiss, John H., Member Board of Education Con. in 241 

Prindevilie, Jno. K., Police Justice Harrison Street Court . , Con. in 30 

Purdy, William H., Commissioner of Public Works Con. in 10 

Reed, Christopher J., Police Clerk Con. in 693 

Roelle, Edward J., Police Clerk East Chicago Avenue Court Con. in 30 

Schofleld, Joseph, Inspector of Gas Con. in 30 

Sheridan, Ignatius, Police Bailiff Con. in 693 

Shortall, John G., Member Public Library Board Con. in 581 

Smith, Robert J., Member Public Library Board ., Con. in 1414 

Sweenie, Dennis J., Fire Marshal Con. in 30 

Thompson, Alonzo A., Assistant Clerk Harrison Street Police Court Con. in 30 

Thompson, William H., Member Board of Education Con. in 509 



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INDEX 



Tiornuy, I'litrick .1., I iinpiMitor of IlolN'rn Con. in :V) 

Wiihl, I.oiils, IiiHpfctor Hoiis<Mir Corn-ctlon Con. In -581 

Wiilliu r, Miirllii |{. .M., I'ollc*' J uh( ice IIiii i Ikoii Street Court (Jon. in 'M 

Will/., (iro. '1'., Mark«'l .Muster ltiui(|nl|ih Street Mnrket ("otJ. in I'il 

WeiitiT Knmk, Menitter IJoiini <>!' Iviiiciit ion (Jon. in .Ml 

Wliitc. ("liiiH. .1., Tollco .Iusii(M< I)(f»piiiines Street Court Con. in :«) 

Wiekeisluun, 1 )r. Swiiy lie, ( 'oiiitnlssioiier ol Healtli Con. Iti 312 

Wol8t)n, AlfreilC. I'olice Clerk WuHt Chicaifo Avenue Court Con. in 'M 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Clark School, request to repair Granted 1.57 

Longfellow Schoollot, request for additional buildin^r on.. [ Granted 277. Keconsidered :j03 

Open AUev, block 14, Tower & Davis Addition, extend time to file plat Schools 365 

Railroad, side track cross Stewart ave., bet. Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh sts 

Protest against Railroad ITS' 

School Buildings, request for additional on Foster school lot Schools 

School Buildings, for concurrence in erection of Schools 1(302 

School Property, concerning adjustment of in annexed territory Pub. 510 

Schobl Site, Campbell ave., bet. Fillmore and Taylor sts,, to purchase Schools 365 

School Site, Crilly PI., bet. Eugenie and Florimond sts., to purchase Schools 365 

School Site, cor. Adams st. and Spaulding ave., to purchase Refused 216, Schools 93 

School Site, cor. Fulton st. and California ave., concerning correction of discription of lot. . 

Con. in 162 

School Site, cor. Jay st. and Belden ave., to purchase Schools 17 

School Site, cor. Yorktown and Thirty-fourth sts.. to purchase Schools 1085 

School Site, (High School), cor. Potomac ave. and Davis st Schools 17 

School Site, Western ave., north of Crenshaw ave.. to purchase. . .Schools 93, Def. and Pub. 217 

School Site, Spaulding ave., south of Twenty-third st., to purchase . j- and'p'utf 216 

School Site, cor. Wood and Seventeenth sts., request to purchase Schools 1248 

School Site, Maplewood ave., request to purchase Schools 1417 

Title, to land near Grand Crossing Fin. 558 

Title, to land near Grand Crossing, concerning compromise Fin. 10^6 



CITY CLERK. 



Annexation, list of new aldermen File 415 

Appropriation, for additional, for stationery, etc., for office City Clerk Fin. 697 

Bond, West Chicago Park Comrs., acceptance of control of Campbell Park File 1101 

Firemens' Pension Fund, report of condition of File 12 

Improvement, List of streets to be Improved in 1890, report on S. and A. X. D. 774 

Postmaster, concerning nomenclature and re-numbering of streets Nomenclature 296 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by C„ R. L & P. Ry. Co File 1001 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by C, M. & N. Ry, Co File 419 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by C, St. L. & P. R. R. Co Fije 419 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by Gail, Burmiller and Unzieker File 143 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by Ford, Johnson & Co File 195 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by L. S. & M. S. R. R. Co File 419 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by John B. Lyon, (Surface il. R.) Jud. 397 



INDEX 



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Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by South Chicag-o Pullman and Morg-an Park Ry File 419 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinanbe by West Chicago Street R. R. Co Pub. and File 1418 

Railroads, acceptance of ordinance by W. Chicago St. R. R. Co File 162 

Railroads' acceptance of ordinance by W. Chicago St. R. R. Co File 175 

Railroads, Construction of ordinance by W. Chicago St. R. R. Co Pub. & Law Dept 1000 

Railroads, Chicago Pass. R. R. Co., release of rights to bridge at Adams st Pub. and File 1418 

Railroads, Vacation of part of Rockwell st. Insulficiency of vote to pass ordinance, C. St. 

L&P. R. R Con in 297 

Railroads, West Chicago St. R. R. Co. Refusal to accept ordinance for tracks on Armitage 

ave . S. and A, W. D. 1191 

Stone, M. E., concerning funeral of Judge Knickerbocker Con. in 951 

Tudor Buggy Co., bond filed under ordinance of Feb. 17, 1890 Pub. and File 1418 

World's Fair, Resolution City Council of Detroit, on Pub. and File 1272 



CITY COMrTROLLER. 



Annual Tax Levy for current fiscal year. Ordinance Passed 48 

Annexation, bonds to Countj- Treasurers of annexed districts Con in 314 

Appropriations, annexed territory, in for 1889, copy of Pub. and File 1371 

Bids, for printing for year 1890 Printing 881 

City Funds, Bonds of city depositaries. Submitting 55^ 

City Funds, Ordinance designating banks for deposit of Pub. and Jud. 58 

City Funds, Statement showing method of deposits and Interest on, of ) Pub. and Fin. 243 

various cities 5 Def. and Pub. 448 

City Funds, Opinion on authority of National Banks to give bonds Jud. 558 

Estimates, for current fiscal year Yin. 1131 

Gas, schedule of prices charged in various cities Pub. and File 130 

Gas, order to contract for lighting, cleaning and supplying 

Pub. and File 130. Con. in 323. Def. and Pub. 194 

"Gas, arrangements completed for gas Pub. and File 607 

Pipe Yard, South Chicago Dist., to purchase lot for F. and W. 1372 

Quarantine Grounds, order to sell part of to P. D, Armour Con, in 243 

Quarantine Grounds, on validity of sale to P. D. Armour Con. in 395 

Report, Receipts and expenses for April, 1889 Pub. and File 77 

Report, receipts and expenses for June, 1889 .Pub. and File 244 

Report, receipts and expenses for July and August Pub, and File 416 

Report, receipts and expenses for Sept ' Pub. and File 535 

Report, receipts and expenses for Oct Pub. and File 659 

Report, receipts and expenses for Nov Pub. and File 799 

Report, receipts and expenses for Dec Pub. and File 1083 

Salaries, to pay in full as per appropriation bill Con. in 999 

Statement, House of Correction for year ending March 31, 1889 File 16 

Tax Sales, report of School Fund property • Pub. and File 1132 



CITY TREASURER. 



lleport, year ending Dec. 31, 1889 



Pub. and File 1084 



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CITY COLLKCTO'Il. 

Ho|)(>i t. ynir ( inlliig Doc. 31. 1H8:» Kilo 1271 



COMMITTEE (JX FIXANCP]. 



Anderson. .Joliii, on onU'i- for deficiency of pay as Asst. Harbor Master Con. in 912 

A|H'l. Val.. elaim tor dainajre tor i)ers()na] injury Con. in 911 

Approaeties. St. Lonis ave., on order to let coiitiact for building File tt31 

Appropriation, annexed territory for 18S9, copy of Con. in 1439 

Arndt, Anv'Ufta, compensation for ])ersonal injuries Con. in 1209 

liarrcll, ,Ias. and A. Munjicr, on i)etition loi- (juit claim deed Con. in 112 

Bales, H. C on petition for refund of tax Con. in 942 

Barton, A. J., on petition for loss of horse Con. in 1209 

Best, J. H., on i)etition for conii)ensfttion for injurj' to horse Con. in 942 

Board of Education, on appropriation for repairs to school building-s Con. in 70 

Board of Education, on title to land near Grand Crossing |- ^^"^ ^" r)3f and^Pub! 1102 

Bonds, fiiven by banks, on request for return of Con. in 1439 

Bonds, River imp.. Water, Loan and School, on ord. to refund Con. in 14:i8 

Bridge, Adams St., on removal of Con. la 70 

Bridge, Carpenter St. or Sangamon St., in re. appropriation for Con. in 70 

Bridge, Cherry st. or Blackhawk St., on petition for Con. in 69 

Bridire, Clark St., on placing at Webster ave Def. and Pub. 449, Con. in 47.5 

Bridge, Taylor St., on order to place watchman on Con. In 253 

Bridge, Western ave., concerning Con. in 69 

Briinner. on chiim for damage to uniform Con. in 68 

Burke, Wm., on order to refund of forfeit on Scavanger contract Con. in 253 

Callaghan, Mrs. Jno., petition tor rebate saloon license Con. in 1210 

Campbell, L. J. M., on petition tor compensation for damage to property Con. in 70 

Carney, Mrs. W. B., compensation for loss of husband Con. in 912 

Chase, Mary W., on proposition to settle claim of Con. in 632- 

Child, Arable, et al., claim tor damage to property. Con. in 69 

Chicago Kiver, on proposition to purify south branch of Con. in 632 

Chicago River, on petition to deepen at Washington st Con. in 71 

City Clerk, on appropriation for additional stationery Con. in 910 

City Clerk, on order for additional clerks Con. in 911 

City Council, on ordinance concerning adjournment of Def. and Pub. 2-52, Def. temp. 307 

City Empl0}"ees, on resolution concerning pay of Con. in 631 

Citj' Funds, on Mayor's message concerning deposits ot Con. in 237. Def. and Pub. 212 

Citj- Funis, on ordinance designating banks for deposit of Con. in 1209. Pub. and Jud. .58 

Citj' Funds, on ordinance and matters relating to deposit of Def. and Pub. 446 

City Funds, on opinion Lavr Dept. relating to deposit of Con. in 475 

City Funds, on resolution to proceed to collect interest on from ex-City Treasurer 

,.. ..Def. and Pub. 1078 

City Funds, concerning money in City Treasury Pub. and File 1205 

Cigarettes, whiskej- drops, etc., prohibit sale to minors Def. and Pub. 1205 

Coroner, communication concerning protection at R. R. crossings Con. in 1103 

Crescent Brewing Co., on petition tor rebate saloon license Con. in 1209 

CuUertou, E. F., resignation as a member of Fin. Com Def. 1094 

Davidson, W., on petition for back salary Con. in 6.32 

Ddutel, Fred., on claim for damage by water main Con. in 70 

Daly, Jas. and Cath., claim for personal injuries Con. in 1439 

Deal, W. G., on claim for compensation for injury Con. in 912 

Delee, M., on petition for refund of tax Con. in 70 

Donney, M. J., on petition for compensation for loss of horse Con. in 1440 

Drainage, project, on resolution to employ engineers on "Con. in 333 



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Dredg-inpr, Chicago river, bet. Fuller and Thirty-fifth sts Con. in 68 

Dredg-ing, Spry, Jno., Lumber Co., on claim for slip "A" Con. in 943 

Dwyer, J. J., on claim for personal injury Con. in 1446 

Employes (city), on ordinance to pay not less than $1.50 per day Con. in 1103 

Electric lights, on order for in West Division Con. in 69 

Elliott, T. P., on petition for compensation for loss of horse Fin. 346 

Estimates, for current fiscal year Def. and Pub. 1376 

Pagan, W. A., on claim for rebate paid for damage to bridge Con. in 253 

Farley, Jane A., on petition for payment of judgment Con. in 632 

Fitzmaurice, J. W., petition for compensation for injury to horse Con. in 1310 

Garbage, report Special Com. on Con. in 1103 

Gauler, Hy, on petition for rebate water tax Con. in 1104 

Grade, on petition for damage by lowering on Twelfth st., bet. California ave. and Wash- 
tenaw ave Con. in 253 

Hammond, O., on claim for injury to horse Con. in 913 

Harms, A., on claim for damage by change of sidewalk space Con. in 1439 

Hoffman, Augusta, on claim for personal injury Con. in 253 

Horwitz, H., on claim for personal injury Con. in 1439 

Hunt, Val. G., on petition for lease of W. Blk. 34, C. T. Sub Con. in 68 

Illinois Womans' Alliance, additional schools, etc Def. and Pub. 1206. Con. in 1313 

Improvement. Oakwood ave, Drexel bid. to old city limits, on order for Con. in 530 

International Bank, on claim for dredging : Con. in 1439, Con, in 113 

Jackson & Son, Thos., on refund deposit on contract Con. in 1103 

Jernberg, Aug., on petition for improvement sundry streets Con. in 732 

Jordan, Jos., on petition for loss of horse Con. in 1209 

Kinney, J. M., on claim for injury Con. in 113 

Knights of Labor Pub. Co., on claim of Def. and Pub. 449, Con. in 474 

Kruger, Aug., on petition for refund of fine Con. in 943 

Kross, Carl, claim for injury to horse Con, in 1439 

Lake Front property, on ordinance to sell Con, in 346 

Lake Front property, on resolution to sell and establish outer harbor Con, in 346 

Lamb, L., on claim for personal injury Cop. in 911 

Landa, Josephene, on claim for damage by water main Con. in 70 

Laux, C, compensation for injury to horse Con. in 1103 

McEnroe, Thos., compensation for personal injuries Con. in 1103 

Municipal Code, on order to furnish Justices of the Peace with Con. in 531 

Nolan, C, on claims for personal injuries Con. in 911 

O'Brien, J no., on claim for loss of horse Con. in 68 

Osterhaut, Lena, on claim for injury Con. in 345 

Osborne, Sam'l, on claim for injury Con. in 1103 

Personal Rights League, on protest of , against pension to M. J, Schaack Con, in 631 

Porter Anna, on claim for injuries Con, in 911 

Protoux, Edward, on petition for refund of fine . . Con. in 71 

Pumping Works at Bridgeport, State Board of Health concerning Con. in 1437 

Raditz, J., claim for loss of mule Con. in 1439 

Rebates, on petition for payment of, for imp. Clybourn ave Con. in 733 

Ruckhold, C, on claim for loss in purchase of horse Con. in 1440 

Sawyer L., on claim for damage by Dearborn st. viaduct Con. in 70 

Schoenbrod, Anna, on claim for injuries Con. in 254 

Schuneman, A., on claim for injuries Con. in 69 

Sewers, on resolution concerning construction of Def. and Pub. 1077, Con. in 1350 

Sewer, California ave., on order for Con. in 530 

Sewer, Douglas ave., on order for Con. in 53i 

Sewer, Gross ave, on petition for Con, in 71 

Sewers, in Twentv-fifth and Twenty-sixth wards, on order for Con, in 531 

Sewers, sundry streets Con, in 69 

Sewers, sundry streets, to be paid for in part or whole by special assessments Con, in 633 

Sewer, Washtenaw ave., Ogden ave, to Twenty-second st,, on order for Con, in 71 

Sidewalk, in front Larrabee Street Police Station Con. in ]103 

Single Tax Club, communication concerning high pressure and Gas works. Con, in 1103 

Smith, Jerry, on claim for injuries Con. in 253 

Spry, Jno., Lumber Co., on claim for dredging slip "A" Con. in 943 

Standard Gas & Lamp Co., on claim of Con. in 770 

Telephone Tax, on order to use for electric lights in W. Div , Con. in £9 



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ThompMon tV Wi-tmon.. on claitn f,,r bn.ltf' s m Col. WoIUth funerul C<in. In 2J!8 

TowiM'. \.. K.. (Ill |M.||tioii lor iHTsoiml iiijiiri»«i4 Con. in 

Thnni|.s..ii \ |»rat». I»rH . (.n iM'tltloii for n«»mif. wiiK r tux < oii.inH40 

Tntt. ii, .1. W.. «)n rliilni lor daintiu-f to Iioimc and hntrxy Con. in 1440 

Traih' anil r.ahor .X.Mscinl.Iy, on p.-iltlon in r< tM«r.| to pay of city »'miiloy<'CH Con. in 

Tniiin, Tlion.. , ,11 onh-r f(»r refund of flni- . . Con. in -jra 

Tr.'tfo. Chas., on potltion for •init < lalni d.-i-d C<»n. in J»0 

Trinity CJiiirt'h. on |>< tition for ndutid of tax. 1H77 Con. in 14:iH 

Tiiliy. Thos.. claim for daniauc to property by iowerinK trrada Con. in V2m 

Tunnels. (New l.akc). on report as to pr<»>freH8 f)f Con. In 13*T 

Vinduots. clftiins (sundryt for dainajfcs caused by Con. in 

Viadiiet. I,in,-oln st., on order to let contnict for Con. in iHil 

Walker. (J. II.. on |)etition for refund foratiction license Con. in 2.>{ 

Watchinnn, Taylor st. bri<lire. nn order to enjploy Con. in '^r,:i 

>Va<<hinjrtoniiin Iloine, on communication conccniinjr manauement of .1 

^ Def. and Put,. 110 

Water Muins. .Armitairo ave. to Crairin. on order for Con. in .>Jf» 

Water Mains. Cottmre Crove ave.. on order for Con. in 'hV) 

Water Mains. Forty flr.'^t St.. on order for Con. in ',.30 

Water Mains. North ave. to Craarin, on order for Con. in 53 i 

Water TMpes. ave. "K." on resolution to re>;eind order for Con. in .>31 

Water Supply, on resolution to protect purity of Def. and Pub. ftl2. Con. in lOfil 

Water Tax. on order to rebate to 2921 Lvman st Con. in 252 

Water Tax. on order to rebate to ^2.54 Emerald ave Con. in 910 

Water Tax. on onler to rebate to .mo Laurel st Con. in 910 

Water Tax, on order to rebate to 806 W. Superior st Con. in 1104. Con. in 911 

Water Tax. on order to rebate to 323.5 Portland ave Con. in 1103 

Water Tax. on order to rebate to 5339 Cornell ave Con. in 144^0 

Water Tax, on order to rebate to Provident Laundry Con. in 911 

Wharf in«r Lot 27. O. T., on order for Quit claim deed to M. C. Stearns 1 ^"1^' it 

N Con. in 67 

Witnwsky. .7. .1.. on order for rebnte for leak of water pipe Def. and Pub. 449, Con. in 475 

Ziech. A., on petition for rebate saloon license Con. in 1209 



COMMITTEE FIRE AND WATER. 

Barber A^ohalt Co.. on permit for shelter sheds Con. in 114 

Collins. Thos., or» permit to erect barn Con. in 2*^3 

Corrucrated iron bid?., on Clark St., bet. Tvrenty-first st. and Archer ave., permit for.. Con. in 10.52 

District Heating' ppd Lig^ht. on Ord. of Con. in 1"8 

Enffinp House, on Consrress St., b^t. Robev st. and Hoyne ave.. pet. and order to stay. Con. in 10.51 

Hiffh Water Service, on communication from ^fayor concerning- Con. in 113 

Hiffh Water Service, on communication from Sinsrle Tax Club Con. in 10.51 

Hoffman A., on perm't to pile lumber Con. in 113 

House of Detention for women and children, on pet. and ord Def. and Pub. 2^3 

Jhy. Morton & Co.. on permit to erect salt warehouse Con. in 113 

Afas-netic Police and Fire Alarm Co.. on Ord. to Def. and Pub. 1341. Def. 1509 

]Sra?uire, M . on permit to build stable Con. in 10.51 

Mattoon Mfs". Co.. on permit to erect eorrusrated iron bldff Con. in 1052 

National Transit Co . on permit *o lav nines for carrvinsr oil Con. in 1050 

Oil. Storage of, crude petroleum, naptha. etc., on ord. of 

Def. and Pub. 137,T)ef. 159, Re-coni. 187. Def. 13^5 

Oil. storag-e of. on Ord. to amend Code. Sec. «S3 Con. in 262, ir51 

Oil, storage of, to prohibit, bet. Lake, Kinzie, Rockwell sts. and Oakley ave Con. in 1050 

Oil. storage of. to prohibit. L. S & M. S. R. R. building warehouse Con. in 136. 159 

Pfister. Tno.. on permit for coal oflBce Con. in 10.50 

Pipe Yard, on order to purchase grounds for Def. and Pub. 1442, Con. in 1?09 



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Telegraph wires on Fifth Ave., cause to be laid under^ound Con. in 1051 

WaterOffiee. toestahlish in W. Dir. and purchase lot for.. Del andPub.113. Def. 159, Con. in 261 

Water Rates on ord. to revise Pub. 1259, Con. in 1307 

Water Rates, Emeliae Baths, on order to cancel Con. in 1052 



COMMITTEE OX GAS. OIL AXD ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 



Electric lights, sundry streets, on order to light by. Def. and Pub. 138 File 159 

Electric lights, resolution to extend in Fifth and Sixth wards Con. in 633 

Electric lights, on order to extend in sundry streets in Twenty-ninth ward Con. in 1260 

Electric lights, on order to extend in sundry streets in Thirty-first ward Con. in 633 

Electric lights, on petition and order for, cor. School and Duncan sts Con. in 1260 

Electric lights, on pet tion and order for, cor. School and Forty-second sts Con. in 1260 

Electric lights, on order to notifj- C. & W. I. R. R. to place at Thirty-ninth st. crossing. Con. in 1260 
Gas companies, on order, etc.. to contract with, for ISS^i, Def. and Pub. 19i. Con. in 282. Con. in 43 

Gas Inspectors, on order to create board of Re-com. 262 

Gas works, on resolution to establish by city Def. and Pub, 63*. Con. in 871 

Lamps, on order, etc., for lighting with other material than gas Re-Com. 43 

Lamps, on proposals for lighting with other material than gas 

Def. and Pub. 13^^^. File 159, Con. in 1052 

Lamps, on order for lighting, cleaning, etc File 237, Con. in 262 

Lamps, on order to advertise for proposals Con. in 1052 

Mutual Fuel Gas Co., on ordinance to extend mains, Def. and Pub. 57S, Law Dept. 689, Con. in 1052 

National Transit Co., on ord. for right of way for oil pipe line Con. in 262 

Reform Gas Light and Fuel Co., on permit for gas works Law Dept. dSS 

Standard Gas Light and Fuel Co., on ord. granting rights to Con. in 262 

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COMMITTEE OX HAEBOES AX'D BRLDGES. 



Bridge. Adams St., concerning removal of Con. in 70 

Bridge, Western ave., on communication from Mayor concerning Re-Com. 69 

Bridge, Western ave., concerning Def. and Pub. 271, Con. in 307 

Harbor ordinances, on ord. to revise Def. and Pub. 647, Re-Com. 1190 

McQuaid. Ed., on permit to erect bridge protection gates Con. in 76 

Widen. Chicago river, at Van Buren St., on ord. to Def. and Pub. 271, Con. In 308 



co:m:siittee ox' health axd couxt^y eelatiox's. 



Cabbage, on i)et. and ord. prohibiting remaining in field uncovered Def. and Pub. 1061 

Dogs, on ord. concerning license, etc Def. and Pub. 115. Con. in 214 

Lower Level Sewerage, on plan of Gordon H. Xott , Def. and Pub. a51, Def. 1C<6:3 

Morgue 'City), on order for site and building Con. in 350 

Sanitary Police (female , on ord. to appoint Def. and Pub. 309, Con. in do5 

Woodville, Jos. B., on permit to dump night soil Con. in 331 



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INDEX 



COMMITTKK ON Jl'DICI AIIY, 



Annexed Territory, to he jfovernod by oxiHtltnf InwH, <tril. (roticcrnlnjf Con. In 531 

Arl)(»r (Uilture, onllntuicu to eHtiibllHh Itoard ol' 

lu t. and Pub. 104H, Lost laifj, Lost, Uecom. and Def. 1521 

Ayer, Dr. J. WInslow. on resolution concernlnjf Con. In 1303 

HoikIh. on onl. rciiulrinn: contractors for Ktr(!C't HRhtinx- to furiilHh Con. In 5152 

('aide Car ( 'oh., on order rc()iilrinK'' to place watchiiicii at <laiiK<TOUH places Coii. in .>{2 

City Kundrt, on ord. deslKiiatlnjf l)MiikK for deposit of Def. and Pub. 105, File 

City F'uiids, on report as to arraiiK<'m('iits for payment of interest Def. and Pub. 628 

Citj' Kutiils, on bonds of banks dcKijfiiated as city depositaries, concerning^ suHiciorjcy of 

Def. and I'ub. «2H, Def. and Pub. (529, Pub. «52, Con. in 691 

Department of Public Works, on ordiiumce to create File 1049 

EnKlneers and Firemen, on ord. to examine and license 

Def. and I'ub. V^-i, Re-Com. 871, Def. and Pub. 1073, Con. in i:}12. Con. in 1522 

Elsrht Hours, on ord. to make legal days work Con. in 159, Def. 110 

Inspector of Boilers, on ord. to amend ord, concerning. . .Def. and Pub. 6;j2, Def. 871, Con. in 1041 

Inspector of Oils, on ord. concerning salary and fees of Def. and Pub. 42, Def. 68 

Junk Dealers, on ord. prohibiting purchase and sale of mechanics' tools 

Def. and Pub. 722, ()ou. in 871 

Picnics, on order to prohibit within city limits Con. in 531 

Sanitary Police, on ord. to appoint female Con. in .531 

Toll Gates, Milwaukee ave., on resolution to remove Def. and Pub. 109, Con. in 1.59 

Toll Gates, on ordinance to abolish Con. in 5^52 

Trade and Labor Assembly, on communication relative to Tenement house inspection 

Con. in 42 

Twenty-fifth Ward, on ord. creating Def. and Pub., and Def. Temp. 1.59, Ke-Com. 190 

Wildwood Cemetery, on ord. to establish Con. in 6.33 



COMMITTEE OX LICENSE. 



Carrousells, etc., on ord. to regulate and license Def. and Pub. 532, Con. in 555 

Inspectors of Boilers, on ord. regulating salaries of Con. in 68 

Milk Ordinance, on Pet. Milk Exchange for repeal of License Con. in 6.52 

Peddlers, on pet. for police protection Con. in 76 

Sling Shots, on pet. to prohibit selling or carrying Def. and Pub. 651, Con. In 1063 

Telephone Cos., Kates to be charged by, concerning Con. in 76 



COMMITTEE OX LOCAL ASSESSMENTS. 
Open, Webster ave S. and A. W. D. 104 



COMMITTEE ON POLICE. 



Gambling. Report concerning 

Police Badges, on ord. to repeal ord. concerning, 



Pub. and File 1132 

Def. and Pub. 44, Con. in 67 



INDEX ' XVII 
COMMITTEE ON PRINTING. 

City Printing, on proposals for 1890 Def. and Pub. 989, Def. 1063, Con. in 1243 



COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



Building- Line on Streets, on ord. to establish— Dept. Law 191 Def. and Pub. 355, Lost 379 

House of Detention, for women and children . . .On Ord. to Establish— Def. 344, File 873 

Radesky M., on permit to erect awning Con. in 263 

Spiess & Bischof, on permit to cover bldg. with corrugated iron Con. in 533 

Stone Quarried in Illinois only, to be used in public bldgs Ord— Re-Com. 355 

Szymeak John, on permit to erect store-house, 706 Noble st Def. 646, Con. in 790 



COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS. 



Chicago Pass. R. R. Co., on order requiring to run alternate cars on Centre av File 1049 

Gates, P. W. et al., on permit for tracks on W. Water st Def. and Pub. 532, Con. in 630 

Keys & Thatcher, on permit for switch track bl, 11, Wright & Webster's Sub Re-Com. 633 

Protection Gates, On resolution for, at crossings Re-Com. 262 

1 Def. and Pub. 578 

Rates of Fare and Transfer Tickets in Street Cars, on Ord to regulate > Def. and Pub. 1233 

) Con. in 1315 

Speed of Trains, On ord. to regulate Pub. 1306, Con. in 1372 

Tudor Buggy Co., On permit for switch track Def. and Pub. 1049, Con. in 1244 



COMMITTEE ON SCHOOL^. 



Clark School, on request to repair Con. in 157 

School Buildings, Longfellow Lot, request for additional on Def. and Pub. 1242, Con. in 1309 

School Site, Campbell av., on request to purchase Con. in 633 

School Site, cor. Jay st. and Belden av., on request to purchase Con. in 157 

School Site, Longfellow School lot, on request to purchase addl. .Def. and Pub. 1033, Con. in 1102 

School Site, Oakley School lot, on request to purchase addl Con. in 157 

School Site, Potomac ave., cor. Davis St., on request to purchase Con. in 156 

School Site, sundry lots, to purchase. . Def. and Pub. 101 

School Site, Spaulding ave., cor. Adams st., to purchase Con. in 216 

School Site, Spaulding ave., near Twenty-third st., to purchase. . . .Def. and Pub. 216, Con. in 272 

School Site, Western ave., north of Grenshaw st., to purchase Def. and Pub. 217, Con. in 272 

School Site, Yorktown st., cor. Thirty-fourth st., to purchase Def . and Pub. 1242, Con. in 1309 

Vacate Alley, W. % Blk. 11, Watson, Tower & Davis Sub. Def. and Pub. 101, Con. in 156 

Vacate Alley, W. Yz Blk. 11, Watson, Tower & Davis Sub., extend time for Con. in 533 

Vacate Alley, N. & S., through Blk. 23, near Oakley school Con. in 157 



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COMMITTKK ON STKIOKTS AND ALLKYS, NOHTII DIVISION. 



Dowtllf \ McWIiirtrr, oil pfrinil lor HWltcli I nick Dd . «H, (,'011. in H4 

Dniiiis, Kokfliy si., < J niccliiiiil avc. to Addisun si., on «'Hlinml(; for (Jon. in KMU) 

hniins. Kokcliy si., (i nici-land live, to Addison St., on ord. I'or (Jon. in 

(Jail. IliMiniller & Un/fikcr, on jxruilt forHwltch track Dcf. and I'lib. 75, Con. in 111 

(!rad«', Ucldcii avc, N. I'ark avc. to Sedgwick St., on ord. tor and Kotn. au'iiinst 0)n. in <i4(5 

Iniprovcincnt, alley, Ix'l. Division, (Joct lie and ("lark sis. and La SalU; avc, on order to stay 

Con. in 75 

I iiiprovcnicnt, alley, lUk. 18, Walcott'H add., on pet. and onl(!r to Htay Con. in (146 

linprovenuMit, alley, bet, Cleveland ave., Mohawk and Centre stH, and fiarlleld uve., on rejjeai 

Con. in fJ4<i 

Improvement, alley, bet. Cleveland ave., Mohawk and Centre Hts. and Garfield ave., on re- 
monstrance Con. ilf (»4« 

Tmi)rovemeiit, Cornelia St., Halsted st. to Lake Michivran, on ord. for Con. in IWU) 

I m|)r()venient, Elaine PI., lloscoe to Cornelia sts., on estimate; for Con. in 1059 

lm])rovement, Elaine PI., Hoscoe to Cornelia sts., or ord. for (Jon. in 1060 

lmi)rov(Mnent. Florence ave., on remonstrance against Con. In 1060 

Improvement, Locust St., on remonstrance SKStinst Con. in 75 

Improvement, Pine Grove ave, Cornelia to Grace sts., on ord. for Con. in 1060 

Imi)rovement, Kokeb.y St., Graceland ave. to Addison St., on rem. ajrainst Con. in 1059 

Improvement, Rokeby St., Graceland ave. to Addison St., on estimate for Con. in 10.59 

Improvement, Robekj' st., Graceland ave. to Addison St., on ord. for Con. in 1059 

Improvement, sundry sts.. List to be done in N. D. in 1890 Con. in 869 

Open Alley, bet. Halsted st. and Diversey st., and Wrightwood and Florence aves.. rem 

- Con. in 1060 

Roadway, Clay St., SheflSeld ave. to Halsted st., on pet. for Con. in 155 

Sewer, Cornelia St., Pine Grove ave. to Halsted st., on ord. for Con, in 1060 

Sewer, Elaine PL, Roscoe to Cornelia sts., on estimate for Con. in 1059 

Sewer, Elaine Pi., Roscoe to Cornelia sts., on ord. for Con. in 10.59 

Sidewalk, Grace St., Clark st. to Lake Michigan, on Rem Con. in 10.59 

Sidewalk, Rokeby St., Graceland ave. to Addison St., on ord. for Con. in 1059 

Western Refrlg. Co., on permit to lay cold air conduit Con. lu 10.59 

Weilei', Cath. E., street line of North Brancn St., concerning Con. in 1059 



COMMITTEE ON STEEETS AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION. 



Board of West Park Commissioners, on pet. and ord. to take control of Warren av., Wash- 
ington St. and Fortieth st Presented 872 

Canopy, 126 S. Clark st., on permit for Con. in 10.5.3 

Cattle, on ord. to pronlbit driving on streets east of State st Con. in 347 

Dabb, C. W., on permit for awning, 106 E. Lake st Con. in 640 

Extend, Eighty-third st. Cross. RIght-of-Way, C, R. I. & P. R. R Pub. 860, Con. in 913 

Greyston, Saml, on permit to use space under alley lot 16, bl. 142, School Sec. Add 

Def. and Pub 263, Recom. 337 

Grade, Forty-seventh st., State st. to Grand blvd., on pet. and ord Con. in 1264 

Grade, Portland av.. Thirty-fifth to Thirty-sixth sts., on rem. against changing Con. in 265 

Hanford, P. C, Oil Co., on permit to lay oil pipe lines 

Def. and Pub. 237, Con. in 254, Def. and Pub. 390, Filed 507, Con. in 1053 

Hannah & Hogg, on permit for canopy at Madison Street Theatre Con. in 1053 

Harding, George F., on permit to erect chimney Con. in 1053 

Hartman Mfg. Co., on permit for corrugated iron bldg Con. in to F. & W. 791 

Hyde Park District, on order to employ men to clean streets, etc., in Con. in 1053 

Improvement, alley, bet. Jackson, Van Buren, State and Wabash, on Rem Con. in 265 

Improvement, alley, bet. Dearborn, Twenty-second, Twentj'-thlrd, Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-fifth sts., on order to rescind Con. in 1264 



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Improvement, alley, bet. Thirty-fourth and Thlrty-flfth sts. Wabash and Michigan aves., on 

rem Con. in 'i2 

Improvement, alley, bet. Thii-ty-fourth and Thlrty-flfth sts., Calumet and S. Park aves.. on 

pet. to stay ,Con. in 639 

Improvement, alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts.. Prairie and Vincennes aves., on 

pet. and order to stay Con. in 641 

Improvement, alley, bet. Van Biiren and Congress sts. and Fifth av. and Franklin st., on 

pet. for Con. in 266 

Improvement, alley, bet. Woodland and Graceland Parks, on repeal Con. in 114 

Improvement, Ellis ave, Douglas ave. to Egan ave., on amending- ord Con. in 640 

Improvement, Emerald ave., Twenty-sixth to Twenty-ninth sts., on pet. to rescind stay or-- 

der '. Con. in 73 

Improvement, Farrell St., on Rem Con. in 1364 

Improvement, Fourth ave., Harrison to Polk sts., on Rem Con. in 73 

Improvement, Halsted St., Archer ave. to Thirty-ninth st, on pet. for Con. in 1263 

Improvement, Halsted St., Archer ave. to Sixty-ninth St., on order for Con. in 1364 

Improvement, Hickory St., on pet. for and Rem. ag-ainst Con. in 1364 

Improvement, Napoleon PL, on Rem. ag-ainst Con. in 347 

Improvement, Nineteenth st.. State st. to Clark St., on order to repeal Con. in 365 

Improvement, Polk st.. State st. to Fifth ave., on ord. to repeal Con. in 365 

Improvement, Quarry St., on order to let contract for Con. in 366 

Improvement, Sherman st.. Polk to Taylor sts., on Rem Con. in 640 

Improvement, Shields ave, on repeal Con. in 347 

Improvement, Sixty-ninth St., Calumet ave. to State St., on pet. for Con. in 640 

Improvement, Springer ave., on ord. to repeal Con. in 364 

Improvement, sundry streets, on list to be done in 1890 Con. in 868 

Improvement, Third ave., Jackson to Polk sts., on Rem Con. in 640 

Improvement, Thirtieth St., on pet. for Con. in 347 

Improvement, Thirty-fourth st., Halsted to Auburn sts., on Rem Con. in 639 

Improvement, Thirty-eighth st., Wentworth ave. to State st., stay Con. in 73 

Improvement, UUman St.. Thirty-first to Thirty-fifth sts., on Rem Con. in 365 

Improvement, Whitehouse PL, on pet. to repeal Con. in 366 

Lake Front propertj^ on ordei* to lease to 1st Regt Con. in 365 

Mandel Bros., on permit for bridge bet. State st. and Wabash ave Con. in 641 

Mauran & Co., on permit for storm door Con. In 1054 

Merchant, (ieo. F„ on permit to erect stand near State st. Bridge Con. in 640 

McVicker, Harriet G., on permit to use space under alley Def. and Pub. 634, Con. in 859 

National Transit Co., on ord, for oil pipe lines Con in 1053 

Nichols, E. R., on permit for awning, cor. State and Lake sts Con. in 365 

Obstructions, on pet. to remove from cor. Twenty-seventh st. and Stewart ave Con. in 634 

Outer Harbor, on order concerning- Def. and Pub. 71, Re-Com., Wharves and P. G. 113 

Outer Harbor, on plans for laying out streets, docks, etc Con, in 1264 

Open alley, Blks. 63 and 69, C. T. Sub., W. ^4 Sec. 37, on repeal Con. in 365 

Open alley, Blk. 50, Cornell Sub., on order to Con. in 1364 

Open alley, bet. Cottage Grove ave., Ellis ave. and Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh sts. 

Con. in 639 

Open alley, 133 ft. south of Douglas ave. to Thirty-seventh st, bet. Grandbould. and Ca>jiaet 

ave., on pet. and ord Con. in 639 

Open alley, bet. Langley and Cottag-e Grove aves. andThtrty-seventhandThirty-eigbtt sts., 

on pet. for Con. in 639 

Open alley bet. Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh sts. and Ellis Park and Vincennes I Con. in 641 
av., on pet for f Con. in 1053 

Open alley bet. Thirty sixth and Thirty-seventh sts. and Ellis Park and Vincennes av., on 

Rem. against Con. in 641 

Open alley bet. Thirty-seventh st. and Oxford Ct. and Vernon and Stanton aves, on pet. to 

Con. in 347 

Open alley bet. Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth sts. and Langley and Cottage Grove aves., 

on pet. to : (Jon. in 73 

Open alley bet: Sixty-sixth and Sixty-seventh sts. and State st. and La Fayette av., ( n order 

and pet. for Con. in 1263 

Open Canal St., Archer ave. to River, on rem. against Con. in 640 

Open Fake St., on pet. to extend Con. in 73 

Open Fall St., Madison st. to Warren av., on Rem. against ; Con. in 367 

Open Fifty-seventh St., State st. to Wentworth av., on pet. for Con. in 1053 



XX 



0|>on MiiMpriilt St. and Wall nt., on Item. HKiiinKt Con. In 1285 

Opt'ii I*(>j>liir nviv. Archer iiv. to Twrnf .r-«iiiit h Kt., on pet. to Con. In 28ft 

Oprn Sl.vty-scc<)iul St., South I'ark av. to St:ite Ht.. on pft. and onl. for Con. In 041 

Oprn Siinilry Strorts iti Hyde I'ark Dist.. on pi't. and order to proceed Con. In 1264 

Op«'n Thirtieth St.. Hant»ver (*t. to St»'wart av., on p<'t. and order to Con. In 1368 

Open Thirty-fourth st , lUitterfleld st. to I.a Salle Ht.. on order to Con. in 346 

Open Thirty-eljfhth st., Wal)a<h to Indiana ares., on Hem. afcainst Con. in tt:j9 

Open Wall St., on Hem. ajraiiist Con. in 1265 

Plcusuro Driveway, on Fifty-llrst St., on pet. to eKtablish 

Con. In 640. Def. and Pub. 1282, Con. in 14.'« 

Quarantine Grounds, on pet. not to lease (;<in. in \'u. Con. in 171 

Railroads, A. T. & Santa Fe H. H. Co., on pet. and order for switch track cress Fifteenth at. 

Def. and. Pub. 1261, Con. in 1316 

Railroads, Chicago City Hy. Co., on ortler to relay tracks on Halsted St., Forty-seventh to 

Si.xty-thinl st Con. in 640 

Railroads, Chicag'o, Madison & Northern Ky., on granting rights to. 

Def. and Pub. .329, Con. in 383 

Railroads, Ford, Johnson & Co., on permit for switch track cross Indiana ave 

Def. and Pub. 157, Con. in 190 

Railroads. Grand Trunk R. R., on conference concerning culvert at Oakley av Con. in 1054 

Railroads, I. C. R. R., on permit to excavate under Lake Park av 

Def. and Pub. 348, Re-Com. 474, Con. in 634 

Railroads, L. S. & M. S. Ry., on permit to lay tracks cross Sixteenth and Seventeenth sis., 

bet. Wentworth a v. and La Salle st Def. and Pud. 266, Con. in 292 

Railroads, U. S. Y. ..t T. Co., on report why it uses track bet. I. C. R. R. and Lake Shore, on 

Res. for .. Con. in 689 

Rand, McXally & Co., on permit to excavate under Quincy st Def. and Pub. 346, Con. in 388 

Sewer, Rft.v-third st.. Winter to Halsted sts, on Rem Con. in 640 

Sidewalk, on pet and order to accept cement in lieu of stone Con. in 1263 

Sidewalk, Cross St., Lyman to Thirty-first sts., on repeal Def. 639, Con. in 872 

Sidewalk, Champlain ave.. Forty-fifth to Forty-sixth sts., on repeal Con. in 1266 

Sidewalk, Franklin st. on pet. and order to stay Con. in 347 

Sidewalk, Fifth ave.. on pet. and order to stay •. Con. in 347 

Sidewalk, Lake Park ave., on pet. for , Con. in 1.59 

Sidewalk. La Salle St., Archer ave. to Sixteenth st., on repeal Con. in 1265 

Sidewalk, Market St., on pet. and order to stay Con. in 347 

Sidewalk, Seventy-third St.. Jeffrey to Yates aves., on pet. for repeal Con. in 1263 

Sidewalk, Thirty-first St., Stewart ave. to Wallace St., on order to rebate ..Def. 158, Con. in 262 

Sidewalk, Wentworth ave.. Sixteenth to Eighteenth sts., on ord. to repeal Con, in ]265 

Siegel, Cooper ^ Co., on order to permit bay window Con. in 265 

Storm-doors, 224, 228 S. Clark St., on order to remove Con. in 265, Con. in 348 

Storm-doors, 224, 228 S. Clark St.. on pet. against removal Con. in 368 

Vacate alley, blk. 50, Cornell sub., on order to Con. in 1264 

Vacate alley (part) blk. 4, Springer & Fox add., on pet. and ord Def. and Pub. 114, Con. in 136 

Vacate alley, bet. One Hundred and Eleventh st.. Union, State and Free sts., on pet. and 

ord. for Con. in 1265 

Vacate alley, rear Erring Womans' Home, on pet Con. in 638 

Vacate alley. Beer's Sub., on ord Con. in 1.529 

Vacate, Chauncy ave.. on Rem. ag-ainst Con. in 10.53 

Vacate, Forty-second st. and alleys in Beer's Sub., X. E. ^ Sec. 6, 38, 14 Con. in 1529 

Vacate, sundry streets and alleys in Hyde Park Dist. on order to 

Con. in Def. and Pub. 1320, Con. in 1-529 

Viaduct, Halsted st. ^south) on pet. to defer bldg Con. in 1364 

Viaduct, Stewart ave.. cor. Archer ave., on order to proceed Con. in 216 

Viaduct, Thii-ty-fifth St., on order for report of cause of delay Con. in 639 

Washington Driving Park, on order to stop pumping water on adjoining property. Con. in 1054 

Weber, Rudolph, on permit to excavate under Victoria alley Def. 347, Pub. 872 

"Weber, Rudolph, on permit for canopy 31 Washington st Con. in 1053 

Widen, Archer ave.. Bushnell to Sanger sts., on ord. to. ..Pub. 211, Def. and Pub. 332, Con. in 387 
Widen. Congress St., State st. to Michigan ave., on repealing ord. . Def. and Pub. 71, Con. in 89 

Widen. Halsted St., (south) on Rem. agdinst Con. in 1264 

Widen. Wabash ave.. Forty-seventh to Sixtv-third sts.. on ord. for Con. in 1265 

Widen, Woodlawn ave., Lake ave. to Forty fifth St., and from Forty-sixth to Forty-seventh 

sts., condemn land for Con. in 638 



INDEX XXI 
Wyraan &Co., on permit to lay switch track Con. in 114 



COMMITTEE OX STREETS AXD ALLEYS, WEST DIVISIOX^. 



Base Ball, on permit playing on Sundays Con. in 646 

Board of West Park Comrs., on ord. to take control of Warren ave., Washing ton St., Fortieth 

St., etc Def. and Pub. 474, Con. in 1061 

Crane Bros. Manfg. Co., on permit to lay oil pipe line cross Judd st Con. in 1056 

Crane Bros. Manfg. Co., on permit to lay oil pipe line on Desplaines st 

Def. and Pub. 1056, Re-Com. 1320 

Cruver, Austin, on permit for corrugated iron bldg Con. in 1058 

Curb wall, on Ogden are., Twelfth st. to California ave., height of... Con. in 267 

Curb wall, on Eighteenth St., Wood st. to Western ave., height of Con. in 74 

Euclid ave., on ord. to change name to De Soto st Nomenclature 349 

Elevated rail roads, in W. Div., for papers relating to Con. in 350 

Grade, Blue Island ave., Twenty-first to Twenty-second sts., on ord. to change Con. in 73 

Grade, Leavitt St., Armitage ave, to Milwaukee ave., to raise Con. in 349 

Grade, Millard ave., Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth St., to lower Con. in 267 

Hedenberg, J. W., on permit to extend foundation under water works, lot 194, W. Harrison 

St .... P. W. 641 

Hoffman ave., on pet. and order to change name to "Rockwell st Con. in 645 

Improvement, alley, blk. 12, 0. T. Sub., on ord. to repeal Con. in 1054 

Improvement, alley, bik. 15, C. T. Sub., on ord. to repeal Con. in 1056 

Improvement, alley, b k. 37. C. T. Sub., on Rem. against Con. in 1056 

Impro%'ement, alley, blk. 45, C. T. Sub., on ord. to stay Con. in 1058 

Improvement, Albany ave., Madison st, to Washington boul., on pet. to stay Con. in 645 

Improvement, Alport St., on rem. against Con. in 7i 

Improvement, Blue Island ave. Sixteenth to Twenty-second sts., on order to stay Con. in 645 

Improvement^ Fairfield av., Twelfth st. to Ogden ave., on rem. against Con. in 74 

Improvement, Fairfield av.. Twelfth st. to Harvard St., on order to stay Con. in 645 

Improvement, Fulton st., Ca itornia ave. to Kedzie ave., on order to repeal Con. in 309 

Improvement, Fulton st., California ave. to Kedzie ave., on order for 

. Def. and Pub., 309, Con. in 356 

Improvement, Fulton St., California ave. to Kedzie ave., on order to stay Con. in 1055 

Improvement, Fulton St., Kedzie to Homan aves., on ord. for , Con. in 1058 

Improvement, Fifteenth St., Western ave. to California ave., on pet, to stay Con. in 74 

Improvement. Irving PL, Fulton to Kinzie sts., on Rem. against Con. in 644 

Improvement, Laurenze ave., on order to let contract Con. in 644 

Improvement, Leavitt st , Twelfth to Thirteenth sts., on pet. to stay Con. in 267 

Improvement, Millard ave.. Twenty-sixth st. to Ogden ave., on order to stay Con. in 267 

Improvement, Park ave., Centre ave. to Everett ave., on order to let contract Con. in 644 

Improvement, Seward St., Canalport ave, to Twenty-second st., stay Con. in 349 

Improvement, Superior St., Robey to Leavitt sts., stay Con. in 115 

Improvement, Sundry Streets, West Division list for 1890 Con. in 867 

Improvement, Washburne ave., Leavitt st. to Oakley ave., stay Con. in 267 

Kallaeh, Paul, on permit to withdraw consent for " L" road Con. in 1058 

Krause, F. W., on ot der for permit for bridge cross alley C on. in 1054 

Lehman, H. J., on permit to lay steam pipe 187 to 195 Canal st Con. in 1425 

Nebraska St.. on pet. to change name to Elburn av Con. in 645 

Nicollet ave., on repeal of ord. changing name to Euclid ave Con, in 349 

Open, Albany ave., Ohio st. to California ave., on pet. and order Con, in 1055 

Open alley, bet. Desplaines, Halsted, Sebor and Mather sts,, on order Con. in 270 

Open alley, Blk. 1, S. F. Smith's Sub., on repeal Con. in 1058 

Open alley, west of Western ave., bet. Lunn Ct. and Twelfth st Con. in 74 

Open alley, bet. Fall st., California ave., Park ave. and Lake St., on repeal ('on. in 1058 

Open alley, bet. Huron, Superior, Robey and Hoyne, on pet. to repeal 



Re -com. 72, Con. in 115, Con. in 267 



XXI 1 



INOKX 



Oi»cfi. niii iiKttit iiv«'., Ilnrrlsoii in l'l<iiii iioy nix., on rcpcul ('on. in lO^tf* 

( »|t«'ii, I M vision . St.. ( '••III nil I'lii k II \ !•. to llniiiiin iiv«-., on order (.'on. In 1005 

Open, Hoym- iivr., Wiiluinsiu lo M il wan ki-f avi-., n'p»'iil Del'. lUid IMih. 114, Con. in I'/.l 

Hpcn, lluyno iivo., WiilmiiMhi to Mli\viinl<rc iiv<-., <ii> onlor. . ..Con. In !i<l7, (Jon. in IJW). (,'on. in ;J74 

<>p«'"i Moll'nmn uvc, M il \viiiik(M« two. lo Kockucll si., on ordiT (Jon. in Wf) 

()p«'n. Hi reel fiist ol KorkNvcll .St .. hct. Miiilison uiid .Monroe Hts (Jon. In 5^«W 

(Jpon, Trcinont Ht., on order to Htay (Jon. in KV 7 

Open. Van Uuhmi Ht., west of Colorado ave (Jon. in 10.')7 

Open, Wehslerave (Jon. In 'M'.) 

Open, WilliHiii St., lloiiiitii lo Centnii Turk ave., (jii order (,'on. In 105r) 

lliiilroads, Ari-iule Uiipid TranMlt Co., on Item. ajfuinHt (Jon. In 64<J 

HallroadH, ChleuK" W. I). U. K. Co., tracks on Asbland avo.. Twelfth to Twenty-second sts.. 

Uef. and Pub. 1225 

Railroads, ClilcaKo and Cook (Jo. Pass Ity. Co., on ord. for "L" road Con. In Hid 

Railroads. Chicago, M. & St. P. R. R.. extend track on Blooraingdale road 

Def. and Pub. 348, (Jon. in 37i» 

Railroads, Chicago Pass. Ky. Co., tracks on Western ave. from Van Huron to Harrison sts.. 

Def. and Pub. 1228, Con. in i:317 

Railroads, Heldniaier, E., on permit for switch track on Lumber st 

Def. and Pub. 1120. Con. in 1349 

Railroads, Miller, Fred., lirg. Co., on permit fer switch track Con. in 267 

Railroads, N. Chicago St. R. R. Co., tracks on Chicago ave. from Larrabee st. to Milwaukee 

ave Def. and Pub. 372, Jud. 411 

Railroads, tracks on Laflin St., Madison to Twelfth sts.. Rem. against Con, in 645 

Railroads, Union Pass. Ry. Co., on Rem. against tracks on Ashland ave.. Wood, Lincoln and 

Park sts Re-com . 648 

Railroads, Union Pass. Ry. Co., on ord. for tracks on Taylor st. from Clark st. to Western ave 

Def. and Pub. 726 

Railroads. West Div. El. R. R. Co., on ord. of Con. in 646 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on pet. and ord. for tracks on Ashland ave. from Erie to 

Lake sts Def. and Pub. 1223 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on pet. for tracks on Armitage ave., California to Si- 
mons aves Def. and Pub. 857, Con. in 1038 

Railroads, W. Chicaero St. R. R. Co.. on ord. for extending tracks on W. Chicago and Cali- 
fornia aves Def. and Pub. 73, Con. in 90 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co.. on pet. and ord. for tracks on Colorado ave., from Cali- 
fornia to Crawford aves Def. and Pub. 1220 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on ord. to extend tracks on Eighteenth St., from Hal- 

sted to State sts Def. and Pub. 332, 1210, Con. in 6i5, Def. 1063 

Railroads. W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on pet. and ord. lor tracks. Fourteenth St., Canal to 

Robey sts Def. and Pub. 1215 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on pet. and ord. for tracks on Kedzie ave., Madison to 

Twelfth sts Def. and Pub. 1212 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on ord. for extending tracks on Milwaukee ave., Ful- 

lerton to Armitage aves Def. and Pub. 268, Dept. Law 308 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on pet. and ord. for tracks on State st., Madison to 

Washington sts Def. and Pub. 1236, Re-com. Joint Com. S. and A. S. and W. 1242 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on ord. for tracks on Taylor St., Fifth ave. to Canal st. . 

Def. and Pub. 472, ReKJom. 534 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., on ord. for tracks on Taylor St., Fifth to Western aves. . 

Re-com. 534, Def. and Pub. 728, 473, Con. in 860 

Railroads, West Chicago St. R. R, Co.. on pet. and ord. for tracks on Western ave., from 

Lake st. to Milwaukee ave. and Twelfth st. to Twenty- sixth st 

Eef. and Pub. 1217, Re-com. 1319, Con. In 1.525 

Railroads, West Chicago Rapid Transit Co., on ord. for "L" road 

Def. and Pub. 641, Con. In 645, Def. and Pub. 679, Def. 1078, Considered 1124, 1127, Passed 1171 
Railroads, West Chicago Rapid Transit Co., on petxtlon for protection against "L" roads 

Con. in 1054 

Railroads, Wisconsin Central R. R., on report of D. P. W., on running time of Con. in 646 

Railroads, Williams, A., on permit for switch track across Rockwell st 

Def. and Pub. 1057, Con. in 1320 

Roadway, Shober st.. North ave. to Division st., on pet. and ord Con. in 1055 

Sampson Steam Forge Co., on Rem. against permit to Con, in 1054 



INDEX XXIII 

fC3tt, J. A., on permit to pile lumber * Con. in 267 

Spring-er Warren, on permit to lay pipes in Canal st Con. in 270 

Sidewalk, Adams St., Centre to Western ave, on rem. ag-ainst Con. in 74 

Sidewalk, Douglas Park pi., Washtenaw to California ave., on repeal Con. in 73 

Sidewalk, Forty-third St., Lake st. to Park ave., place to curb Con. in 644 

Sidewalk, Francisco St., on Rem. ag-ainst character of Con. in 1058 

Sidewalk, Irving Park, Melrose, etc., on order to repair Con. in 1055 

Sidewalk, Vernon Park, Centre avenue to Lytle St., on pet Con. in 1302 

Sidewalk space, Lytle St., McAllister pi. to Gilpin pi Con. in 75 

Southern Hard Wood Lumber Co., on Rem. against permit to Con. in 645 

Sledzianowski, J. J., on pet. for switch track Con. in 1056 

Vacate, alley, bet. Western and Campbell aves. and Twelfth st. and Lunn Ct.. pet. and 

order Con. in 270 

Vacate, Wharf St., Lumber St., to Chicago River, on ord. Con. in 74 

Viaduct, Lincoln st., on order to let contract for Con. in 74 

Viaduct, Lincoln St., on Rem. against Con. in 74 

Viaduct, Kinzie St., on Rem. against Ccyi. in 74 

Vacate, alley, Bl. 3, Assessor's Div., N. M, S. E. 34, 20, 39,14 Def. and Pub. 269, Con. in 1063 

Vacate, alley, Bl. 4, Johnson & Lee's Sub. (part) Def. and Pub. 393, Con. in 860 

Widen, Asylum pi., on ord Con. in 393 

Widen, alley, bet. Fall st., California ave.. Park ave. and Lake st., on repeal Con. in 1058 

Widen, Madison st., Robey to Western ave., on pet. for and Rem. against Con. in 1056 

Widen, Tremont st , on order to stay Con. in 1057 



COMMITTEE ON WHARVES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS. 

Outer-Harbor, on report Committee on S. & A. S. D., on order to establish st. in 

Con. in 647, Def. and Pub. 725, Def. 1063 



COMMITTEES, SELECT. 

Annexation, To divide new territory into wards and call special election for aldermen, on 

Res. and ord Con. in 231, Def. and Pub. 307, Con. in 333 

Anti-monopoly Bill, on Res. endorsing Con, in 37 

Council Committees, on Res. to assign new members to Con. in 416, 440 

Council, to assign desks for new members Con. in 410 

Crook, Genl. Geo., on Res. on death of Con. in 1503 

Dearborn Park, on Bldg. library in, conference on , Con. in 163 

Dearborn Park, on Bldg. memorial hall in, conference on Def. and Pub. 1534 

District Heating and Light Co., on ord. of (Joint Com.) Con. in 273 

Drains, (private), on Res. to revise rules governing 1 Con. in 272 

Eight hour law, on Res. for ord. for Con. in 155, Def. and Pub. 188, Con. in 213 

Gas Works, on Res. for Com. to consider feasibility of establishing Con. in 1079 

Gas Cos., on Res. to nulify ords. of G. O. and E. L. 1349 

Garbage, on Res. to investigate system for disposal of and cleaning streets 

Con. in 437, Pub. and Fin. 1091 

Knickerbocker, Judge Joshua C, on funeral of Con. in 950 

Millikin, Isaac L., Ex-Mayor, on Res. on death of Con. in 774 

Nomenclature, on Res. for Com. on Con. in 386 

Nomenclature, Preliminary report Pub. 576, Presented 604, Re-Com. 1063, Def. and Pub. 735 

Nomenclature, Ald.McEnerny, Resignation as member of com Accepted 1064 

Railroads, Com. on remedy to prevent accidents at crossings Con. in 1181 



XXIV INDKX 



llallidiulH, onl. to prcvnn iiccldfiilH at crosHliiKH Dcf. hihI I'llb. 1404 

HiillioiulM, t i imsfcr tl<;ko(H iiinl niirs dl liirf. <'()iir()nMic<) with compailleM Con. in H()4 

Hiiili oikIs, tiiinrtliT tlokotii un<l niii s oi lure, report coiiforonco com Dcf, and I'ul). TM 

Hiih's, etc., tor Com. to r('viM<« council rulcH Con. In 445, 477 

Scaninion, .1 . \'«)unK, on lies, on <ical h of ('on, lr» 141JJ 

Sinoko, on rvn. to abato I><1. uikI I'lih.JWKJ, Def. KMW 

Scwcrairc, Convention at .Joliet, to attend Con. in 1188 

World's l''uir, on lies, lor Com. I o I ake Ht(!pH to secure lor (Jhicajfo Con, In 360 

Woiid's iMiii-, to meet .Mayor and delegation on rcdnrn from WaHhinifton Con. In 1248 



COUNCIL. 



Committees, standinfjr Con. in 10 

Committees, standing:, assigning- new members to Con. in 440 



COUNCIL MEETINGS. 



Regular, April 15, 1889 1 

Regular. April 23, 1889 15 

Regular, April 29, 1889 -29 

Regular. May 6, 1889 47 

Regular, May 13, 1889 77 

Regular, May 20, 1889 91 

Regular, May 27, 1889 119 

Regular, June 3, 1889 141 

Regular, June 10, 1889 161 

Regular, June 17, 1889 173 

Regular, June 24, 1889 193 

Regular, July 1, 1889 219 

Regular, July 8, 1889 241 

Adjourned, July 10, 1889 261 

Regular, July 15, 1889 275 

Regular, July 18, 1889. 295 

Regular, July 22, 1889 311 

Adjourned, July 25, 1889 339 

Regular, July 29, 1889 359 

Adjourned, August 1, 1889 381 

Regular, August 5, 1889 395 

Regular, September 16, 1889 415 

Regular, September 23, 1889 451 

Regular, September 30, 1889 479 

Regular, October 7, 1889 509 

Regular, October 14, 1889 535 

Regular, October 21, 1889 557 

Regular, October 28, 1889 581 

Regular, November 4, 1889 607 

Adjourned, November 7. 1889 631 

Regular, November 11, 1889 659 

Regular, November 18, 1889 , _ 693 

Regular, November 25, 1889 741 

Regular, December 2, 1889 . , 773 



INDEX XXV 

Regular, December 11, 1889 795 

Regular, December 16, 1889 799 

Adjourned, December 19, 1889 867 

Regular, December 33, 1889 875 

Regular, December 30, 1889 915 

Regular, January 6, 1890 949 

Regular, January 13, 1890 999 

Adjourned, January 16, 1890 IO43 

Regular, January 20, 1890 1066 

Regular, January 27, 1890 1081 

Regular, February 3. 1890 , ., 1101 

Adjourned, February 6, 1890 1127 

Regular, February 10, 1890 1131 

Regular, February 17, 1890 1183 

Regular, February 24, 1890 1247 

Regular, March 3, 1890 1271 

Adjourned, March 6, 1890 1311 

Regular, March 10, 1890 1333 

Regular, March 17, 1890 1353 

Adjourned, March 20, 1890 1411 

Regular, March 24, 1890 1413 

Adjourned, March 26, 1890 1447 

Adjourned, March 27, 1890 1453 

Adjourned, March 28, 1890 1455 

Adjourned, March 31, 1890 1457 

Regular. April 3, 1890 1483 



DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS. 
Wolf, Isaac, on order for elevator, 177 Madison street F. & W. 1082 



DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

Building Line of Streets, concerning Pub. Bldgs. 235 

Cattle, on ord. prohibiting driving on streets east of State st Def. and Pub. 142 

Campbell Park, on ord. to transfer control to W. Park Comrs. Con. in 537 

City Funds, opinion on designating banks for deposit of Def. and Pub. 106, 446 

City Funds, interest on deposits, concerning Pub. and Fin. 364 

Delinquent, Spi. Asst. List, on ord. for collr. to return to county treasurer Con in 1417 

Extending Eighty-third St., cross C, R. I. & P. R. R. right-of-way, on ord S. & A. W. D. 743 

Gas, Reform Gas L. & F. Co., concerning, ord. of Def. and Pub. 375 

Gas, Mutual Fuel Gas Co., draft of ord File 695 

Horwitz, H., on petition for compensation for personal injury ... Fin. 917 

Improvements, by special assts. in Town of Lake Dist., concerning Pub. and. File 396 

Open Aberdeen st., Polk st. to Damon st, on repeal P. W, 1354 

Police Courts, on ord, establishing in annexed territory Fin, 741 

Railroads, opinion as to street car companies paying owners of property on streets alike. . 

Pub. and File 143 

Railroads, W. C. St. R. R. Co. Tracks on Taylor st„ construction of ord File 1067 

Railroads, W. C. R. T. Co., opinion on rights for "L" road Def. and Pub. 1069 

Sewers, to construct by spl. asst., opinion Pub. 796 



XXN'l 



INDEX 



Rrwpi- rcrmlfK, nn <tr«l»'r f'(»i- imlf'ortn prlcr Pub and Kilo VM 

Vrtlidlty ol proffiMlluKH of ( 'ouiit-il, April 1'^ 1H8», (iplnion Del. urxi I'ub. 32 



DKPARTMKNT OF PlJlJLKj WORKS 



nri(l«:<\ Clark St.. o;)nc>nriilti«- rinnovii! to Webster ave Con. in 511 

HritlKC SiiMKiunoM st. (N.), osliiiuile of cost Pub. (597 

( hiciiK-o DnMijflnR and Dock Co., permit for dock, near Thirty-fifth et S. and A, S. D. 222 

DulTy, J. .1. v\: ("o., concrcrniiiff contract on viaduct at Stewart »& Archer ave8..S. and A. S. D. 175 

(ia.**, estimate on cost for liK-htiiif,'- with other material than t^UH Def. and Pub. 78 

Grade, ('ampbell ave., on order for ord File 148.'} 

Grade, Millard ave., (;on(!erninir •. Con. in 2'.Hi 

Grade, Lake ave.. Fortieth st. to li. R. crossinif, concerning- Con. in 'iUl 

Improvement of Fulton st., Kedzie to Homan av(!., concerning material File 879 

Improvement of sundry sts., report on list for l.S!K) S. and A. N. S. and W 774 

Improvement of sundry streets, for instructions as to assessments Def. and Pub. 9813 

International Bank, on claim for dredging slip "A" Fin. 1132 

Lake front grounds, report concerning occupancy by R. R. Co.'s Pub. and File 512 

Lake front grounds, supplemental report of Oct. 7, 1889, concerning' Pub. and File 664 

Nicholas, E. R., on ])errait for awning cor. State and Lake sts S. and A. S. D. 122 265 

Open, Loomis St., Fifty-first st. to Garfield blvd., report on repeal File 1248 

Police station, cor. Morgan and Maxwell sts Con, in 396 

Railroads, on Res. to enjo-n Chicago City R. R. from laying tracks on Wentworth ave. s lUth 

ot Sixtj'-third st Con. in 363 

Railroads, I. C. R. R., concerning right to occupy Seventy-first st Pub. and S. and A. S. D. 1273 

Railroads, concerning "L" road on Lake St., time for completion and system to be used 

Re-com. 916, 9.51, File 1001 

Railroads, Galloway, J. B., permit for switch track cross alley west of Luce st 

Pub. and File 120, Pub. and File 1249 

Railroads, speed of trains of Wisconsin Central R. R., statement S. and A. W. D. 222 

Railroads, speed of trains in annexed territory R. R. 774 

Railroads, removal of tracks from Eighty-fifth st., report -. File 1131 

Revocations of consent for "L" road on State st S. and A. S. D. 1354 

Siegel, Cooper & Co , on permit for showwindow Def. 222 

Special assessments, for instructions as to confirmation of Def. and Pub. 983 

Springer, Warren, on permit to lay pipes in Canal st File 270 

Tunnel, Washington St.. on contracts to repair and rebuild Con. in 141 

Viaduct, Ogden ave., estimate of cost Pub. and File 362' 



DIRECTORS, PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Dearborn Park, on erectjion of library bldg. in, for conference Con. in 162 

Report, 17th annual File 162 



ELECTIONS. 



Coen, E, J., Sargeant-at-Arms of Council 



Con. in la 



INDEX xxyii 

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ESTIMATES OE COST OF LAMP POSTS. 

Ada St., from Kinzie St. to Austin ave Approved 132 

Ada St., from Indiana st. to Erie st " 13'J 

Alaska St., from Larrabee st. to Town st " 454 

Albany ave., from Madison st. to Colorado ave " 79 

Albany ave., from Madison st. to Lake st " 481 

Albany ave., from Polk st. to Twelfth st " 609 

Allport St., from Nineteenth St. to Twenty-second st " 146 

Armour St., from Ohio St. to Chicago ave " 122 

Armour St., from Indiana st. to Ohio st " 539 

Arch St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st " 1371 

Astor St., from Schiller st. to Burton Place.. " 513 

Augusta St., from Wood St. to Robey st " 223 

Austin ave., from Forty-sixth St. to Hawkins ave " 583 

Avers ave., from Division st. to North ave 608 

Avon Place, from Kobey st. to Hoyne ave " 453 

Bauwans St., from Blackhawk St. to Ashland ave '* 122 

Belden ave., from Sheffield ave. to Southport ave " 79 

Bissell St., from Dayton st. to Willow st 454 

Bloom St., from Thirty-sixth st. to Thirty-eighth st " 1296 

Blue Island ave., Irom Sixteenth st. to Twenty-first st " 453 

Bryn Mawr ave., from Clark St. to Evanston ave " 1296 

Butterfield^st., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-seventh st " 79 

Buffalo ave., from One Hundred and Thirty-third st. to One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth st " 921 

Butler St., from Thirty-seven ih st. to Egan ave " 1296 

Byron St., from Halsted st. to Eastern terminus, '• 513 

Calumet ave., from Thirty-seventh st. to 300 feet north " 698 

California ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave " 146 

California ave., from Harrison st. to Twelfth st " 146 

Calif ornia Place, from Commercial st. to Robey st " 807 

Carroll ave., from Sacramento ave. to Homan ave *' 609 

Campbell ave., from Polk st. to Twelfth st " 539 

Campbell ave., from Leavitt st, to Oakley ave. , " 197 

Carpenter St., from Milwaukee ave. to C. & N. W. R. R " 1371 

Central ave., from Randolph st. to S. Water st " 122 

Cleaver st., from Bradley st. to Blanche st " 176 

Cleveland St., from Wallace st. to Winter st " 539 

Clifton p. irk ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st. " 452 

Chicago Terrace, from Harding ave. to Crawford ave " 666 

Chicago ave., from 600 feet East of Pme st. to Eastern terminus " 698 

Congress St., from Franklin St. to Market st . " 123 

Cork St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st — " 175 

Cottage Grrove ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-ninth st , " 1010 

Crawford ave., from Chicago ave. to Augusta st " 609 

Crawford ave., from Indiana st. to Chicago ave " 666 

Curtis St., from Huron st. to May st " 1371 

Dania ave., from Division st. to North ave " 233 

Dayton st„ from North ave. to Willow st 79 

Deering st., from Cologne st. to Chicago River .. " 698 

Division st., from Kedzie ave. to Tinkham ave " 922 

Dickey St., from Seventy-seventh st. to Hawthorne ave *• 1203 

Eda St., from Wabash ave. to Indiana ave " 539 

Edgerton ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first st , " 1010 

Eighteenth St., from Wood st. to Western ave " 223 

Eleventh st., from Laflin st. to Ashland ave " 452 

Elk Grove St., from Wood st. to North ave 366 

Elm St., from Market St. to Sedgwick st " 175 

Emerald ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-ninth st " 453 

Emerald ave., from Forty-sixth St. to Fifty-ninth st " 922 

Emerald ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Egan ave • , " 539 

Emerson ave.. from Leavitt St. to Oakley ave " 146 



XXVIII 



INDKX 



EmcMHon iivo., from Wood Kt. to Lnavitt Ht 366 

Kinlly Ml., from AMhlHinl uv«'. to Woo»l Ht 583 

Kviiiis iiv«'., from rorty-l lilnl «!. to Forty-HOV<M»th Ht *' IMi 

l''iiirll« l«l iivt'., from 'rwclltli Ht. to ()k<Icii live " 196 

Kulrlleld avr., from 'I'liitriipHon st. to UlrHcli st " »22 

Ftiy «t., from Krir st. to Pratt Ht '.m 

Fcrdiiiimd st., from Asliliuid avc. to I'liiillna Ht " 743 

FcnIiiiHiid St., f rom I'uiiliiia st . to Hoy iic avo »' 1296 

FIfty-tlrHt Ht., from KlliHav«'. to Kant Kiid ave " 1011 

Fifty-s cond sf., from r,ak«' st. to Ohica^o avo " 921 

Fifly-tUlh St., Irom Lake ave. to Ii('\iiiv:toii ave " 1296 

Flfty-ai.vth nt., from Coriu'll ave. to Kast Knd ave " 1011 

Flfty-s»«v(Mitli St., from Weiitworth avo. to HalHted st " 922 

Fifty-riRlith st., I'lom Weiitworth a\e. to Halsted st " 886 

Fifty-ninth st., from Wasliiiiffton avo. to Stony Island ave " 1010 

Fifty-ninth st., from Wallace St. to H:.ilsted st " 922 

Fillmore St., from California avo. to Kedzie ave " 608 

Forty-tlrst St., from Cottawre Grove ave. to Champlain ave 1011 

F )rty-seeond St., from Oakenwald ave. to Lake ave 1011 

Fortj'-seeond Place, from Grand blvd. to Vincennes ave " 1011 

Forty-socond St., from Ellis ave. to Drexel blvd " 698 

Forty- fourth St., from Dre.vel ave. to Ellis ave 1202 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Lawrence ave *' 1011 

Forty-seventh St., from Lake St. to Chicago ave " 743 

Forty-eighth St., from Lake st. to Chicago ave ^" 743 

Franciseo St., from Lake St. to Colorado ave " 146 

Fry St., from Rose St. to Ashland ave " 146 

Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st " 196 

Fulton St., from Division st. to Arnntage ave " 33 

Gardner St., from Halsted st. to Vine st " 539 

George St., from Sheffield ave. to Kacine ave " 921 

Girard St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 366 

Goldsmith ave., from Seventy-fifth St. to Seventy-sixth st " 1202 

Goldsmith ave , from Seventj'-seventh St. to Seventy-eighth st " 1202 

Goodwin St., from Balmoral ave. to N. Fifty-ninth st " 1296 

Grand ave., from Western ave. to Chicago ave " 921 

Hamburg St., from Robey St. to Western ave " 583 

Hamlin ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave " 609 

Hammond St., from Eugenie st. to Tell ct " 513 

Harding ave., from Chicago ave. to Augusta st " 609 

Harrison St., from Rockwell St. to California ave " 33 

Harvard St., from Western ave. to Campbell ave " 196 

Hawthorne ave., from Stewart ave. to Goldsmith ave " 1203 

Hinman St., from Robey st. to Western ave " 196 

Hinman St., from Blue Island ave. to Robey st " 245 

Holt St., from Division st. to North ave " 175 

Homan ave., from Ogden ave. to C. B. & Q. R. R " 807 

Honore St., from Seventy-fourth st. to Seventy-sixth st " 3203 

Hoyne ave., from Division st. to Chicago ave " 175 

Huron St., from Oakley ave. to Seymour st " 807 

Huron St., from Seymour st. to Washtenaw ave. " 921 

Ingraham St., from Elston ave. to Noble st " 195 

Illinois St., from St. Clair st. to 1200 feet east " 122 

Iowa St., from Lincoln st. to Robey st " 583 

Iowa St., from Wood st. to Lincoln st " 195 

Irving ave., from Fulton St. to Kinzie st " 560 

Jackson St., from Sacramento ave. to Central Park ave " 245 

John Place, from Halsted St. to Western ave " 667 

Kedzie ave., from Harrison st. to Central Park blvd " 59 

Kedzie ave., from Central Park blvd. to Chicago ave " 666 

Kenwood ct., from Forty-eighth st, to Forty-ninth st " 698 

Kimbark ave., from Fifty-second st. to Fifty-third st " 1203 

Kinzie St., from Forty-sixth st. to Robinson ave " . .583 

Kosciusko St., from Robey St. to Leavitt st " 667^ 



INDEX XXIX 

Lawndale ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave • • • ' " 609 

Lake Park ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirtieth st " 807 

Langley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-lifth st " 1397 

Leavitt St., from Twelfth St. to Thirteenth st " 366 

Leavitt St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-seventh st " 1297 

Leavitt St., from Milwaukee ave. to Armitage ave *' 196 

Lessing St., from Chicago ave. to C. & N. W. R. R " 176 

Lisle St., from Union st. to Halsted st " 196 

Luce St., from Blackhawk st. to Western terminus " 176 

Lumber St., from Twenty-second St. to CFnion Place ** 1296 

Lyman St., from Main st. to Thirty-first st " 197 

Lytle St., from Harrison st. to Vernon Park place " 886 

Madison St., from Central Park av. to Crawford ave *' 245 

Madison ave., from Seveuty-first St. to Seventy-second st " 807 

Madison ave., from Sixty-flrst St. to Sixty-sixth " 1371 

Maplewood ave., from Hirsch st. to North ave , " 807 

Marshfleld ave., from Douglas ave. to Thirty-seventh st " 583 

Mathew St., from Ogden ave. to Wood st " 583 

Mantene ct., from Milwaukee ave. to Southern terminus 957 

McReynolds St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st " 808 

Melrose st., from Racine ave. to Ashland av " 931 

Melrose st., from Lincoln ave. to Robey st " 807 

Menominee St., from Sedgwick st. to Larrabee st " 398 

Metropolitan ave., from Harding ave to Crawford ave " 666 

Michigan ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixtieth st " 1030 

Millard ave., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth st *' 196 

Monroe St., from Albany ave. to Kedzie ave " 334 

Monroe St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave. " 886 

Monroe St., from Rockwell St. to California ave " 196 

Monroe St., from Wabash ave. to Michigan ave '" 609 

Newton St., from Iowa st. to Division st " 196 

Nineteenth st., from Blue Island ave. to Ashland ave. . " 196 

Nineteenth St., from Robey st. to Western ave " 196 

Nineteenth st., from State st. to Dearborn st " 133 

Ninety-third St., from So. Chicago ave. to B. & O. R. R " 933 

Nutt ave., from Seventy-first St. to Seventy-second place " 807 

Oakenwald av., from Forty-fifth st. tO' Lake ave " 776 

Oakley ave., from Division St. to North ave " 807 

Oakley ave., from Thirteenth St. to Fourteenth St " 196 

Ohio St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fiftieth st " 931 

Ohio St., from Lincoln st. to Robey st " 176 

Ohio St., from Harding ave. to Crawford ave " 667 

Ontario ave., from Ninety-second st. to Ninety-third st " 933 

Orchard st. , from Clybourn ave. to North ave , " 454 

Osgood St., from Webster ave. to Belden ave " 79 

Otto St., from Racine ave. to Ashland ave " 957 

Page St., from Austin ave. to Ferdinand st " 667 

Park ave., from Ashland ave. to California ave " 197 

Park ave., from Homan ave. to Kedzie ave " 453 

Paulina St., fi-om Fifteenth st. to Eighteenth st " 333 

Paulina St., from Clybourn ave. to Wrightwood ave " 807 

Paulina st., from Douglas ave. to Thirty-eighth st " 583 

Pearson St., from Wells st.to Eastern terminus " 698 

Pearson St., from Wells St. to Franklin st " 453 

Perry st., from Clybourn ave. to Fullerton ave " 513 

Pine Grove ave., from Grace st. to north line of Peleg Hall's sub " 518 

Pleasant place, from Leavitt st. to Western ave " 6fi6 

Polk St., from Campbell ave. to Rockwell st 345 

Potomac ave., from Robey St. to Western ave 334 

Pratt St., from Sangamon st. to Fay st . " 453 

Quincy St., from Clinton st. to Jefferson st " 132 

Randolph St., from Forty-sixth st, to Forty-eighth st " 743 

Rees St., from Halsted st. to Dayton st " 886 

Ridgway ave,, from Chicago ave. to North ave " 609 



Hobry Ht., from fh^linont av((. tf) U08000 St *' 453 

HoHcoi' Hi., from Kolmy Ml. to WcHtorri iivo " iM 

Ho8c(H' Ml.., Ironi lilricolii avo. to Kolx y Ht " W£i 

UoKcmiuM-lml Ht,., from WhIIhcc si. In Slcwiirl uvo " HKr) 

8a(Miim(«nt(t avo., from liiikc si. to Van llunni 8f 

Sai'ianuMito avc, from Van Huron si. to TwcH'th .^t " fW« 

School St., from lilncoln a\ c. lo Itohcy si " »22 

School .St., from l{a«'in(' avcnin? to Ashhiixl avo " '.♦21 

Seminary avo., from Kiillcrton avo. to Montano st " ««« 

S(n'(>nt(>('iith St., from Ttiion st. lo Hnlstcd st " 2::4 

Sovciilccnili Hi., fiom I,ooinis st. to Asliland avo " 5^21 

Seventy-lh-Ht Ht., from Stony Island ave. to f . C. It. K *• WW 

Sovcnty-llrst place, from Stony Island avo. t ) I. (\ It. R K(H5 

S(n'cnty-sccond |)liic((, f i-om Stony Island avo. to 1. C. R. 11... " Hf « 

Sovonty-socond St., from Stony Island avo. to I. C. It. R " Hm 

Sevcnfy-sixth St., from (). R. I. & P. R. It. to VVallaco st 120:} 

Soventy-scvonth st . from Wright St. to Goldsmith avo " 1-^02 

Sovonty-ci«-hlh St.. from Wright st. to Goldsmith ave " 1202 

Seventy-ninth St., from Wriifht strcot to Winter st " 120:{ 

Seymour St., from Division st. to North ave " ;Ui6 

Sibloy St., from Vernon Park j^laoe to McAlister place " 4.5!^ 

Si.vtcenth St., from Johnson st. to Throop st " 807 

Slxty-tlrst St., from Stony Island ave. to I. R. R " 1010 

Sixty-third St., from Stony Island ave. to Lexington ave " 1297 

Sixty-tifth St., from Woodlawn ave. to Cottage Grove ave " 1203 

Sixty-seventh St., from Cottage Grove ave. to I. C. R. R " 1203 

Shakespear ave., from California ave. to Humboldt Park boul " 666 

Sherman st., from Fifty-seventh st. to Fifty-ninth st " 88-5 

Shober St., from Division st. to North ave " 366 

Sloan St., from Noble St. to C. & N. W. Ry.. " li6 

St. Lawrence ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-fifth st " 1203 

Stewart ave.. from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 481 

Stony Island ave.. from Sixty-seventh st. to Jackson Park terrace " 1010 

Superior St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st " 481 

Superior St., from Lincoln st. to Robey st " 224 

Superior ave.. from Oue Hundred and Thirty-third St. to One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth st '. " 921 

Superior St., from May st. to Centre ave " 1371 

Sullivan St., from Sedg-wick St. to Cleveland ave " 398 

Taj'lor St., from ualifornia ave. to Kedzie ave " 667 

Thirtieth St., from State St. to Wentworth ave " 398 

Thirty-second St., from Laurel St. to Benson st " 921 

Thirty-second St., from Prairie ave. to Forrest ave " 453 

Thirty-third St., from Halsted st. to Laurel st " .582 

Thirty-fourth St.. from Rhodes ave. to Cottage Grove ave " 1370 

Thirty-sixth St., from Ellis ave. to Lake ave " 223 

Thirty-sixth st.. from Halsted st. to Laurel st " .583 

Thirty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Ellis ave " 539 

Thirty-seventh St.. from Halsted St. to Laurel st " .583 

Thomas St., from Wood st. to Robey st " 583 

Thomas St., from California ave. to Rockwell st " 609 

Tinkham ave., from Division st. to Chicago ave " 666 

Town St., from Blackhawk st. to North ave " 453 

Troy sf, from Fillmore St. to Twelfth st , " 1297 

Twelfth St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave " 453 

Twelfth st„ from Kedzie ave. to Douglas Park boul " 957 

Twentieth St., from Paulina St. to Western ave " 223 

Twentj'-third St., from State St. to Dearborn st " 175 

Twenty-fifth place, from Wentwox'th ave. to Halsted st " 454 

Twenty-fifth St., from Hanover st. to Sanger st " 4-54 

Twenty-sixth St., from Rockwell st. to Sacramento ave " 743 

Ullman St., from James ave. to Douglas ave " 175 

Union Place, from Congress st. to Harrison st " 223 

Waubausia ave., from Ashland ave. to C. & N. W. it. R " 808 



INDEX XXXI 

Wabash ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st ^ " 1203 

Wallace st., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fitty-ninth st " 885 

Washburne ave., from Robey st. to Oakley ave *' 539 

Washtenaw ave., from Division at. to North ave *' 886 

Webster ave,, from Clybourn^ive. to Chicag-o river. " 453 

Western ave., from Division st. to Armitage ave " ' 33 

Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to Jackson st " 807 

Winneconna ave., from Dickey St. to Wrig-ht st *' 1203 

Winter St., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 885 

Wolfram St., from Halsted st. to Racine ave " 931 

Wright St., from Seventy-sixth st. to Seventy-ninth st " 1303 

Wright St., from Seventy-fourth St. to Seventy-fifth st 1203 

York St., from Ashland ave. to Hermitage ave " 560 



ESTIMATES OF COST OF PRIVATE DRAINS. 

-Addison St., from Clark st, to Lake Michigan Approved 1015 

Aldine St., from Eg-an ave. to Northern terminus " 4^4 

Albany ave., from Colorado ave. to Twelfth st " 934 

Albany ave,, from Lake st. to Kinzie st " 668 

Ambrose St., from Wood st. to Leavitt st " 808 

Ainslie St., from Evanston ave, to Lake Michigan " 1047 

Archer ave., from Hoyne ave. to Leavitt st — " 699 

Argyle St., from Evanston ave. to Eastern terminus " 960 

Armitage ave,, from Milwaukee ave. to California ave " 745 

Ashland ave., from Belmont ave. to Sulzer st " 960 

Ashland ave., from South branch Chicago riyer to Fifty-fifth st *' 1047 

Asylum place, from Elston ave. to Leavitt st " 668 

Auburn St., from Thirty-first st. to Douglas ave " 810 

Basil ave., from North ave, to Bloomingdale road . . " 699 

JBelmont ave. , from Clark st, to Lincoln ave . . . , " 960 

Bonfleld St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st " 810 

Bonney ave., from Ogden ave, to Twenty-sixth st " 1046 

Burling St., from Garfield ave. to Webster ave " 584 

Byron st., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st ■ " 957 

Calif ornia ave., from Twenty-second St. to Twenty-sixth st " 366 

California ave., from Chicago ave. to Division st " 809 

California ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st " 366 

California ave., from Division st. to North ave , "• 39S 

Central Park ave,, from Ogden ave. to Twenty -second st " 958 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Douglas Park blvd " 810 

Chicago ave., from Pine St. to 600 feet East " 334 

Chicago ave., from Leavitt st. to Kedzie ave " 924 

Chicago ave,, from Kedzie ave. to Crawford ave " 1014 

Charlton St., from Ridge ave. to Northern terminus " 960 

Cleveland St., from Wallace St. to Winter st ' " 743 

Commercial St., from North ave. to Armitage ave : " 810 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st " 960 

Cornelia St., from Halsted St. to Lake Michigan " 10i5 

Cottage Grove ave., from Oak wood boul. to Forty-third st 1014 

Courtland St., from Western ave. to Kedzie ave " 700 

Courtland St., from Leavitt st, to Robey st " 958 

Dania ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road " 699 

Dashiel St., from Thirty-first St. to Egan ave " 539 

Davis St., from Division st, to North ave *' 809 

Davis St., from North ave. to Waubansia ave " 700 

Deering st., from Archer ave. to River " 195 

Doming Court, from Clark St. to Lake View ave " 960 



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Dixon 8t., from North iivr. to lllooinitiKdalf rond " 810 

DuMlry Hi., from ClylKiurn riiirr to WiiiiI)UIim1h iiV(! " 454 

iMidlry Ht ., I'roin ( hlciijfo n vr. to A iiRiihtii Ht *' <MJH 

KnHt wood iiv<«., from lliilHtrd Ht. to ShfltU'ld live " %l 

Kiirly uvr., from KviinHton avtv to Soiit liport uvc ** 'M) 

^ KtlRiir St.. Irom Nortli live, to (;iyt)oiirii live ! HIO 

|l P'jfHn iivcv, from Wimtworth nvv. to HiilHird Ht " <)61 

|| Klainc IMiic«'., I rom KoMcoc Ht. to Coriicliii Ht " ?HJ1 

jl KIstoii avc, t roiii I'lillcrtoii iivc. to Snow Ht " K(J9 

ii Kmorald avo., from Kkiui avc. to P%)rty-8ovc'nth Bt *' 744 

j! KxchanRo nw., from KiRhiy-Hcvcnth Ht. to South (JhlcaRO ave " 958 

FairM«'l(| avc, from Lakr si. tod A: N. W. II. It " 5i:{ 

Fairfield a\r.. from North ave. to (Jourtlarid 8t " 1257 

Fairllold av»<., from Twcllth St. to Harvard 8t " .'{66 

Farrcll St., from Arclirr ave. to Hickory 8t *' 958 

'! Fifteenth St., fi om Western ave. to California ave " 365 

Fifty-seeond St., from Drexel ave. to Lake ave " 1013 

1 Fifty-fourth st,, from Drexel ave. to Woodlawn ave 958 

Fifty-fourtli St., fronj Lake ave. to Drexel ave ■ " 958 

, Flfty-llfth St., from Lake ave. to Cottaire Grove ave *' 1047 

! Fillmore St., from Western ave. to Rockwell 8t " 464 

j Fletcher St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st " 743 

Florence ave., from Diversey st. to Wrightwood ave " 957 

F"'lournoy St., from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave 808 

Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st " 366 

Forty-second st., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes ave " 958 

Forty-third St., from State St. to I. C. R. R " 1047 

Forty-fourth St., from St. Lawrence ave. to Grand boul " 1013 

Forty-fourth st., from Cottaere Grove ave. to St. Lawrence av " 958 

Forty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Paulina st " 1047 

Francisco St., from Monroe st. to Van Buren st " 1014 

FuUerton ave. from Elston ave. to Milwaukee ave " 1014 

Fulton St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 934: 

Gardner st., from Halsted st. to Vine st 454 

Gorden terrace, from Halsted St. to Lake Michig-an " 1013 

Grace St.. from Clark st. to Lake Michigan " 9.57 

i Graceland ave., from Lincoln ave. to Alexander ave " 1015 

Groveland ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Northern terminus " 424 

Grove ct.. from Larrabee St. to Orchard St " 809 

Gross ave,. from North ave. to Courtland st " 777 

Halsted St., from Evanston ave. to Sulzer st " 1047 

Halsted st,, from Egan ave. to Sixty-ninth st " 1047 

Hanover St., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-third st " 1015 

Hamlin ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie st " 1014 

Hammond St., from Eugenie st. to Tell ct " 959 

Harvard St. from Campbell ave. to California ave " 1014 

Heine St., fi'om North ave. to Armitage ave '* 700 

Hervey St., from Wood st. to Robey st " 809- 

Hickory St., from Main St. to Lock St " 960 

Hoyne ave., from Twenty-second St. tj Blue Island ave " 298 

Hoyne ave., from Thirteenth st. to Twenty-second st " 808 

Hoyne ave., from Chicago ave. to Division st " 609' 

Hoyne ave., trom Armitage ave, to Asylum place " 809 

Humboldt St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 699 

' Irving ave., from Fulton St. to Kinzie st " 513 

Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave " 700^ 

Johnston ave., from California ave. to Humboldt Park blvd " 700 

Keeley St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st " 925- 

Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st. to Twelfth st " 810 

Lake St., from Homan ave. to Crawford ave " 808 

Lake ave., from Fifty-first St. to Fifty-seventh st " 1047 

i Langley ave., from Forty-second St. to Forty-fourth st " 958 

La Salle St., from Archer ave. to Twenty-second st " 699 

i Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st " 924 



INDEX 



XXXIII 



Lawrence ave., from Sheffield ave. to Ashland ave 1047 

Leavitt St., from Thirteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 584 

Leavitt St., from North ave. to Waubansia ave. " 810 

Lewis St., from Clybourn ave. to Belden ave 810 

Lincoln ave., from Belmont ave. to Addison St " 1015 

Lincoln St., from Twelfth St. to Blue Island ave.. " 808 

Lincoln St., from Polk St. to Taylor st " 959 

Lock St., from Archer ave. to South branch Chicago River , " 808 

Lydia St.. from Desplaines st. to Halsted st " 808 

Maplewood ave., from Division st. to North ave " 777 

Milwaukee ave., from FuUerton ave. to Logan square. " 960 

Millard ave., from Twenty-sixth St. to Twenty-eighth st " 809 

Mozart St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 700 

Napoleon place, from Stewart ave. to Wallace st — " 809 

Nellie ave. from Evans ave. to East line blk. 6 and 7 Hundley sub. in Pine Grove. . " 959 

Ninetieth St., from The Strand to Manistee ave " 1046 

Noble ave.. from Clark st. to Sheffield ave " 959 

North ave., from Kedzie ave. to Tinkham ave " 934 

K orwood ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 809 

Oakley ave., from North ave. to Waubansia ave " 700 

- Oakley ave., from Division St. to North ave " 810 

Oakley ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Hamburg st " 960 

Ontario ave., from Eighty-ninth St. to South Chicago ave " 1014 

Osborne St., from Indiana st. to Ohio st " 80^ 

Otis St.. from Division st. to Vedder st " 959 

Paulina St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-eighth st " 808 

Penn st., from Division st. to Vedder st *' 959 

Pine Grove ave., from Grace st. to Cornelia st " 959 

Pleasant St., from Division st. to Vedder st " 959 

Potomac av., from Webster ave. to California ave " 811 

Powell ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave " 809 

Racine ave., from Lincoln ave. to Addison st " 1015 

Rice St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st " 777 

Richmond St., Chicago ave. to Division st " 924 

Robey st., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st " 958 

Rockwell St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 777 

Rockwell St., from Division St. to North ave " 810 

Rockwell St.. from Twelfth st. to Twenty-second st " 584 

Rokeby St., from Addison st. and Graceland ave S. & A., N. D., 1015. File 1060 

Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st Approved 959 

Roscoe boul., from Robey st. to Western ave " 744 

Root St., from State st. to Halsted st " 743 

Sawyer ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R " 398 

Seminary ave., from Fullerton ave. to Diversey st " 1013 

Seventeenth St., from Loomis St. to Wood st " 959 

Seward st., from Canalport ave. to Lumber st " 514 

Seymour ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave , " 699 

Sheffield ave., from Clark st. to Addison st " 958 

Sheffield ave., from North ave. to Clybourn ave " 959 

Shields ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st " 366 

Sixteenth St., from Halsted st. to Throop st " 960 

Sixteenth st.^ from Western ave. to California ave , " 398 

Sixty-third St., from Stony Island ave. to Cottage Grove ave " 1047 

South Chicago ave., from Commercial ave. to Ninety-second st •. " 1014 

South Chicago ave., from Seventy-first st. to South Park ave. and thence in South 

Park aye. to Sixty-third st " 1115 

South Park ave., from Fifty-first St. to Fifty-fifth st " 1047 

Southport ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave " 1013 

Spring St., from State st. to Wentworth ave ; " 584 

Sulzer St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st . " 744r 

Superior St., from Leavitt st. to Rockwell st " 959 

Thirtieth st., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave ; " 699 

Thirty-second St., from Laurel st. to Ullman st " 584 

Thirty-third St., from C, R. I. & P. R. R. to Halsted st ' " 1013 



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INDKX 



Thiity-foiii th St.. from SoiitJi Piirk »ivc. lo ItliodoH Hve " 51:5 

Thlrly-loiii tli hI., from FliilstctI . to liiiurrl nl " 8U« 

Tlilrty-Hlxth nt., from Sliite Ht. to Iiidliimi nva " 958 

'riiirly-t lHrlil h si., I roiii \ViiI»iihIi ii\ c. lo Wciitworth uvt* *' 957 

'I'liomuN St., trom Srymour hI . lo ('iillforiiiii iiv " 8()1* 

Troy Ht.. from Colorado uve. to .luckHon 8t " 1014 

Twrirth SI., from Kcclzit- iivc. to DoukIuh IMirk houl " UOH 

Twciily srcoiid si., 1 roiii 'rriniihiill iivo. to liiiwtidaUi avo " 104H 

Twciily-m>(;oiid Mt., from WosUm'H avo. toTnimbuU avo " 454 

Twciily-scviMith Ht., from llaiiovc^r Ht. to Wallace Ht " 1014, BOH 

T\voiityM«lK-lill» Ht., Irom \V<Mit woi th avo. to Waliaco 8t " W\ 

Van Morn st., from Kohcy hI. to WcHt-crii avo " .W) 

Van Horn st., from Lalliri Ht. to Wood Ht " 1014 

■ Voruon av., from Thlrty-Bovo;itli Ht. to Ekhii av *' 424 

Viiiccimcs avc, from Forty-Hovcuth Ht. to Fil'ty-flrHt Ht '* 1014 

Waltaiisia avc, from WoHterii av(!. to HaHil av(! " 924 

"Washtenaw avo., from Division 'St. to North ave " 744 

Washtenaw ave., from North avo. to Armitajfe avc " 699 

WcliinK-ton st., from Sheflield avo. to Clark st " 10J5 

Western avo., from Indiana st. to Chicago ave " 514 

Western avo., from Chicago avo. to North ave " 924 

Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to Van Buren St. . ■ " 924 

Wilmot avo.. from Lcavitt st. to Armitageave " 960 

Windsor avo., from Shelliold ave. to Halsted st " 1047 

Wood St., from Archer ave. to Egan ave •' 810 

Wood St., from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 961 



ESTIMATES OF COST OF STREET IMPROVEMEXT. 

Alley, N., Block 5, Ashland 3nd Addn., curbing, grading, and paving Approved 452 

Alley, Block 2, Bushnell's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 918 

Allej', Block 3, Bushnell's Addn., cui'bing, grading and paving *' 222 

Alley, Blocks 6 and 11, Busnnell's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 918 

Alley, Block 16, Bushnell's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 278 

Alley, Block 17, Butler, Wright & Webster's Addn., curbing, grading and paving.. . " 278 

Alley, Block 19, Bushnell's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 1007 

Alleys, Block 22, Bushnell's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 919 

Alleys, S. 14, Block 1, Canal Trustees' Subn., Sec. 7, 39, 14, curbing, grading and 

paving " 1433 

Alleys, Block 3, Canal Trustees' Subn., Sec. 3, 39, 14, curbing, grading and paving. . " 278 
Allej% Block 5, Canal Trustees' Sabn,, W. Yz Sec 37, 39, 14, curbing, grading and 

paving " 1294 

Alleys, Block 7, Canal Trustees' Subn., Frael. Sec. 3, 39, 14, curbing, grading and 

paving " 278 

Alley, Block 8, Canal Trustees' Subn., Fracl. Sec. 3, 39, 14, curbing, grading and , 

paving " 1256 

Alleys, W. Vz Block 8, Canal Trustees' Subn., Sec. 27, 39. 14, curbing, grading and 

paving " 145 

Allej-s, Block 9, Canal Trustees' Subn., W. Y2 W. 1/2 N. E. 14 Sec, 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving , " 397 

Alleys, Sub. Block 2, Block 10, Canal Trustees' Subn., of part of W. Y Sec. 5, 39, 14, 

curbing, grading and paving " 1256 

Allej'S, Block 12. Canal Trustees' Subn., W. % W, Y2 N. E. I4 Sec- 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 397 

Allleys. Sub. Block 2, Block 13. Canal Trustees' Subn., part W. Y2 Sec. 5, 39, 14, 

curbing, grading and paving. . " 1257 

Alleys, Sub. Block 1, Block 13, Canal Trustees' Subn., part W. Yz Sec. 5, 39, 14, 

curbing, grading and paving " 1356 



INDEX 



XXXV 



Alleys, Block 15, Canal Trust. Sub , Sec. 17, 39, 14, curbing-, grading and paving " 340 

Alley, Block, 17, Canal Trust. Sub., W. y^, W. 14, N. E. Sec. 17, 39. 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 453 

Alley, Sub. Block 3, Block 30, Canal Trust. Sub., S. Fracl. Sec. 39, 39, 14, curbing, 

filling and paving " 1394 

Alleys, Block 21 and 30, Canal Trust. Sub., S. E. 34» Sec. 17. 39, 14, curbing, grading 

and paving " 340 

Alleys, E. V2, Blocks 31 and 30, Canal Trust. Sub., S. E. %, Sec. 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 398 

Alleys, Block 33, Canal Trust. Sub., S. Fracl. Ji, Sec. 3, 39, 14, curbing, grading and 

paving " 424 

Alley, E. Block 34, Canal Trust. Sub., W. V^, W. X, N. E. Sec. 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 453 

Alley. W. Block 35, Canal Trust. Sub., W. hi, W. 14, S. E. H, Sec. 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 340 

Alleys. Block 38, Canal Trust. Sub., W. 14, W. V2, N. E. Sec. 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 610 

Alley, Block 37, Canal Trust. Sub., W. W. 14, N.E. Ji, Sec. 17, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 486 

Alley, S. 34, Block 43, Canal Trust. Sub., Sec. 7, 39, 14, curbing, grading and paving. " 775 
Alley, S. Y2, Block 45, Canal Trust. Sub., Sec. 7, 39, 14, curbing, grading and paving. " 803 

Alley, Block 46, Canal Trust. Sub., Sec. 33, 40, 14, curbing, grading and paving " 453 

Alley, Block 50„ C. T. new Subn. of Blocks in C. T. Subn., S. E. Fracl. Ji, Sec. 31, 

39, 14, curbing, filling and paving " 1356 

Alleys, E. ¥2, Blocks 81 and 83, C. T. Subn., W. 14, Sec. 37, 39, 14, curbing, grading 

and paving " 145 

Alleys, E. 14, Block 88, C. T. Subn., W. 1/2, Sec. 37, 39 14, curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 451 

Alley, W. Vz, Block 98, C. T. Subn., W. Sec. 37, 39, 14, curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 163 

Alley, E. Block 99, C. T. Subn., W. Sec. 37, 39, 14, curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 16| 

Alley, W. y^. Block 99", C. T. Subn., W. i/^, Sec. 37, 39, 14, curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 163 

Alley, S. Block 13, Fort Dearborn Addn., grading and paving . . " 378 

Alley, Block 15. Elston's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 1501 

Alleys, Block 17, Elston's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 1434 

Alleys, Block 33, Elston's Addn., curbing, grading and paving. " 1356 

Alleys, Harbin's and Rowen's Subn., part Sec. 5, 39. 14, curbing, grading and paving " 1003 

Alleys, Block 4, Newberry's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 278 

Alleys, Block 5, Newberry's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 278 

Alley, Block 6, Newberry's Addn., curbing, grading and paving "• 333 

Alleys, Block 7, Newberry's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 163 

Alleys, Block 16, Ogden's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 1004 

Alleys, Block 19, Ogden's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 1004 

Alleys, Block 45, Original Town, curbing, grading and paving 560 

Alleys, N. y2 of W. alley and S. of E. alley, N. and S., in Block 143, School Sec. 

Addn., curbing, grading and paving- " 95 

Alleys, Blocks 13 and 13, S. F, Smith's Sub. N. E. M N. E. 14 Sec. 18, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 743 

Alleys, Sub. Block, I, Taylor's Sub., Block 1, Assessor's Divn.. E. H N.'W. 14 Sec. 8, 

39, 14, curbing, grading and paving " 143 

Alley, E. and W., Block 5, H. O. Stone's Subn. of Astor's Addn., curbing, grading 

and paving , " 143 

Alleys, Sub. Block 3, Taylor's Sub. &c.. E. V2 N. W. 3^ Sec. 8, 39, 14, curbing, grading 

and paving " 1370 

Alleys, Sub. Block 4, Taylor's Sub., &c., E. Yz N. W. 14 Sec. 8, 39, 14, curbing, grading 

and paving " 1370 

Alleys, Sub. Block 5, Taylor's Sub., &c., E. Y2 N. W. 14 Sec. 8, 39, 14, curbing, grading 

and paving . . " 1370 

Alleys, Sub. Block 3, Taylor's Subn., Block 1, &c., E V2 N. W. 14 Sec. 8, 39, 14, curbing, 

grading and paving " 1370 

Alley, Block 1, Union Park Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 333 

Alleys, Block 13, Wolcott's Addn., curbing, grading and paving " 163 



XXXVI 



INDEX 



All«yM. MIock l.l, Wrtlcolfh Addri., (Mirhliiw, KniilliiK- and piivinar " 223 

Allt-yH, Hlock lit. Wolcdtl'H Addn., tMii liliiK, Ki udliiKiiiMl piivlii(f 1045 

AlU'.VH, llloi'k :i<), WoNol t ■« Addn., curl)inK, KnidiiiK Mild p.tviiiK' ** 278 

AllryH, lllork Ul, Wolcott'H Addn., curliiiiK-, Kiadliijc and pavliijf " 278 

AllryH, Mlock 22, Wolcott'H Addn., ciirltliiK', ifradiriK ufmI |)U\'liifl^ " 222 

AUryH, Hlock 2»l, Wolcott'H Addii, (Mirl»luK,Kradii)K' ftiid paviiiK " 2213 

AllfyH, Itlock Wolcott'B Addn., und Itlock 5, Kiii/ie'H Addn., curbing, Krading 

and puvInK *' 870 

An(>y, niock Wolcotfs Addn., curblnK', KradinK' and pnvlnir " 1255 

All<'y,S. lUock (i, Wi iKht'rt Addn., ('iirhinff. KraduiK and paving *' 1250 

Alloy, W. 'i Block it, Sec.:tJ, 40, 11. c;url)inK,grading and paving *' 1(X)2 

AlU'y, between Ada Ht. and Noble Ht. and VV, Eric St. and VV. Ohio St., curbing, grad- 
ing and paving '* 1.'169 

Alley, from Ashland avo. to Paulina St., between Madison st. and Warren ave., 

curbing, grading and paving " 1003 

Alloy, W., N. and S., from Harber st. to Wright St., between Halsted st. and Union 

St., eui bing, grading and paving " 12.55 

Alley, from iiradley st. to lilackhawk St., between Cleaver st. and Noble St., curb- 
ing, grading and paving " 1294 

Alleys, E. and W., from Centre ave. to Lytle St., between Gilpin St. and McAllister 

St., curbing, grading and paving " 398 

Alleys, between N. Centre ave. and Elizabeth St. and between W. Erie st. and W. 

Ohio St., curbing, grading and paving " 1370 

Alley, from Van Buren st. to Congress st„ between Fifth avenue and Franklin St., 

curbing, grading and paving " 340 

Alley, from N. Centre ave. to Noble St., bet. W. Chicago ave. and Fry St., curbing, 

grading and paving " 1294 

Alleys, from Chicago ave. to Locust st., bet. Townsend st. and Milton ave., curbing, 

grading and paving " 451 

Alley, from W. Division st. to Noble St., first north of Milwaukee ave., curbing, 

grading and paving — ... " 1294 

Alley, from Eighteenth st. to Twentieth St., bet. Wabash, and >^ichigan aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 94.538 

Alley, from Elizabeth st. to Ada St., bet. W, Erie and Ohio sts., curbing, grading 

and paving " 1370 

Alley, from Ann st. to Elizabeth st., bet. Lake and Fulton sts., curbing, grading 

and paving '* 316 

Alley, from Harrison st. to Polk st., bet. Fifth ave. and Sherman St., curbing, 

grading and paving " 245 

\ Alley, from Noble st. to C. & N. W. R. R., bet. Bradley and Sloan sts., curbing, 

grading and paving •* 1257 

Alley, from Noble st. to C. & N. W. R. R., bet. W. Division and Sloan sts.. curbing, 

grading and paving " 1255 

Alley, from Schiller st. to Burton Place, bet. State and Dearborn sts, curbing, 

grading and paving " 801 

Alley, from Twenty-first st. to Twenty-second St., bet. State st. and Wabash ave., 

curbing, grading and paving " 367 

Alley, from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-third St.. bet, Michigan and Indiana aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 367 

Alley, from Twenty-third st. to Twenty-fourth St., bet. State and Dearborn sts., 

curbing, grading and paving " 1256 

Alley, from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth St., bet. Wabash and Michigan aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 665 

Alley, from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth St., het. State and Dearborn sts., 

curbing, grading and paving " 1256 

Alley, from Twenty-sixth st. to Twr^nty eighth st., bet. State st. and Wabash ave., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-ninth St., bet. Calumet and South Park 

aves., curbing, grading and paving " 163 

Alley, from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirtieth St., bet. Indiana and Prairie aves., curb- 

■ ing, grading and paving " 367 

Alley, from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirtieth St., bet. State st. and Wabash ave., curb- 
ing, grading and paving 145 

Alley, from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirtieth St., bet. Vernon and Cottage Grove 



't 



INDEX XXXVII 

aves., curbing, grading: and paving " 163 

Alley, from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirtieth st., bet. Groveland and Cottage Grove 

aves., curbing, grading and paving " 665 

Alley, from Twentyninth st. to Ray St., bet. Calumet and South Park aves., curb- 
ing, grading and paving " 164 

Alley, from Th rtietb st. to Thirty first St., bet. Vernon and Cottage Grove aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 163,233 

Alley, from Thirtieth st. to Thirty-first St., bet. Vernon and South Park aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 163 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second St., bet. State st. and Wabash ave., 

curbing, grading and paving. " 143 

Alley, f rnm Thirty-first St. to Thirty-second St., bet. Calumet and South Park aves., 

curbing, grading and paving. " 145 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second St., bet. Prairie and Forrest aves., 

curbing, grading and paving: .... ........... . . " ,14S 

Al'.ey, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second St., bet. Wabash and Michigan aves., ' ' ; ' ' , , 

curbing, grading and paving " ' ' ' 143 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second st., bet. Forrest and Calumet aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second St., bet. Rhodes and Cottage Grove 

aves., curbing, grading and paving " . 144 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second St., bet South Park and Vernon aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second St., bet. Cottage Grove and Groveland 

aves., curbing, grading and paving " 1003 

Alley, from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-second st , bet. Vernon and Rhodes aves., 

curbing grading and paving . " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third St., bet. Calumet and South Park 

aves., curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third st., bet. Rhodes and Cottage Grove 

aves.. curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third St., bet. South Park and Vernon aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third St., bet. Indiana and Prairie aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 143 

A-lley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third St., bet. Indiana and Michigan aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 143 

Alley, from Thirty-second St. to Thirty-third St., bet. Prairie and Forrest aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third st., bet. Calumet and Forrest aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third st., bet. Wabash and Michigan aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 143 

Alley, from Thirty-second st. to Thirty-third St., bet. State st. and Wabash ave., 

curbing, grading and paving " 143 

Alley, from Thirty -second st. to Thirty-third St., bet. Vernon and Rhodes aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 144 

Alley, from Thirty-third st. to Thirty-fourth st., bet. Wabash and Michigan aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 94 

Alley, from Thirty-third St. to Thirty-fourth St., bet. South Park and Vernon 

aves.. curbing, grading and paving " 223 

Alley, between Thirty-third st. and Douglas ave., and Forrest and Calumet aves., 

curbing, grading and paving " 883 

Alley, between Thirty-third st. and Douglas ave., and Calumet and South Park 

aves., curbing, grading and paving " 480 

Alley, between Thirty-fourth st. and Douglas ave., and Michigan and Indiana aves., 

curbing, grading and paving , " 94 

Alley, between Thirty-eighth st. and Egan ave., curbing, grading and paving " 883 

Alley, between Warren ave. and Washington boui., from Homan ave. 200 feet East, 

curbing, grading and paving " 176 

Aberdeen st., from Taylor st. to Damon st., curbing, filling and paving " 339 

Aberdeen St., from Evanston ave. to Shefiield ave, curbing, filling and macadamiz- 
ing » 918 

Addison st., from N. Clark st. to Lake Michigan, curbing, grading and macadamiz- 



XXXVIII 



iNJ)i':x 



JUK 919 

Adii St., from C, St. L. & V. It. It. to C. & N. W. 11. It, curbing, griuliiiK and piivliiK " 918 
Aitislic Kt., t'rotii I<iVuiiH <)ii live, to Riidtorn torniiitus, cuvlAng, (.{-ruditiif unU ma- 

«-a<liiinl/.liiK **• 802 

Alltimy iiv«>., from Iittk<» Ht. to Kliizlo Ht,, cui ldnx- a i<I nillu«- " 802 

Alhaiiy a\ »•., I'lom Ijikc st. to Mailisoii hI., ciirljitiy-, flllitiK and pa vlnir " .'{16 

Albaiij- avr., I roiu I.akr hI . I<t K iii/.ic St.. RradiiiK' ii"d paviiijf " 958 

Alliany avo., Irom ( olonnlo a\('. loTwclfth fit,, curbioK, flllliiK' and paving *' 803 

Alhaiiy avc, from ( uloi ado avc to W. llarriHoti Kt., (fiirltiiiw, nilitiKniid [javiiif^-. . . " l!iOO 

AldiiM" St., from Kkum five, to Norlli t(?riidiiii.s, (;iirl)iiiK, KrudiiiK iiiid puviiiR " 5i4 

Aml)rosi« st., from Wood st. to Loavitt si,, (Mirbiiig-, flllin;? and paviny " 608 

Ann St., from Kniton st.. to C. & N. W. 11. It , curbing-, frra'linx and pavlriff " iU9 

Ashland avc. from ('lyt)onrn ave. to FulUirton avo., (;urbhiK, filling and [)aviny " 871 

Ashland av(> , l ioin Archcrr avo. to Houtli Hranch of ilivor, curbing, filling imd 

paving- " 918 

Ashhmd avo., from (Iracoland ave. to Sulzer st., curbing-, grading and paving *' 803 

Aslilniid avo., from (Jraooland av(!. to llolmont avo., ourbinjf, irradin^- and paving. " 919 

Apylnm |)laco. Irom Elston avo. to Loavitt St., ciarbing, filling and paving " 1003 

Argylo St., I rom Kvanston avo. to Eastern terminus, curbing " 1501 

Argyle st., from Evanston avc. to Eastern terminus, curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 1045 

Armitago ave., from Milwaukee ave. to California ave., curbing, filling and paving. " 742 

Auburn St., from Thirty-first st. to Douglas avo.. curbing, filling and paving *' 743 

Avon place, from Hoyne ave. to vVestern terminus, curbing, filling and paving " 123 

Avon i)laoo, from Hoyno ave. to Roboy St., curbing, filling and pavmg " 145 

Basil avc, from North ave. to Bloomingdale road, curbing, filling and paving " 742 

Bellevue place, from Rush st. to Western terminus, curbing, filling and paving. . . . " 163 

Belmont avc, from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave, curbing, filling and paving.. " 1300 

Belmont ave., from Clark st. to Lincoln ave., curbing, grading and paving " 698 

Benton place, from Wabash ave. to W. line N. and S. alley, paving " 95 

Bonfield st.. from Archer ave. to Thirty-first St., curbing, filling and paving " 881 

Bonfiold St., from Archer ave. to Hickory St., curbing, filling and paving " 1259 

Bonney av^e., from Ogden ave. to W. Twenty.sixth St., curbing, filling and paving " 1002 
Buffalo ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second St., grading and macadam- 
izing " 1007 

Burling St., from Garfield ave to Webster ave. curbing, grading and paving " 434 

Burton place, from State St. to Lake Shore Drive, grading and paving " 1008 

Byron St., from Shelfield ave. to Halsted St., curbing, grading and macadamizing. " 918 
California ave., from Ogden ave. to W. Twenty-second St., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 1006 

California avc, from Division st. to North avc, curbing, filling and paving " 882 

California ave., from W. Twenty-second st. to W, Twenty-sixth St., curbing, filling 

and paving " 1005 

California ave., from W. Twelfth st. to Ogden avc, curbing, filling and paving " 1006 . 

California avc, from W. Chicago ave. to Division St., curbing, filling and paving. . " 919 

Central Park avc, from Ogden ave. to Douglas avc, curbing, filling and paving. . " 163 
Central Park avc, from Ogden avc to W. Twenty-second St., curbing, filling and 

paving " 918 

Charlton St., from Ridge ave. to Northern terminus, curbing, filling and macadam- 
izing " 870 

Chatham court, from Hobble st. to Division St., curbing, filling and paving. . . " 453 

Chestnut st., from Market St., to Western terminus, grading and paving " 378 

W. Chicago avc, from Loavitt st. to California avc, curbing, filling and paving. .. " 954 

W. Chicago avc, from Pine st. to point 600 ft. East, curbing, grading and paving. . " 332 

Clark St., from Fullerton ave. to Diversey St., curbing grading and paving " 776 

Clark St., from Fullerton ave. to Centre St., grading and paving " 1008 

Clark st.^ from Sixteeeth st. to Archer avc, grading and paving " 1004 

Clay St., from Halsted st. to Sheffield ave,, curbing, filling and paving " 956 

Clarinda St., from Ashland ave. to Wood St., curbing, filling and paving " 1394 

Cleveland avc, from Walla2e St. to Winter st,. curbing, filling and macadamizing. " 919 

Clinton St., from Randolph st. to Fulton St., grading and paving " 956 

Colorado avc, from Jackson st. to Central Park ave.^ curbing, filling and paving. . " 1006 

Commercial avc, from Ninetieth st. to Ninety-second St., curbing, filling and paving " 803 
Commercial avc, from Ninety-sixth st. to One Hundredth St., curbing, filling and 



INDEX 



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paving- " 1115 

Commercial ave., from S. Chicago ave. to Ninety-sixth st., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 1070' 

Commercial ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave., curbing, filling, and paving. . " 93(> 
Commercial ave., from Eighty- seventh st. to Ninetieth st., curbing, filling and 

paving , "919, 1051 

Congress st., from Loomis st. to Ogden ave. , macadamizing " 37T 

Cooper St., from Clybourn ave. to Fullerton ave., curbing, filling and paving " 955 

Cottage Grove ave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Ninety-fifth st., curbing and macad- 
amizing ■' 1003 

Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood boul. to Fifty-first st., grading and paving ... " 954 

Cornelia St., from Halsted st. to Lake Michigan, curbing, grading and macadam- C 883 

izing , " (1340 

Concord place, from Clybourn place to Sheffield ave., curbing, filling and paving. " 1003 

Courtland st., from Robey st. to Leavltt st , curbing, filling and paving *' 1006 

Courtland St., from Western ave. to Kinzie St., curbing, filling and paving " 801 

Curtis St., from W. Huron st. to May St., curbing, filling and paving " 1004 

Danla ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road, curbing, filling and paving " 1086 

Dashiel St., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave., curbing, filling and paving " 930 

Davis St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave., curbing, grading and paving '* 743 

Davis St., from North ave. to W. Division St., curbing, filling and paving " 919 

Dearborn St., from Sixteenth st. to St. Charles Air Line Ry., curbing, grading and 

paving " 367 

Dearborn St., from Twenty-seventh st. to Thirty-third St., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 316 

Doming court, from Clark St. to Lake View ave., curbing, filling and paving '• 1007 

Desplaines St., from Adams st. to Harrison st., grading and paving " 955 

Dickson St., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road, curbing, filling and paving. . . " 803 

Dudley St., from W. Chicago ave. to Augusta St., curbing, filling and paving " 1006 

Dudley st., from Henry st. to Asylum place, curbing, filling and paving " 1503 

Earley ave., from Evanston ave. to Southport ave., curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 803 

Eastwood ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st., curbing, grading and macadam- 
izing 803 

Edbrooke Place, from Western ave. to Powell ave., curbing, filling and paving " 1501 

Edgar St., from North ave. to West Clybourn Place, curbing, filling and paving *' 930 

Eleventh st., from Morgan st. to Blue Island ave., grading and paving " 803 

Eleventh St., from Throop st. to Ashland ave., grading and paving " 367 

Elaine Place, from Roscoe st. to Cornelia St., curbing, grading and macadamizing 

S. and A. N. D. 890, Filed 1059 

Ellis ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third st., curbing, grading and macadamizing. Approved 1501 

Elston ave., from Snow st. to Diversy st., curbing, filling and paving " 1007 

Elston ave., from Snow st. to Fullerton ave., curbing, filling and paving " 1005 

Emerald ave., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave., curbing, filling and paving " 398 

Emerald ave., from Thirty-first st. to Twenty-ninth St., curbing, filling and paving " 162 

Emerald ave., from Egan ave. to Forty-seventh st., curbing, filling and paving " 801 

Emmerson ave., from Wood st. to Leavitt st., grading and paving " 453 

Emily st., from Wood st. to Ashland ave., curbing, filling and paving " 1004 

Erie ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-first St., grading and macadamizing. . " 954 

Evans ave., from Union st. to Halsted st., curbing, filling and paving " 94 

Evans ave., from Forty-second st. to Forty-third st., curbing, filling and paving. . . " 1005 
Exchange ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st., curbing, filling and 

paving " 743 

Fairfield ave., from Lake st. to C. & N. W. R. R., curbing aud filling " 340 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard St., curbing, filling and paving " 340 

Fairfield ave., from North ave to Courtland ave., curbing, filling and paving " 775 

Farrell St., from Archer ave. to Hickory st., curbing, filling and paving 955 

Fifth ave., from Harrison st. to Polk St., grading and paving " 1115 

Fifty-first st,, from State st. to Grand boul., curbing, filling and paving " 1005 

Fifty-second St., from Lake ave. to Drexel boul,, curbing, grading and macadamiz- 
ing • " 803 

Fifty-fourth St., from Lake ave. to Drexel boul., curbing, grading and macadamiz- 
ing " 803 

Fifty-fourth St., from Wooodlawn ave. to Drexel boul., curbing, grading, and ma- 



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INDEX. 



(Muliiml/.liiir 881 

Klfty-llfiii St., liom I^akn Rvo. to ('ottuKO Orovo avo., ciirblnif, ffrad 111(7 an<l i)aviiifr. ' 10()8 

KH'ly-Hlxth Ht,. fnmi Wrlifht Ht. to Wulluoo Ht., curhlii)?, lUliiij? uii<i iinu;tt<IiinilzliiK " IfjOl 

l'"l('t«'licr Hi.. Inmi K\ aiisl(ni iivc. to HiilHtcd Hf ., (riirbliitf, lIlliiiK- and piiviiiK " HO'>i 

IMoiTii«M> jivr , f loiii WrlK*i< ^vo<mI iivf. (o Dlvcrncfy Ht., ciii hinK, tHIiiiK and pavliiK". . ** 89;{ 

I'lorlinoiid Hi., I ioiii WtdlH hI Io Kniiiklln Ht., (.'urljliiK, filling and i)avlnK " 1008 

Floiirnoy Ht., troiii ( 'iiliroriilii iivr. Io KninclHco Ht., curhiiiK and fllliiiif '* 278 

l"l(»iirnoy hI., from l.ciiv ill si. to Oakloy av(;., cm binR, lllliriK and pa\ Intf ** HUl 

l-'ouiili avc, I'roni Jackson Ht. to Harrison St., trrading- and paving " 315 

Tort iol li St.. from IjaiiK^'y avo. to Vinconnes avc, cUrbintf, grading and niacad- 

anii/ioK 1(X)4 

Forty-sceoud si., from Langlcy ave. to Cottage Grove avo., curblnif, grading and 

nia(;adami/inK " ^54 

Forty-second Ht., from Langiey avo. to Vlncennes ave., curbing and macadamiz- 
ing 955 

Forty-tlurd St., from State st. to Illinois Central U. II., curbing gradingand paving " 954 
Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Lawrence ave., curbing, grading 

and macadaniizlng " 870 

Forty-nintii st., from State st. to South Parle ave., curbing, grading and paving. .. " 1340 

Fi-aiicisc'o St., from Monroe St. to Van Buren St., curbing, grading and paving " 956 

Fullcrton ave., from Elston avo. to Milwaukee ave, curbing, grading and paving.. " 953 

Fiillcrton ave., S. from Clark st. to North Park ave., curbing and macadamizing " 1(X)3 

Fulton St., from Kodzie ave. to Homan ave., curbing, filling and paving " 882 

Fulton St., from Kcdzie ave. to California ave., paving 94, 367 

Fulton St., from Rockwell st. to California ave., grading and paving " 122 

Gorden terrace, from Halsted St. to Lake Michigan, curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 1002 

Grace St., from Clark st. to 130 feet of Lake Michigan, curbing, grading and ma- 
cadamizing , " 918 

Graceland ave., from Alexander ave. to Lincoln ave., curbing, grading and ma- 
cadamizing " 1007 

Greenwich st., from Robey st. to Leavitt st., curbing, grading and paving " 1434 

Greenwood ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third St., curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 1501 

Groveland ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Northern terminus, curbing, grading 

and paving " 94 

Grove Court, from Larrabee st. to Orchard St.. curbing, grading and paving " 452 

Gross ave.. from North ave. to Courtland ave., curbing, grading and paving " 775 

Halsted st., from Egan ave. to Sixty-nintb st., curbing, filling and paving " 1369 

Halsted st., from Evanston aTe. to Sulzer st,, curbing, grading and macadamizing " 1004 

Hamlin ave., from W. Chicago ave. to North ave., curbing, filling and paving " 1005 

Hammond St., from Eugenie st. to Tell court, curbing, filling and paving " 1008 

Hanover St., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-third St., curbing, filling and paving " 955 

Harrison St., from State st. to Michigan ave., grading and paving " 197 

Harrison St., from Clinton St. to Halsted St., grading and paving " 955 

Harrison St., from C, R. I. & P. Ry. to S. branch Chicago river, grading and paving " 339 

Harvard St., from Campbell ave. to California ave., curbing, filling and paving " 1C07 

Harvey St., from Wood st. to Robey st., curbing, filling and paving " 920 

Hagewisch ave., from One Hundred and Thirty-first st. to Howard ave., curbing, 

grading and macadamizing " 1501 

Heine St., from North ave. to Armitage av., curbing, filling and paving " 802 

Hickory St., from Main st. to Lock St., curbing, filling and paving " 2001 

High St., from Webster ave. to Fullerton ave., curbing, filling and paving 1257 

Hill St., from Wells st. to Sedgwick St., curbing, filling and paving ; . . . " 955 

Hinche St., Clybourn ave., Blackhawk st., curbing, filling and paving " 955 

Hinman st., from Blue Island ave. to Robey st., filling and paving " 452 

Hope St., from Blue Island ave. to Morgan St., curbing, filling and paving " 340 

Hoyne ave., from Armitage ave. to Asylum place, curbing, filling and paving " 920 

Hoyne aA^e., from Chicago ave. to Division st., curbing, grading and paving " 176 

Hoyne ave., from W. Thirteenth st. to W. Twenty-second St., curbing, filling and 

paving " 881 

Hoxie ave., from Fourth st. to One Hundred andNinth St., grading and macadam- 
izing : " 1501 

Hull St., from Euginie st. to Menomonee St., curbing, grading and paving " 803 



INDEX XLI 

Humboldt St., from North ave. to Armita^e ave., curbing-, filling and paving- Approved 742 

Iglehart Place, from Twenty-seventh st. to Southern terminus, curbing-, grading 

and paving " 1002 

Illinois St., from Franklin st. to Market St., g-rading and paving- " 434 

Irving Place, from Fulton St. to Kinzie St., curbing, filling- and paving- " 34O 

Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave., curbing, filling and paving " 665 

Jefferson st., from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth st., curbing, filling and paving. " 1006 

Jefferson st, from Sixteenth st. to Twenty-second St., curbing, filling and paving. " gjg 

Jefferson st , from Harrison St. to Twelfth St., filling and paving ' gjO 

Johnson ave , from California ave. to Humboldt boul., curbing, filling and paving 1115 

Johnson st., from Eighteenth st. to Canalport ave., curbing, filling and paving " 145 

Kedzie ave., from Augusta st. to Central Park boul., curbing, filling and paving. . '• 1356 

Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st. to Twelfth st., curbing, filling and paving . " 775 

Keeley St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first St., curbing, filling and paving " 831 

Kimball ave., from Armitage ave. to Milwaukee ave., grading and macadamizing. " 1294 

Kinzie St., from Jefferson st. to May St., curbing, filling and paving " jqq7 

Laflin St., from Fourteenth st. to Sixteenth St., curbing, filling and paving " 2434 

Lake Park ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-first St., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing-. < " 1340 

Lake ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-seventh St., curbing, grading and j 1005 

paving j ia69 

La Salle st., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixth St., cujbing, fil ing and paving " 59 

La Salle St.. from Lake St. to Randolph St., grading and paving " 34Q 

Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first St., curbing, filling, and pav- 
ing- " 954 

Lawrence ave., from Sheffield ave. to Ashland ave., curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 804 

Leavitt st., from Thirteenth st. to Blue Island ave., curbing and filling " 881 

Lewis St., from Clybourn ave. to Belden ave., curbing, filling and paving " qq^ 

Lincoln ave., from Belmont ave. to Addison St., curbing, filling and paving " io04 

Lincoln ave., from Western ave. to Addison St., curbing, filling and paving " 

Lincoln ave., from Sheffield ave. to Belmont ave., curbing, grading and paving. . . 1005 

Lincoln ave, from Western ave. to Belmont ave., curbing, grading and paving. . . *• goi 

Lincoln St., from Twelfth st. to Blue Island ave., curbing, filling and paving 882 

Lincoln St., from Polk st. to Taylor St., curbing, filling and paving " 954 

Locust St., from Wells st. to Market st., grading and paving " -^.8 

Loomis St., from Twenty-second st. to S. Branch Chicago River, curbing, filling 

and paving. iqOS 

Loomis St., from Fourteenth St. to Sixteenth st., grading and paving 2393 

Lydia St., from Desplaines St. to Halsted St., curbing, filling and paving " 333 

Maple wood ave., from Division st. to North ave., curbing, filling and paving " 743 

Mark st., from Union st. to Halsted St., curbing, filling and paving 245 

Mather St., from Canal street to Clinton st, curbing, grading and paving glO 

Michigan St., from N. Clark st. to N. Water St., curbing, grading and paving " 2003 

Milwaukee ave., from Fullerton ave. to Logan square, curbing, filling and paving " 10O6 

Monroe St., from Wabash ave. to Michigan ave., grading and paving «' 297 

Montana st., from Racine ave. to Lincoln ave., grading and paving " 2257 

Moore St., from Division St. to Elm St., curbing, filling and paving " 2007 

Mather st., from Clinton st. to Jefferson st., curbing, grading and paving " 93O 

Mozart St., from North ave. to Armitage ave., curbing, filling and paving •» 775 

Napoleon place, from Stewart aye. to Wallace st., curbing, filling and paving " 665 

Napoleon place, from Stewart ave. to Wentworth ave,, curbing, filling and paving " 145 

Nassau st., from Jackson st. to Van Buren St., curbing, filling and paving " 2370 

Nineteenth st., from Union st. to Halsted St., curbing, filling and paving " 393 

Ninetieth St., from Blue Island ave. to Ashland ave., curbing, filling and paving. . " 954 

Ninetieth st., from The Strand to Manistee ave., curbing, filling and paving 2070 

Ninety-third st., from Stoney Island ave. to Jefferson st., grading and macadamiz- 
ing " 919 

Ninety-third St., from Ashkum ave., to Anthony ave., grading and macadamizing. " 2007 

Ninety-fifth St., from State st. to Stony Island ave.. grading and macadamizing. . . " 2007 

Noble ave., from Clark st. to Sheffield ave., curbing, grading and paving 9^0 

N. Fifty-ninth st., from Evanston ave. to SheflS.eld ave., curbing, grading and ma- 
cadamizing " 

North ave., from Kedzie ave. to Tinkham St., curbing, filling and paving " 881 



iM)i:x 



Norlli live., Iniiii K< il/ic iivf. (o Culiroinlii iiv<'.. ciirlilnjr. «Tn<Iiim- iiiid piivinjf Approved kTiJ' 

Norwooil a\ I roiii Ki-d/ic iiv«'. to llnimiii cur liiiiM, lllliiiK- mid piiv iiiR " 1005 

Oilkwixid live , Iroiii I )i <\«1 iiyi'. I <> N . I i no Stic. 2, 88, 14, ciirliiiiK', K^iiidinjf and piiv- 

liiR " HOI 

Oiikh-y H\ <-., I ntin Mllwiiiik€'c» avc. to lltimlmiw Ht., cui-ldiiv. fllliiiK' and pavlriK:. . . . 100« 

OakU»y avo.. I rom North axe. to Wuiiltan.Hia n\ c, ciii ljiiiu-, tilling and pavliiR 74*^ 

Oaklciy avc, froni North avo. to Division Ht., (;url)iiiR, fllliiiK and pavin«- * 742 

Ojfdcn avc, from Millard hv('. to Orau lord avo., oiirttinK. wradinK uihI pavitijf " !00:J 

OhioHt., from N. Market st. to K iiizic St.. cui-hiiiK-, Rradiiitf ari«l piiviiitf '.m 

i){ui lliindrt'd and Kourlli Ht., I'roni Ilo.xic avu. to 'I'oi roncu avo., Rradiiij? and nia- 

(■\idanii/.inw *' li"><d 

Oiilnrio avf'.. hom I'-ijility iiiiifhst. to South ChioaRO ave., curhliiK-, filling and 

pavinjr " I0(j4. 

Ontario St., I roin N. Clark st. to St. Clair St., curbinK", iifraditiK and paving- 1003 

Oshortic St.. from W. Indiana st. to W. Ohio St., oiirhinff, llllinfr and i»iivin«- " 020 

Otis St., from Dix ision st. to Vcddfjr St.. curhinft-, tilling and i>avin«- " 104(i 

Owasoo St., from Washtenaw ave. to Calilornia ave., (;iirhin«-, tlllinK and pavinj?. .. I'.ilO 

Owasco St.. from Washtenaw ave. to Uockwell St., eurbinff tilling- and paving " i;{70 

I'ark ave.. from Falls St. to E. line Lot ;i, Wakeman's partn., eurbing, filling- and > 

l)avinjr " 1005 

Panlina St., from Archer st. to Thirty-eighth st., curbing, Hlling aiul paving ' H81 

Paulina St., from Waubansia ave. to Armitage ave., curbing-, filling and paving... " 803 

Pearson St., from Wells St. to Market St., grading and paving " 122 

Penn St., from Division st. to Vedder St., curbing, filling and paving '* 100& 

Pine Grove ave., from Cornelia st. to Grace st, curbing, filhng and macadamizing " 882, 1086- 

Pleasant St., from Division st. to Vedder st., curbing, filling and paving " 1006 

Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave., cui-bing, filling and paving.. . " 870 

Powell ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fuilerton ave., curbing, fillins? and paving. . " 1003 

Racine ave., from Lincoln ave. to Addison St., curbing, filling and paving " 776 

Randolph St., from Michigan ave. to Central ave., grading and paving *' 176 

Rice St., from Robey St. to Le ivitt St., curbing, filling and paving " 930 

Rice St., from Wood st. to Lincoln St., curbing, filling and paving " 1294 

Richmond St., from Chicago ave. to Division St., curbing, filling and paving " 775 

Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st.. curbing, filling and paving " 920 

Robey St., from Twelfth st. to Blue Island ave., curbing, filling and paving " 316 

Rockwell St., from North ave. to Arraitage ave., curbing, filling and paving *' 802 

Rockwell St.. from W. Twelfth St. to W. Twenty-second st., curbing, filling- and 

paving " 9.55 

Rockwell St., from Division st. to Noi'th ave., curbing, filling and paving. 80:i 

Rokeby St., from Graceland ave. to Addison st , curb..ng, filling and macadamizing 

S. and A. N. D. 889, File 10.59 

Root St., from State st. to Halsted St., curbing, filling and paving Approved 698 

Roscoe St., from Robey st. to Western ave., curbing, grading and paving 920 

Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted St., curbing, grading and paving " 776 

Rublee St., from W. Eighteenth st. to Canalport ave., curbing, filling and paving. . " 1433 

Rundell Place, from Aberdeen st. to Centre ave., curbing, grading and paving — ' 610 

Rush. St., from Erie st. to Chicago ave., curbing, gradinu- and paving " 956 

Sawj^er ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R., curbing, filling and paving " 245 

Sebor St.. from Clinton st, to Jefferson St., curbing, filling and paving 954 

Sedgwick St., from Division st. to Elm St., curbing, filling and paving *' 162 

Sedgwick St., from Erie st. to Chicago ave., curbing, grading and paving " 956 

Seymour St., from North ave. to Armitage ave., curbing, filling and paving " 698 

Seward St., from Canalport ave. to Lumber St., curbing, filling and paving " 145 

W. Seventeenth St., from Loomis st. to Wood st., curbing, filling and pa\nng " 953 

Seventy-fifth St., from State st. to Cottage Grove ave., grading and macadamizing " 1005^ 
Seventy-eighth st., from Railroad ave. to Eastern terminus, grading and macad- 
amizing " 1005 

Sibley St., from W. Harrison st. to Macallster Place, curbing, filling and paving.. . " 919 

W. Sixteenth St., from Halsted st. to Throop St., curbing, filling and paving '* 918 

Sixty-second st., from Greenwood ave. to Cottage Grove ave., grading and macad- 
amizing " 1501 

Sixty-third St., from Stoney Island ave. to Cottage Grove ave.» curbing, grading 

and paving. " 1003 



INDEX . XLIII 

Sixty-eiahth St., from Wentvvorth ave. to Yale st., curbing-, fllling and macadamiz- 
ing Approved 1004 

Sixty-ninth St., from State St. to Indiana ave., grading- and macadamizing " 1005 

Sheffield ave., from Clark st. to Addison st., curbing, grading and macadamizing. . *• 80'^ 

Sheffield ave., from North ave. to Clybourn ave., curbing, filling and paving " 1003 

Sheffield ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first St., curbing, filling and paving 59 

Shelby Court, from W. Ninteenth st. to Twentieth st , curbing, filling and paving. " 1256 

Sherman St., from Polk st. to Taylor St., curbing, grading and paving " 298 

South Park ave., from Fifty-flrst st. to Fifty-flfth st., curbing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 1002 

Southport ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave., curbing, filling and paving. . " 1003 

Spring St., from State St. to Wentworth ave., curbing, filling and paving 698 

Stoney Island ave., from Ninety-second st. to Ninety -fifth St., grading- and macad- 
amizing "• 1046 

Sulzer St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st., curbing, grading and macadamizing. . " 803 
Sundry sts., front of Lots in Block 21, C. T. Sub., N. 1/2, N. 1/2, S. E. 14, Sec. 33, 40, 14, 

curbing, grading and paving 163 

Supei'ior St., from Rockwellst. to Washtenaw ave , curbing, filling and paving — " 1501 

Superior St., from Rockwell st. to Leavitt St., curbing, filling and paving " 1006 

Superior St., from Franklin st. to Kinzie St., curbing, filling and paving " 1046 

Street, from Bickerdike st. to Armour St., S. and adj. Bickerdike st., curbing, fill- 
ing and paving " 1293 

Tell Court, from Wells st. to Sedgwick St., curbing, filling and paving "■ 1008 

Third ave., from Jackson St. to Polk St., grading a id paving " 367 

Thirtieth St., from S ewart ave. to Halsted St., curbing, filling and paving "• 955 

Thirtieth St., from Stewart ave. to Portland ave., curbing, filling and paving " 480 

Thirty-third St., from Halsted st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R., curbing, filling and paving 953 
Thirty-fourth st., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave., curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 176 

Thirty-fourth St., from Halsted St. to Laurel St., curbing, filling and paving " 367 

Thii'ty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Ellis ave , curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 882 

Thirty.sixtli St., from State st. to Indiana ave., curbing, filling and paving " 665 

Ttiirty-seventh st., from Lake ave. to Eastern terminus, curbing, filling and pav- 
ing , " 881 

Thirty-eighth st., from Wabash ave. to Wentworth ave., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 698 

Thirty-eighth St.. from Stewart ave. to Laurel St., curbing, filling and paving " 1-294 

Thomas st., from Seymour st. to California ave., curbing, filling and paving " 954 

Troy St., from Colorado ave. to W. Jackson St., curbing, filling and paving " 1007 

Turner ave , from Ogden ave. to Twenty-first st., curbing, filling and paving " 1316 

Twenty-first St., from Union st. to Halsted St., curbing.filling and paving " 512 

Twenty-first St., from Union St. to Jefferson St., curbing, grading and paving 920 

Twenty-second Place, from Portland ave. to Archer ave., curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 94 

T^^enty-seeond St., from Trumbull ave. to Lawndale ave., curbing, grading and 

paving " 1002 

Twenty-second St., from Trumbull ave. to Western ave., grading and paving " 919 

Twenty-third St., from State st. to Wentworth ave., curbing and filling " 59, 955 

Twenty-third St., from Archer ave. to Wentworth ave., curbing, filling and paving " 94 

Twenty-sixth st., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave.. curbing, filling and paving " 1004 

Twenty-seventh st., from Hanover st. to Wallace st , curbing, filling and paving. . " 367 

Twenty-eighth st., from Stewart ave. to Wallace St., curbing, filling and paving... " 162 

Van Horn St., from Laflin st. to Ashland ave., curbing, filling and paving " 956 

Van Horn St., from Wood st. to Ashland ave., curbing, filling and paving " 954 

Van Horn St., from Robey st. to Western ave., curbing, filling and paving " 560 

Vernon ave., from Thirty- seventh st. to Egan ave., curbing, grading and paving. . " 339 
Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first St., curbing, grcidingand ma- 
cadamizing " 919, 1369 

Vine St., from Vedder st. to Reese St., curbing, filling and paving " 94 

Wabash ave., from Fifty-flfth st. to Sixty-third st., curbing, grading and paving.. " 1434 

Waubansia ave., from Western ave. to Basil St., curbing, filling and paving " 175 

Waubansia ave., from Coventry st. to Ashland ave., curbing, filling and paving. . . " 480 

Washburne ave., from Wood st. to Ashland ave., grading and paving " 245 



WuHlitrmiw iivf., I'loiii Divinioii hI. to Noitli uvc, curbliiR, llllitiK- and pavinjf Approved 775 

\Vu«<lit«Miuw avu., from ArmllaRo avn. to Norlli avn., <;ijrl)iiiK. fllliiiR and paviiiK^ " 775 

WrIliiiK-loii h\.., from Clark at. to ilal^trd wt., <Mirl)in«-. flllinx and paving " 1007 

Wtdlinjfloii St., troni Shclllold avo. to IlalHtcd Ht., (rurhinK, KradinK and pavlni^ " jOHd 

WcHtorn avo., from Iiidiaiui Ht. to ('lil<;a»f() avo., ourbliiK, Hllintf and paving " 954 

Western avc, from North ave. to (Miieaj^o ave., cnrltinu', tilling and paving *' UCy^i 

Wliipple St., from Colorado ave. to Van lliireti St., (;iirl)in^ and tkllinK " 775 

Whilehoiis(> IMa(!(!. from Wont w.)rl li avo. to Stewart avo., curhlriK, flllitiK and pav- 
ing «. 5<, 

Wilmotave., from Lnavitt 8t. to Arniitajfe avo., curbinjf, (lllinjf and i)avinK 1004 

Windsor ave., from SlieMii ld ave. to Halstod St., curbing, lllliiiK und macadatniz- 

i'>» JOO:! 

Wood St., from Archur avo. to F^g-an ave., curbing-, fliiln«: and i)avinK " hhi 

Wood St., from Fifteenth st. to liliie Island ave., curbing:, filling and paving- *' ;}]<j 



ESTIMATES OF COST OF SIDEWALKS. 

Ashland ave., from Archer ave. to Eg-an ave Approved 18 

Ashland ave., from Sixty-third St. to Sixty seventh St - ggg 

Ashland ave., from W. Twenty-second St. to S. branch Chicag-o river " 1435 

•Arch St., from L.yman St. to Archer ave " jqio 

Archer ave., from Sixteenth st. to Eig-hteenth st " 42i 

Archer ave.. from State St. to Chiciigo river 4gj 

Archer ave., from Egan ave to Hart ave " hqi 

Asylum place, from Robey St. to C. & N. W. R. R I435 

Avon place, from Robey st. to Hoyne ave " io46 

Arbour place, from Ada st. to Ashland ave " 423 

JLdams St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 394 

Adams St., from Halsted st. to Centre ave " 1010 

Albany ave., from Colorado ave. to Kiuzie st " 423 

Albany ave., from Twenty-fourth st.'to Twenty-sixth st " 805 

Astor St., fi'om I3anks St. to Schiller st " 512 

Atlantic ave., from Eberhardt ave. to Homan ave " 699 

Armitag-e ave., from Mozart st. to Heine st " 94 

Armitage ave., from Elston ave. to Milwaukee ave " 1046 

Armitag-e ave., from Irving Park ave. to C. M. & St. P. R. R " 1296 

Armitag-e ave., from Hosmer ave. to Robinson ave " 1502 

Beacti ave., from Sheridan ave. to Kedzie ave " 513 

Bloomingdale road, from Ashland ave. to Wood st " 538 

Berlin St., from Myrtle st. to California ave " 533 

Blucher St., from Noble ave. to Wellington st " 883 

Buffalo ave.. from Eighty-seventh St. to Ninety-second st " 883 

Butterfleid St., from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-ninth st " 582 

Broom St., from Indiana st. to Ohio st " 923 

Bowen ave.. from Cottage Grove ave. to Grand boul " 923 

Broad St., from Thirty-fli-st st. to Archer ave " 10O8 

Basil ave., fi'om Bloomingdale road to North ave " 1046 

Byron St., from SheflBeld ave. to Halsted st " 1257 

Bonny ave., from Colorado ave. to W. Harrison st " 1295 

Congress st. from Albany ave. to Kedzie ave *' 33 

Clark St., from Chicago ave. to North ave " 19,5 

Clybourn ave., from Ashland ave. to Robey st — 195 

Crosby St., from Larrabee st. to Division st : " 424 

Coblentz St., from Robey St. to Western ave 538 

Canal St., from Washington st. to Twelfth st " 666 

Cork St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st " 423 



INDEX XLV 

Cornelia St., from Halsted st. to Lake Michigan Approved 1258 

Campbell ave., from Polk St. to Twelfth St " 422 

Crawford ave., from Aug-usta st. to W. Division st. " 1257 

Central Park ave., from Colorado ave. to W. Twelfth st " 1434 

Concord St., from Halsted St. to Winter st " 1163 

Carroll ave., from W. Fortieth st. to W. Fifty-second st " 1202 

California ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave " 94 

California ave., from Harrison st. to Kinzie st " 422, 513 

California ave., from Diversey st. to Gardner ave " 883 

California ave.. from Harrison st. to W. Twelfth st " 1009 

Colorado ave., from Homan ave. to Central Park ave " 481 

Colorado ave., from Crawford ave. to Central Park ave " 1435 

Champlain ave., from Forty-fifth st. toForty-sixth st " 957 

Cottag-e Grove ave . , from Fiftieth st. to Fifty-ninth st , , " 1162 

Cottage Grove ave., from Bowen ave. to Fortieth st " 1201 

Cottage Gr )ve ave., from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty-seventh st " 1436 

Carpenter st., from Eighty-first st, to Eighty-sixth st „ " 883 

Carpenter st., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first st " 1161 

Chicago ave., from Hamlin st. to Springfield ave. " 582 

Chicago ave., from Pine St. to Eastern terminus " 1010 

Douglas ave., from Laurel ave. to Archer ave " 18 

Douglas ave., from Laurel ave. to State st " 18 

Douglas ave., from Archer ave. to Western ave " 421 

Diversey St., from Hoffman ave. to Morrison ave " 883 

Drexel ave., from Seventy-seventh st. to Se vents'^- eighth st " 884 

Deering st., from Thirty-first st. to Chicago River *' 422 

Division St., from Hoyne ave. to California ave " 538 

Dickson St., from Division St. to North ave " 33 

Dickson st., from Bloomingdale Road to North ave " 804 

Drake ave.. from Central Park boul. to Chicago ave " 421 

Elk Grove St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 195 

Emerson st., from Wood st. to Oakley ave " 424 

Eberhardt ave., from Fifty-ninth St. to Sixty-sixth st " 699 

Elston ave,, from North ave. to Armitage ave " 804 

Elizabeth st,, from Randolph st. to Erie st " 195 

Elizabeth St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 1294 

Eagle st , from Desplaines St. to Halsted st " 481 

Escanaba ave., from Eighty-ninth St. to Ninety-first st " 1435 

Erie ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Chicago ave 1503 

Exchange ave., from Ninety-seventh St. to Ninety-eighth st " 883 

Ewing ave., from One Hundred and Third st. to One Hundred and Sixth st " 883 

Ewing ave., from One Hundred and First st. to One Hundred and Fifth st " 1502 

Emerald ave., from Twenty-sixth St. to Thirty-third st " 1301 

Emerald ave., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixlh st " 1303- 

Emerald St., from Forty-first St. to Forty -second st " 1434 

Eighty-third St., from Halsted st. to Vincennes ave '* 1358 

Eighty- ninth St., from The Strand to Ontario ave " 883 

Eighty-ninth St., from Superior St. to Buffalo ave " 1435 

First ave., from Thomas ave. to Western ave " 1295 

Fifth ave., from Van Buren st. to Taylor st " 423 

Francisco St., from Twenty-fifth St. to S. W. boul " 420 

Francisco St., from W. Lake st. to Colorado ave " 923 

Farrell St., from Hickory st. to C. & A. R. R " 424 

Filmore St., from Francisco st, to Kedzie ave " 609 

Fox St., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third st " 583 

Forrest ave., from Douglas ave. to Thirty-eighth st " 1163 

Fullerton ave., from C„ M. & St. P. R. R. to C. & N. W. R. R " 883, 1357 

Fullerton ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Kedzie ave " 1258 

Fifteenth St., from W. Madison St. to W. Kinzie st '* 1201 

Forty-second st., from W. Madison st. to W. Kinzie st " 1301 

Forty-second St., from Hsvlsted st. to Wallace st " 1434 

Forty-third St., from W. Madison st. to W. Kinzie st " 1301 

Forty- fourth st., from Ellis ave. to Drexel boul " 884 

Forty-fourth st., from W. Mad. son st. to W. Kinzie st " 1301 



XLVI IXDKX 

Korty-tlftli St., hoin U . MacliHoii nt. In \V. Kin/.lc st Approved 1201 

Forty-ni'lli Ht ., I'nmi State Ht. to WalmHh uve •• ll^^f^ 

Forty-firtli St., Irotn Kills live, to Dicvcl honl j^/i^h 

l-'iriy -sixth St.. Iroiii W. MmlisDii st. to W. Klii/lcat J4;jh 

Forty-SL'veiitli Ht., from Drcxcl houl. to I. ('. It. It 957 

l''orty-«i«v«. lit li Ht,, fr' 1111 \V. !Mii<lis(»M si. to W. Kiii/.lcHt " KKm 

Forty-s«<\eiith st., Iroiii W. ( IiIciiko ave. to W. Kiiizie Ht lopj 

rorty-Ht'vcutli st.. Irom Halstrd si. i<i ,\slilaii»l ave '* 

Fort y-i>i>f lit li St., t ioin W. .Madison st. to W. Kin/.lc Ht " ijoi 

Forty-ninth Ht., from W. Madison Ht. to W. Kinzio si »• 1200 

Forty-ninth St.. fi-oni Ken wood ave. to Woodhiwn ave i;>(i| 

Forty-ninth st.. Iiom \V. Kinzio st. to W. Chicajifo avo " 

Fiftieth St.. from Lake ave, to Woodiawn ave " ]pi2 

Fifty-tlrst st., lioni W. Madison st. to W. Kinzie st. •' 

Fift\ -third st.. Ironi Seliool st. to C, K, I. & P. It. U " 14:^4 

Fifty-fourth St., from State st. to Wabash ave " H'm 

Fifty-si.xth St., from CottajfC Grove ave. to Dre.xel boul • " <m 

Fifty si.xtli st.. from Centre ave. to Looniis st " l:i9,-, 

Fifty -si.xth St., from Drexel ave. to Woodiawn av'e " 14IJ,') 

Fifty-seventh st., from Centre ave. to Loomis st " iz.i'i 

Fifty-eifj-hth st., from Halsted st. to Wallacest " ]u;2 

Fifty-eiiilith St., from Centre ave. to Loomis st *' 

Fifty-ninth St., from State St. to South Park ave " llfil 

Fifty-ninth St., from Centre ave. to Loomis st " ]2oH 

Fifty-ninth St., from Ashland ave. to X. Clark st '• i2:*o 

Fifty-ninth St., from Lake ave. to Woodiawn ave " 14;j.5 

Garfiel(i ave., from Herndon St. to Lewis st " 33 

Greenshaw st., from Claremont ave. to Western ave *• 3S 

Grand ave., from California ave. to Chicag-o ave " 422 

Gage .<t., from Douglas ave. to Eg-an ave " 481 

Girard St., from North ave, to Milwaukee ave " 743 

Girard St., from North ave, to Armitag-e ave 924 

Goodwin St., from North Fiftj'-ninth st. to Aberdeen st " mi 

Goodwin St., from Balmoral st, to Lawrence ave " 12.58 

Gross ave., from Bloomingdale Road to Courtland st " 1.502 

Genessee ave., from Colorado ave. to W. Hai-risou st 14% 

Halsted st., from Madison st. to Twelfth st " 196 

Halsted st., from River st. to Eg-an ave 582 

Halsted St., from Fifty-fifth st to Vincennes ave " 12.57 

Harvard St., from California ave. to Campbell ave " 92'4 

Harvard st,, from Western ave. to Campbell ave '* 923 

Hinman St., from Western ave. to South Western blvd " 1009 

N, Henry st., from North ave. to Waubansia ave " 884 

Howard ave., from North ave. to Waubansia ave " 883 

Hoy ne ave., from Archer ave. to Thirty-fourth st " 423 

Hoyne ave., from Sixteenth St. to Blue Island ave " 12.59 

Homer St., from Leavitt st. to Oakley s^ " 12.59 

Hubbard St., from W. Forty-sixth st. to W. Forty-seventh st " 1201 

Humboldt ave. from Columbia ave. to Howard ave " 924 

Huron St.. from Kedzie ave. to St. Louis ave " 776 

Indiana ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st " 956 

Indiana ave., from Fortj'-seventh st. to 200 feet north "■ 956 

Indiana ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-first st " 1435 

Indiana ave.. from W. Forty-sixth st. to W. Fifty-second st " 1201 

Iowa St., from Wood st. to Hoyne ave " 1046 

James ave., from Auburn st. to Benson st " 1162 

Jackson ave., from Fiftv-fifth st. to Fifiy-ninth st " 1257 

Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st. to Central Park boul " 196 

Kedzie ave., from Twenty-fourth st. to Twenty-fifth st " 420 

Kedzie ave., from Central Park boul. to Chicago ave " 421 

Kedzie ave., from Egan ave. to The Canal " 699 

Kroll St., from Moore st. to Southern terminus *' 423 

Kendall St., from Polk St. to Taylor st " 423 

Keeney ave., from M?Lane ave. to Humboldt ave " 883 



INDEX XLVII 

Kenwood ave.. from Forty- eighth st. to Fortj^-ninth st Approved 1434 

Kensing-ton ave., fi'om Forrest ave. to Michig'aa ave " 1434 

Kinzie St., from Wood st. to Leavitt st " S04 

Leavitt St., from Thirty-fourth St. to Archer ave " 420 

Leavitt St., from W. Harrison St. to W. Madison st " 934 

Leavitt St., from Division st. to North ave " 513 

Leavitt St.. fi-om Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave " 538 

Lake St., W., from W, Fortieth st. to W. Fifty-second st " 1300 

Lake ave., from Forty-flfth st. to Forty-seventh st " 933 

Lime St., from Archer ave. to Twenty-seventh st " IT 

Leo St., from Archer ave to Twentj'-seventh st " 18 

Langley ave., from Forty-fourth St. to Forty-iifth st " 883 

Langiey ave., from Forth-first St. to Union Stock Yards Ry " 957 

Loomis St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 139.5 

Lock St., from Thirty-first St. to Archer ave " 1009 

La Salle St., from Sixteenth St. to Archer ave " 776 

La Salle St., from Sixty-first st. to Sixty-third st " 1435 

Lawrence ave., from Huck ave. to Lincoln ave " 884 

Laurel St., from Thirty-first st to Douglas, ave - " 933 

Lyman St., from Main st. to Thirty-first st " 666 

Moore St., from Elm st. to Division st " 93 

Meridian sr., from Desplaines St. to Halsted st " 195 

Marshfield ave., from Thirty-fourth st to Thirty-seventh st ** 419 

Monroe St., from Kedzie ave. to Spaulding ave " 423 

Milwaukee ave., from Fullerton ave. to Logan Square " 1396 

Mitchell ave., from North ave. to Bloominy dale Road "• 1046 

Mackinaw ave.. from Eighty-ninth st. to Ninety-second st " 1502 

Michigan ave., from Fifty-ninth St. to Sixty-first st " 923 

Michigan ave.. from 66 feet north of One Hundred and First st. to One Hundred 

and Third Place " 1503 

Michigan ave., from One Hundred and Eleventh St. to One Hundred and Nine- 
teenth st " 1503 

Michigan St., from N. Wells st. to N. State st. " 1008 

Nelson St., from Blucher st. to Soult st •' 884 

Newton St., from W. Division st. to Iowa st ' *' 1358 

Noble St., from W. Indiana st. to North ave "• 1009 

North St., from Ashland ave. to N. Clark st " 1394 

Norman ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale Road " 1010 

Nineteenth St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave " 433 

Nineteenth St., from California ave. to Western ave " 805 

Nineteenth St., from Ashland ave. to Western ave. . . ... 1009 

Ninety-third St., from Houston ave. to Harbor ave " 885 

Ninety-fifth St.. from South Chicago ave. to the bridge " 885 

Ninety-ninth St., from Avenue 1 to Eighth ave " 884 

Oakley ave., from Kinzie St. to Indiana st " 433 

Oakley ave., from North ave. to Wavibansia ave " 933 

Oakley ave., from Fullerton ave. to Greenwood ave " 1358 

Ohio St., from Kedzie ave. to St. Louis ave. , " 743 

Ogden ave., from Twelfth St. to Western ave " 1009 

Ogden ave., from Butler st. to West Twenty-second st " 1434 

Ontario St., from W. Fiftieth st. to W. Fifty-second st " 1303 

Oswego St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st ' " 1435 

Ogden place, from Wood st. to Paulina st " 433 

One Hundred and Third St., from Indiana ave. to L. S. & M. S. R. R " 885 

One Hundred and Fourth st.. from Ewing st. to Avenue K. " 1503 

One Hundred and Sixth st., from Muskegon ave. to Torrence ave " 885 

One Hundred and Thirty-third St., from South Chicago ave. to P., F. W. & C. R. R. " 1163 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth St., from Parnell ave. to South Chicago ave " 885 

Pacific ave., from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave *' 803 

Pacific ave., from Homan ave. to Eberhardt ave " 804 

Pierce ave., from Homan ave. to Kedzie ave " 430 

Tarmlee St., from Hoyne ave. to Leavitt st *' 430 

Peoria St., from W. Harrison st. to W. Kinzie st ^' 1009 

Peoria St., from Carroll ave. to Fulton st " 513 



XLVIII 



INDEX 



IMiu< (Jrovr Hvr., Iniiii (SriUM'Hl. l<» ( iiniclhi Ht Approved ir»02 

Park uv»'.. troiii MoiitroHf l»<»iil. to WIIIIh Ht " W.i 

I'lirk live, Iroin W. Korilctli Ht. to \V. Klfty-Hccond 8t " 

iMfiisiuit plju'«>, from Perry Ht. to Ilollimiri uv<» " iWl 

Polk St.. from Ciillloi nia avi*. to CarnidM-ll avo " 4H1 

Potomac live, from Uola y Ht. to WcHteni uvc " llttK 

PHuliim Ht„ from Arcln-r Hvo. to Thlrty-olKhth at *' 421 

I'lmlimi St.. from \V. Mlxtrciitli Hi. to Uliic IhIimkI nvo " IfKHI 

Pt-ny av(>., f'roui .Mllwiuikcc live, to l'"iilI(;rtoii avo " 74;{ 

P(MTy Ht., from liiiu-olii nvo. to Diversy st *' P<J«5 

Palasaiilc live, from Coiitnil Park live to ()'('ounor st " WW 

Pi'tersoM St., from Kohcy hI . to Hoyncjivc " 422 

Rockwell St.. from liiiuxhtoii Ht. to 'I'wenty-sixth Ht " 

H('l)cc(!ii Ht., from 'I'hroop st. to AHhlutid iivo " W(S 

Uawson Ht., from McHeiiry st. to Elston ave " K()4 

Hedllcid St., from N. Henry St. to Elston ave " S84 

Kaiuiolph St., from W. Fortieth st. to VV. Fifty-second st " VM) 

Robey St., from W. Sixteenth St. to Blue Island ave " 1258 

Richmond ave., from Everg'reen ave. to Diversey St.. " M().'> 

Richmond ave., from Evergreen ave. to Humboldt ave " 1290 

Second ave., from Fullerton ave. to Western terminus " 12«6 

Sixth ave., from Ninety-ninth st. to One Hundredth st " H84 

Stony Island ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st " 8H4 

Sullivan Ct., from Lyman st. to Southern terminus " 398 

Sheridan St., from Division St. to North ave " 420 

Spring St., from State St. to Wentworth ave " 424 

St. George Ct., from Milwaukee ave. to Stave st " 582 

St. Louis ave. from Lake st. to C. N. W. R R " 804 

St. Lawrence ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-fifth st " 104& 

Springfield ave., from Humboldt ave. to Fullerton ave " 1502 

Superior ave.. from Eighty seventh St. to Eighty-eighth st *' 885 

Superior St., from Lincoln st. to Western ave " 923 

Sawyer ave., from Ogdeu ave. to Douglas Park blvd " 512^ 

Sangamon st., from Sixty-sixth st. to Sixty-seventh st , " 1008 

South Chicago av^e., from C/ommercial ave. to Manistee ave " 885 

Snow St., from Elston ave. to Fullerton ave " 1009 

Stanton ave., from Fortieth st. to Union Stock Yards R. R " 1115 

State St., from Thirty-third st. to Egan ave " 1162 

South Normal Parkway, from Wright St. to Stewart ave '* 1162 

Sheffield ave., from Lawrence ave. to Ainslie ave '* 1295 

Sixtieth St., fi'om Central Park ave. to Homan ave " 804 

Sixty-first St., from central Park ave. to Homan ave " 805 

Sixty-first St., from Woodlawn ave. to Madisun ave " 1258 

Sixty-second St., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave 804 

Sixty-third St., from Central Park ave. to Ashland ave " 805 

Sixty-fifth St., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave " 805 

Sixty-sixth St., from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave " 805 

Seventj-first st., from Stony Island ave. to Yates ave " 1296 

Tiukham ave., from Frederick ave. to North ave " 129a 

Troy St., from Twenty-fourth st. to Twenty-seventh st " 420 

Ti'ustee St., from Kinzie st. to Northern terminus " 421 

Tuttle St., from N. Clark st. to Ashland ave " 884 

Twelfth st„ from Ogden ave. to Rockwell st " 422 

Twelfth St., from California ave. to Rockwell st " 481 

Thirteenth St., from Wood st. to Ogden ave " 18 

Thirteenth St., from Lincoln st. to Robey st " 538 

Thirteenth st., from Waller st. to Blue Island ave " 1009 

Twentieth St., from Ashland ave. to Western ave " ^ 

Twenty-first st , from Calif ornia ave. to AVestern ave " 805 

Twenty-second St., from Brown st. to Chicago river " 421 

Twenty-third St., from Lawndale ave. to Hamlin ave " 

Twenty-fourth place, from Hanover St. to Archer ave " 538 

Twenty-fourth place, from Wentworth ctve. to Homan ave — "* 538 

Twenty-fifth St., from Butler st. to Sanger st " 93 



INDEX XLIX 

Twenty-fifth St., from Troy st. to Kedzie ave Approved 420 

Twenty-fifth st., from Rockwell st. to Western ave " 420 

Twenty-fifth St., from Horn an ave. to Millard ave " 420 

Twenty-fifth st.. from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " ,538 

Twenty-fifth St., from State st. to Sanger st " 560 

Twenty-sixth st., from Sacramento ave. to Homan ave " 424 

Thirty-first St., from State st. to Lake ave " 956 

Thirty-first St., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " 1296 

Thirty-third St., from Ashland ave. to Wood st " 423 

Thirty-third St., from State st. to Cottage Grove ave " 776 

Thirty-third St., from Rhodes ave. to Lake ave " 1010 

Thirty-third St., from State st. to Halsted st " 1201 

Thirty-fourth court, from Wood st. to Archer ave " 421 

Thirty-fourth court, from Halsted st. to Milwaukee ave " 538 

Thirty-sixth St., from Ellis ave. to Lake ave " 423 

Thirty-sixth st., from Stewart ave. to Laurel st " 776 

Thirty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Ellis ave . " 1436 

Thirty-sixth st., from Butler st. to Laurel st " . 1502 

Thirty-seventh St., from Ashland ave. to Archer ave " 421 

Thirty-eighth st., from Vincennes ave. to 323 feet W. Cottage Grove ave " 1295 

Ullman St., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave " 538 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-fifth st " 1009 

Vincennes ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave " 1162 

Walnut St., from Calif ornia ave. to Homan ave ■" 18 

Winthrop ave., from Aberdeen St. to N. Fifty-ninth st " 883 

Wabash ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-eighth st " 884 

Wabash ave., from Forty. fifth st. to Forty. seventh st " 1162 

Western ave., from Sixteenth st. to Twenty-firvSt st " 123 

Western ave., from Sixteenth St. to Ogden ave " 423^ 

Wallace St., from Fifty -first st. to Fifty-ninth st i " 883 

Wallace St., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave " 922 

Warren ave., from California ave. to Homan ave " 884 

Warren ave., from Ashland boul. to Western ave " 956 

Winchester ave., from W. Taylor st. to W. Twelfth st " 1008 

Weld St., from Everett st. to Williams st " 92a 

Woodlawn ave., from Forty-eighth st. to Fifty-first st " 95T 

Wells St., from Indiana st. to Chicago river " 1162 

Webster ave., from Cly bourn ave. to Chicago river " 1435 

Willow St., from Cly bourn ave. to Hawthorne ave " 1258 

Washtenaw ave., from Van Buren st. to Lexitigton ave " 804 

Wentworth ave., from Napoleon place to Thirty-third st " 421 

Wentworth ave., from Napoleon place to Archer ave " 422 

Wentworth ave., from Thirty-third st. to Egan ave " 582 

Wentworth ave., from Sixteenth St. to Eighteenth st •* 1008 

Washington ave., from Lake ave. to Fifty-ninth st " 1115 

W. Washington St., from W. Fortieth st. to W. Fifty-second st " 125T 

Washburne ave., from Washtenaw ave. to California ave " 421 

Washburne ave., from Washtenaw ave. to Rockwell St.. " 481 

Wood St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 18 

Wood St., from W. Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 1259 

Wright St., from North ave. to Waubausia ave " 804 

Wright St., from Forty-fifth st. to Forty-ninth st, " 1115 

Weage ave.. from Sheridan ave. to Kedzie ave " 513 

Waldo place, from Desplaines st. to Halsted st " 481 



ESTIMATES OF COST OF SEWEES. 

Alley (first) E. of Grand boul., 330 ft. north and south. . Approved 514r 

Alley from Halsted st. to Emerald st„ between Sixty-ninth and Seventieth sts. . . . " 482" 



INDKX 



Addison Ml , 1 11)111 KaciiM' a\ to IWI I'l . 10. <»! 10. line ol' |(ii(;iiic uvo Appro\'Od 1:572 

Addison Hi., I Kmi ( "lurk Ht . to IjiUc M IcIiIkuii 101;i 

Allimllc St.. Iroin Kilty-second hI . lUil 11 . N. of (Jiirtl('ld ItonI " iK] 

AiR.vh' St., Iroin Wlnthiop livcmic to loc It. 10. of 10. Iin(t lOviinston nvo ' 104s 

Ashland avo., from Ourlli'ld howl, to KH'ly-nlntli st " 12M7 

llcliMoiit avc, from Oak place; to SlicMlcId avc " 

Monlcv aid i>lacc, I'roni ViiKM-nncs avc. to alley K. of (jratid bo>il., thoiice In BHlfl 

alley to S. line Korly-Klxlh 8t " 1:^05 

Miillalo ave., from KiRhty-seveiiih st. to alley N. of Nlnoly-tlrst st " IIITI 

HiitValo avc., from Ninety-second st, fo alley S. ol NIncty-llrst st " IUTI 

Myron st. from Sliclliclil ave. to Kit) ft. K. thereof l(Jl;> 

(.'aliiniet av(^., from Kifty-llrst st. to Forty-seventh st ** «!(( 

Centre St.. from WellinKton st. to 225 ft. N. of N. line thereof 

South CliicaK-o a\('., from CalmiHjt River to KiK-hty-seventh st " HIO 

Clarence avc., from (ji rae(! St. to Nellie ave *' 889 

Nortli Clark at., from Fullerton ave. to 325 ft. N. of N. line St. James place " 1205 

i'ommcrcial ave., from Eiifhty-seventh St. to Ninety-first st " HHH 

Cornelia st., from 10. line Halsted st. lo 490 ft. 10. of 10. line of Pine Grove ave " HH'.i 

Dickey St., from Sixty-ninth et. to Seventy-flrst st •' 4H,3 

Eastwood St., from Sheltield ave, to Hal.sted 8t " b89 

lOlaine place, from Roscoe st, to Cornelia St., Com. S. & A., N. D,, 890 Filed 1059 

Ellis avo., from Sixty-third st. to S. line of alley S. of Sixtieth st Approved 1205 

Emerald ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Fortieth st '* 805 

Emerald ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 482 

Eny lewood ave., from Halsted st. to E. line of Caulfield & Madison's Subn " 482 

Enylewood ave., from Wallace st. to W. line of Caulfield & Madison's Subn " 482 

Erie ave,, from Ninetieth st. to Ninety-first st " 12fj4 

Erie ave., from Eighty-ninth st. to Eighty-seventh st " 1204 

Exchang'C ave.. from Eig-hty-seventh st. to Ninety-flrst st " 888 

Fifty-fli'st St., from Halsted st. to Wallace st " 1011 

Fifty-fii'st St., from Ashland ave, to Centre ave *' 1371 

Fifty-second st. f^et. Drexel ave. and Lake ave 889 

Fifty-third St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st " 1371 

Fifty-third St., from Halsted st. to Winter st " 424 

Fifty-fourth st„ bet. Drexel ave. and Lake ave '* 889 

Fifty-fourth St., bet. Drexel ave. and Woodlawn ave " 889 

Fifty-fifth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Lake ave " 962 

Forty-seventh st., from Halsted st. to 300 ft. E. of center of Centre ave " 1011 

Fiftj'-ninth St., from Dickey St. to SteAvart ave '* 1371 

Forty-third St., from Drexel boul. to I. C. R. R " 806 

Forty-third St., from St >te st. to Grand boul " 806 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to 100 ft. E. of E. line of Champlain ave " 610 

Forty-fourth court, from Ha sted st. to 25 ft. E. of Morgan st " 425 

Fortj^-fourth st., from St. Lawrence ave: to 125 ft. E. of E. line of Vincennes ave. . " 808 
Fortj'-fourth st„ from Vincennes ave. to first alley E. of Grand boul. and in said 

alley " 514 

Forty-fourth st,, from Ellis ave. to first alley N. of Forty-fourth st., E. of Drexel 

boul " 5S4 

Forty-ninth St., from Halsted st. to Winter st " 424 

Forrestville ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-third st " 888 

Fullerton ave., from North Park ave. to 140 ft. E. of E. line of N. Clark st " 1205 

George st,, from Sheffield ave, to Seminary ave " 889 

Ooodwin St., from Lawrence ave. to Ainslie st " 962 

Graceland ave., bet. Alexander st. and Southport ave " 1011 

Grant place, from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st '* 4i>3 

Grand ave., from Ridge ave. to Lake Michigan " 1205 

Greenwood ave., from Sixty-third st. to first alley S. of Sixtieth st " 806 

Greenwood ave., from Fifty-sixth St. to I'ifty-fourth place " 962 

Halsted St., from Evanstoa ave. to Sulzer st " 1012 

Herndon st„ from 15 ft, N. of N. line of Roscoe st. to 125 ft. S. of S. line of Roscoe st " 962 

Honore St., from Sixty-ninth St. to Seventy-first st *' 488 

Honore St., from Sixty-ninth St. to Seventy-seventh st " 482 

Ingleside ave., from Fifty-sixth St. to Fifty-fourth st " 962 

Jackson ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st. " 806 



INDEX • LI 

Jackson ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-fourth st Approved 137 

Lake ave., from Fifty-sixth St. to Fifty-seventh st " 1373 

Langley ave., from Forty-third St. to Forty-fifth st " 61!) 

Larrabee St., from Frederick st. to 70 ft. S. of S. line of Deming- court ' 1371 

Lawrence ave., from Shettield ave. to Lawrence ave "• 1013 

Layton St., from Wallace st. to 347 ft. E. of centre line of Wright st " 805 

Lincoln ave., from Addison st. to Sulzer st " 1011 

Lincoln ave., from Sixty-third St. to Sixty-second st " 888 

Lill ave., from Perry st. to 145 ft. W. of W. line of Southport ave V 1048 

Madison ave., from Perry st. to Sixty-sixth st " 701 

Matteson St.. from Halsted st. to 100 ft. W. of W, line of Winter, st " 805 

Melrose St., from Southport av. to Racine ave " 963 

Ninetieth st., from Calumet river to Marquette ave " 610 

Ninety-third St., from South Chicago ave. to Houston ave., thence in Houston ave, 

to Ninety-second st 889 

Ninety-fifth St.. from Calumet River to Eighty-seventh st '* 610 

North Normal Parkway, from Wright st. to Stewart ave " 806 

Noble ave., from Racine avenue to Perry st " 1048 

Ontario ave., bet. Eighty-ninth st. and Ninety-third st " 1011 

Ontario ave., from S. Chicago ave. to Ninety-third st " 1011 

Otto St., from Southport ave. to W. line of C. & E. R. R " 962 

Pei'ry St., from Fullerton ave. to Wrightwood ave " 1048 

Pine Grove ave., bet. Grace st. and Cornelia st " 884 

Prairie ave., from Forty-fifth St. to Forty-third st " 610 

Rokeby St., from Nellie ave. to Addison st " 963 

Robertson ave., from Hope ave. to Star ave. and in Star ave. to 353 ft. S. of S. line 

of Sixty-fourth st " 1373 

School St., from Southport ave. to Racine ave " 963 

Sherman St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st. . " 482 

Sixtieth St., Vernon ave., and first alley S. of Sixtieth St., from Vernon ave. to 

Park End ave,, in various streets and a?leys S. of Sixty-first st " 806 

Sixty-second st,, froni Halsted st. to E. line Blk 30, Caulfield & Matteson's Subn., 

S. W, U Sec. 16. 38, 14 " 483 

jSixty-third St., from Halsted st. to Winter st *' 483 

Sixty-fourth St., from Halsted St. to Sherman st " 483 

Sixty-fifth St., from Halsted st, to Sherman st " 483 

South Park ave., from Fifty-fiftnst, to Sixtieth st " 701 

South Park ave,, from Fif ty-fl rst st. to Fifty-fifth st " 1013 

Southport ave., from Addison st. to Roscoe st " 889 

Stewart ave., from Sixty -ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 483 

The Strand, from Calumet river to Marquette ave " 610 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st ... " 584 

Wharton ave., from Fifty-sixth St. to Fifty-fourth st *' 963 

Windsor ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st " 1013 

Winter st., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-fifth st " 483 

Winter st., from alley S. of Forth-ninth st. to Fifty-first st " 435 

Winter St., from Fifty-first st. to 135 ft. N, of N. line of Garfield boul " 435 

Winter st,, from Sixty-fifth st. to Sixty-seventh st " 483 

Winter St., from Sixty-ninth St. to Seventy-first st " 483 

Winthrop ave., from Lawrence ave. to Ainslie ave *' 963 

Woodside ave., from Graceland ave. to 140 ft. N. of N. line of Grace st " 1305 

Wright St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 483 



ESTIMATES OF COST OF WATER SERVICE PIPES, 

Addison St., from N. Clark st. to to Lake Michigan Approved 1304 

Ainslie St., from Evanston ave. to its Eastern terminus " 961 

Albany ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie st " 700 



Allmny hv«'., from ( "olorado avf. toTwoll'lh Hf Approxed Kl'^ 

Allmiiy avr., I'roiii MmllHoii Ht. to Lake Ht ;ji<J 

AliliiU'Ht., I'rom V.nni\ avc. to Nortlu'rii tt.'iiiilmiH " n\f 

A iii>>rost' St., from Wood h1. to licuvitt Ht OHK 

Arch Ht.. from liyiiuiii Ht. t<i Thlrly-ttrst Rt 744 

Ai inltairc avc, from Milwaukee avc. to ('allf'ornia uvo " HVZ 

Ar^ry Ic .St., f rom lOvaiistou avc. to Kastcrii t(!rmiiujH " 

Ashland avc., from Itclmoiit avc. to Bul/iOr St " 

AHyliim |>hicc, from l'',lsl(m a\ (!. to liCavitt Ht »' 777 

Aiibiirii St., Irom Thirty-llrbt st. to DoiiKlaH uve Hl'J 

IJasil avc, from Nort h avc. to ItloomiriKdalc road '» gU 

llclmont avc. from (Mark st. to liincolii avo k8H 

lt(>Mtl(>ld St., from Archer ave. to 'IMiii ty-llrst st " 8H8 

Motiiicy avc. from Ojrdeii avc. to Twenty-sixth st " ],<>();} 

niii'liuK wt., from (Jarll(;ld avo. to Webster ave •. " 5H4 

Hyron St.. from Shcdhjld ave. to Halstedst " I3O4 

California avc, fi-oni Division st. to North ave •» ;i<H 

California ave., from Chicago ave. to Division st " H8S 

California ave., from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-sixth st " 298 

Canal St.. from Polk st. to Twelfth st " l.-,0:j 

Central Park avc, from Ogden ave. to Doug-las Park blvd " 7(j(> 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st u:jf} 

Charlton St., from Ridge ave. to Northern terminus '« UBl 

Chatham court, from Hobble St. to Division st " mH 

Chicago ave., from Leavitt st. to Kedzie ave " 667 

Chicago ave., from Kedzie ave. to Crawford ave " 667 

Chicago ave., from Pine St. to 600 feet East " 224 

Clark St.. from FuUerton ave. to Diversey st " 1013 

Cleveland st., from Wallace st. to Winter st " 811 

Colorado ave., from Jackson St. to Central Park ave " 1503 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st. , " Uli 

Commercial St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 887 

Cornelia St., from Halsted St. to Lake Michigan " 1204 

Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood boul. to Fitfy-first st " 1012 

Concoi'd place, from Cly bourn ave. to Sheffield ave " 1,503 

Courtland St., from Western ave. to Kedzie ave " 777 

Dania ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road " 811 

Dashiel St., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave " 667 

Davis St., from Division St. to North ave " 887 

Davis St., from North ave. to Waubansia ave " 811 

Dearborn St., from Sixteenth st. to St. Charles Air Line R. K " 341 

Doming court, from Clark st. to Lake View ave " 1204 

Dickson St., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road " 887 

Dudley St., from W. Chicago ave. to Augusta st " 813 

Eastwood ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st 1204 

EarJy ave., from Evanston ave. to Southport ave " 961 

Edgar St., from North ave. to W. Clybourn Place " 887 

Egan ave., from Wentworth ave to Halsted st " 887 

Elaine Place, from Cornelia St. to Roscoe st '* 1204 

Ellis ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave " 340 

Emerald ave., from Egan ave. to Forty-seventh st " 811 

Evans court, from Union st. to Halsted st " '317 

Exchange ave., from Eighty-seventh St. to Ninety-second st "• 812 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth St. to Ogden ave " 145 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard st " 279 

Fairfield ave., from North ave. to Courtland st " 811 

Fairfield ave.. from Lake st. to C. & N. W. R. R " 316 

Farrell St., from Archer ave. to Hickory st 1436 

Fletcher St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st " 1013 

Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st " 341 

Flournoy St., from Leavitt St. to Oakley ave " 887 

Florence ave., from Diversey st. to Wrightwood ave " 888 

Fifteenth St., from Western ave. to California ave " 279 

Fifty-second St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave " 886 



INDEX 



LIII 



Fifty-fourth place, from Wooodlawn ave. to Drexel ave Approved 

Fifty-fourth St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave 

Forty-second St., from Cottage Grove ave, to Vincennes ave 

Forty-third St., from State st. to I, C. R. R 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Lawrence ave 

Francisco St., from Monroe st. to Van Buren st 

Fulton St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Gardner St., from Vine st. to Halsted st 

Grace st., from Clark st. to 120 ft. west of Lake Michigan 

Graceland ave., from Alexander ave. to Lincoln ave 

Grand ave., from Chicago ave. to Crawford ave 

Gross ave., from North ave. to Courtland st 

Grove Court., from Larrabee st. to Orchard st 

Hamlin ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave 

Halsted St., from Evanston ave. to Sulzer st.' 

Harvard St., from Campbell ave. to California ave 

Heine St., from North ave. to Armitage ave. 

Hervey St., from Wood st. to Robey st 

Hickory St.. from Main st. to Lock st 

Homan ave., from Lake st. to Fulton st 

Hope St., from Blue Island ave. to Morgan st 

Hoyne ave., from Armitage ave. to Asylum place 

Hoyne ave., from Twenty-second st. to Blue Island ave 

Hoyne ave., from Chicago ave. to Division st 

Humboldt st., from North ave. to Armitage ave 

Illinois St., from Franklin st. to Kingsbury st 

Irving ave., from Fulton st. to Kinzie st 

Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave 

Johnston ave., from California ave. to Humboldt Park boul 

Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st. to Twelfth st 

Keeley St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st 

Lake St., from Homan ave. to Crawford ave 

Langley ave., from Forty-second st. to Forty-fourth st 

La Salle st., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixth st 

Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st 

Lawrence ave., from Sheflleld ave. to Ashland ave 

Leavitt St., from Thirteenth st. to Blue Island ave 

Leavitt St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave 

Lewis st , from Clybourn ave. to Belden ave 

Lincoln St., from Twelfth st. to Blue Island ave 

Mather st., from Canal st. to Halsted st 

Millard ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-eighth st 

Mozart st., from North ave. to Armitage ave 

Napoleon place, from Stewart ave. to Wallace st 

Napoleon place, from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave 



Grove 

Noble ave., from Clark st. to Sheffield ave 

N. Fifty-ninth St., from Sheffield ave. to Evanston ave 

North ave., from Kedzie ave. to Tinkham ave 

Norwood ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Oakley ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Oakley ave., from North ave. to Waubansia ave 

Osborne St., from Indiana st. to Ohio st 

Paulina St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-eighth st 

Paulina St., from Twenty-first st. to Blue Island ave 

Pine Grove ave., from Grace st. to Cornelia st 

Powell ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave 

Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave 

Racine ave., from Lincoln ave. to Addison st 

Rice St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st ,. . 

Richmond St., from Chicago ave. to Division st 

Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st 

Rokeby St., from Graceland ave. to Addison st S. and A. N. D 



Approved 


886 




813 


t( 


700 


n 


1304 


ii 


701 




1C03 




888 




278 


(I 


1204 


fcC 


961 


i( 


776 


(t 


811 




700 




1436 




1204 


n 


1503 


b» 


813 


it 


887 


4( 


1436 


>( 


341 


t4 


340 




887 




316 


(t 


298 




812 




668 




317 




776 




777 


it 


813 


(I 


887 


; ; 


811 


it 


701 


u 


317 




886 


4i 


961 


(; 


341 


n 


812 


fct 


776 


it 


341 


n 


745 


k« 


886 


(i 


813 




744 




316 




1048 


(I 


1013 


4t 


1012 


ih 


888 


it. 


888 


t> 


813 




811 




744 




887 




341 


• « 


1048 




744 




887 


ik 


1012 


i( 


777 


«( 


777 




1013 




1305 



KocUufll Ml., I'rom DIvIkIoii h|. lo North iiv(» Approved hk<{ 

|{()« U\\ ell St., I'ldin Ndi lli iiv<'. to AniiilM«<- iiv<' *' K)-<i 

Hockwrll Hi., froiii 'I'wcirth Ht. to 'rwf'lity-KrcoiMl .s| " '/(KJ 

Korti'or St., I i'oiii IIoIk'.v Hi. to Wi'Ht<'i-ii iivo ** 101'^ 

Itoscoi' si ., I ioin I'lviiiisloii ii\ i>. lo lliilslcd St '* 1048 

l{oo' St., Iroiii Sliilc Hi. lo Hiilsicd Hi " Hll 

Saw ycr a\ ('.. I'ldiii ( iivi-. lo < '., II. iV (.f. II. K " ;}40 

Sciniiiiiry inc., Iroiii I<'ullorloii iivc. lo Divjtrsoy st *• 10(8 

Scyiiioiir si., Iroiii Nort li av«*. lo Aiiiiilii}.'*' live " 88tt 

Si.xiccrilli St., I'ldiii Wcsici-n axe. to ( nliloriiiii avo " 2HH 

Sixtfciilli si ., li om llMlstcd Hi. to 'I'lirooj) at " 888 

Shields a\c , I rom 'I'liirly-llrsI si. to 'Phii ly t liii-d st " 278 

Slut'lds u\ «'., I roiii 'l'\vciil> -sixlli st. lo 'riiii ty-lli-st, st " :}17 

8h<'llk'l<l avc, from (Mark st. to Addison st " loi;{ 

Soul hport avc, I'loni Fiilicrton avc. to Holrnoiit ave " 1013 

SpriDjj St., I roiii Slate St. to Wciitworth avp ... *' 744 

Stewart avc, from Caiuilport av(\ to Liimborst " ;jlf5 

St. Louis ave., I'roin Lake st. to (Jhicajco ave " 279 

Sulzer St., from Shclliold ave. to Halsted st " lOl J 

Thirty -s(?t'ond st., from r>aurel street to [Jllman st " ;}17 

Thirjy-t'ourth St., Irom Halsted st, to Laurel st " 341 

Thirty-fourth St., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave '* 317 

Thii-ty-sixtli St., from State St. to Indiana ave " 744 

Thirty-eiy hth St., from Wabash ave. to VVentworth ave 744 

Thomas st., from Seymour st. to California ave " 745 

Twelfth St., from Kedzie ave. to Garfield and Douglas blvds " 279 

Twenty-first St., from Union st. to Halsted st ' " 667 

Twenty-second St., from Western ave. to Trumbull ave " 379 

Twenty-third place, from Wentworth ave. to Archer ave *' 298 

Twenty-sixth St., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave " 66^J 

Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover St. to Wallace !-t " 341 

Twenty- eighth St., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st " 317 

Van Horn St., Irom Robey st. to Western ave " 667 

Vernon ave., from Thirty-seventh st. to Egan ave " 341 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st " 701 

Vine St., from Division St. to Vedder st " 317 

v^ine St., from Vedder st. to Rees st " 278 

Wabansia ave., from Coventry St. to Ashland ave " 316 

Washburne ave., from Robey St. to Oakley ave " 279 

Washtenaw ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 811 

Washtenaw ave., from Division St. to North ave " 812 

Wellington St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st " 962 

Western ave.. from Indiana St. to Chicago ave " 609 

Western ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave ^ " 745 

Windsor ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted St " 1204 

Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to Van Buren st " 813 

Whitehouse place, from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave " ^98 

Wood St., from Archer ave. to Egan ave 887 

Wood St., from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 279 



. INSPECTOR OF GAS. 

Report, for quarter endii g March 31st, 1889 Filed 17 

Report, for A pi il, 1889 Filed 58 

Report, for May, 1889 Filed 163 

Report, for June, 1889 Filed 277 

Report, for quarter ending June 30, 1889 - Filed 277 

Report, for July, 1889 ^led 397 



INDEX LV 

Report, lor August, 1889 Jailed 419' 

Report, lor quai'ter ending- Sept. 30, 1889 Pub. and File 661 

Report, for September and October, 1889.. Pub. and File 661 

Report, for November, 1 889 Filed 797 

Report, for quarter ending- Dee. 31, 1889 Filed 1070- 

Report, for January, 1890 Filed 1133 

Report, for FebruarJ^ 1890 Filed 13:^3 



INVITATIONS. 



Chicago, Auditorium Assn., to attend dedication Accept and File 774 

Chicago, Garbage Reduction Co., to visit works Accept and File 58a 

Dickinson Bi'os. & King, to visit cement works Accept 273 

French Canadian Com., to review parade Accept and File 163 

G. A. R. Memorial Assn., to view parade Accept 93 

Illinois Board of Agriculture, to attend fat stock show — Accept 665 

1. O. F., to review parade Accept 382 

Turn Verein, Bahn Frei, to attend masquerade Accept 1101. 



MAYOR. 



Annexation, Jefferson and Cicero, concerning Jud. 48 

Annexation, communicalion frojn County Judge, In re-election Filed 295 

Annual message (inaugural) 8 

Appointing Adams, Louis, Sealer of Weights and Measures Con. in 30 

Appointing Banyon, Horace, Police Clerk Desplaines St. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing Bradwell, Thomas, Police Justice Con. in 693 

Appointing Clinton, Peter, Pound Keeper West Division Con. in 30 

Appointing Corkery, Timothy, Pound Keeper South Division Con. in 30 

Appointing Crain, Charles S., Inspector of Oils . Con. in 30 

Appointing Doolittle, James R., Member Board of Education Con. in 241 

Appointing Doyle, James, Police Justice W. Twelfth St. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing Dreyer, Edward S., Member Public Library Board Con. in 581 

Appointing Dunphy, John M., Commissioner of Buildings Con. in 193 

Appointing Eberhardt, Max, Police Justicg Desplaines St. Court Con. In 30 

Appointing Ford, William H., Inspector House of Correction Con. in 581 

Appointing Halik, Stanilus J., Police Clerk W. Twelfth St. Court. Con. in 30 

Appointing Hannon, John, Police Bailiff E. Chicago Ave. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing Hendrickson, John S., Police Chief Clerk Harrison St. Court Con. In 30 

Appointing Herely, Millard B., Member Board of Education Con. in 241 

Appointing Hoffman, Jr., Francis A., City Collector . Con. in 47 

Appointing Hutchinson, Jonas, Corporation Counsel Con. in 10 

Appointing Kersten, George, Police Justice E. Chicago Ave. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing La Buy, Michael A., Police Justice W. Chicago ave Con. in 30 

Appointing Leindecker, Charles J., Police Bailiff Harrison st Con. in 30 

Appointing Marsh, Frederick H., General Superintendent of Police Con. in 875 

Appointing May, John A., Prosecuting Attorney Con. In 30 

Appointing Murphy, Morgan, Police Bailiff W. Twelfth st. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing Newberry, Walter C, Inspector House of Correction. . Con. in 581. 

Appointing O'Brien, William, Police Bailiff Desplaines St. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing O'Donnell, James, Police Bailiff W. Chicago Ave. Court Con. in 30 

Appointing Onohan, William J., City Comptroller Con. in 10^ 



LVI 



A|t|i<»lMl iiijf IN'i'li, l-'cnl. W., Mfiiil>«<r Koiinl ol' Kiluctiliori Con. in ;i41 

Appointing IMpcr, Hit^lumi J., VMy rhyHh-ian (Jon. in :iU 

Appiiiiil irijf PicntlKH, .lolin H., McinlH-r lloiinl of Kiln(;iition ('on. in 241 

Appoint hiK l'i in(l<'vUl<>, Joiiii I'olice .J iisi Ico lliiri iHon Ht. Court ('on. in yo 

AppointinK IMinly, WilllHin |{., ConiniiHHionor of I'liblic Works Con. In 10 

Appoinlin^r K«'(m!. ClirlMtoplHM- .1.. I'oli(!i' ( Icrit Cf)n. In mi 

AppolnllMK K« ii(i, Wiiiiiini P., Mrnihi^r I'uhllc Library Hoard Con. in 581 

AppointinR Uocllc, lOilwanl .1., l'oli(M) CJ<'rk, K. ChlcaKo Avo. (Join t Con. In 30 

Appoint.inn" Schocllcid, .loHcph, liiMoj'ctor ol' (Jan (Jon. In 20 

Appoint Iiik: SlKu iiiim, lirnutius, I'oiicc Uiiilill' (On. in (WIJ 

Appointintf Slioi tiill, .Jolin (J., Member I'libilc Library lioanJ (Jon. In 581 

Appoint ioK Swcnie, I)(innis .)., Kire MarHlial Con. In 30 

Appointing Sniitb. Robert J., Mc-mbor Lil)rary lioard Con. In 1414 

AppointiMK I'lioiiipson, Alon/,o A,, AHHistant (Jicrk, Hurrison St. (Jourt (Jon. In '.iO 

Appointinjf TlionipKon, William H.. Meniber Hrjard ol' Education (Jon. In 50J> 

Appointing 'rierney, I'atrick J., Inspector of Hollers Con. In 30 

Api)oin(in«' Walil, Louis, Inspc^otor Houfio of Correction (Jon. In 581 

Ai)poiiitiiiK Wullacc, Martin It M., Police Justice, Harrison St. Court (Jon. in 30 

Appointing Walz, Goorj^e T., Market Master, Randolph St. Market Con. in 161 

Ap]>oiMtiiiK^ Went(!r, Frank, Member Hoard of Education Con. in 341 

Appoint iuf? Wliit(>, Charles J., Police Justice, Desplaines St. Court Con. in 'SO 

Appointin}? Wickersham, Dr. Swayne, ('ommissioner of Health Con. in 312 

Appointing^ Wolson, Alfred C, Police Clerk, W. Chicago Ave. Court Con. in 30 

Hoard of Education, communication in re., title to land near Grand Crossing Fin. 558 

Hridge, Western ave., concerning Re-Com. H. and H. b9 

Hurial permits, Ord. concerning Con. in. 951 

Chicago river. Plan for purifying south branch of Fin. 479 

Chicago river, on proposition for purifying south branch of P. W. 632 

(;ity funds, on ord. designating banks for deposit of Pub. and Jud. 58 

Cit J' funds. Message concerning deposit and interest on Fin. 173 

Conduits. Requiring companies using to ventilate Con, in 695 

Engineers, on ord. licensing, etc., to re-consider Con. in 1354 

Garbage, on ord. concerning dumping into lake Con. in 395 

Gas. On ord. to contract for Pub. and File 120 

High water service, concerning File 113 

Knickerboclier, Judge J. C, announcing death of 950 

Message, Annual Pub. 8 

Message. Fees of Inspector of Oils, on ord. concerning Jud. 15 

Message. Eight hour law, on ord. concerning Con. in 29 

Message, Milliken, Issac L., ex-Mayor, on death of Pub. in 773 

Nuisances. Privy vaults fronting on any streets Health, &c. 243 

Releases Filed 1, 29, 47, 77, 93, 119, 141, 161, 173, 193, 219, 241, 275, 311, 362, 395 

407, 416, 451, 479, 509, 535, 657. 581, 659. 693, 741, 773, 795, 799, 916 

951, 999, 1067, 1081, 1101, 1131, 1183, 1248, 1271, 1323, 1353, 1413, 1483 

Railroads, C, B. & Q. R. R., concerning viaducts R, R. ia54 

Railroads, R. R. Companies, to compel to erect gates at crossings. . . , Con. in 1081 

Railroads, I. C. R. R., on amending ord. for permit to use part of Lake Park ave. 

for depot Con. in 694 

Railroads, L. S. &M. S. Ry.,on amended order to cross Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

sts Con. in 311 

Railroads. Transfer tickets and rates of fare, conference regarding _ Con. in 604 

Railroads, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., amend ord. for tracks on Taylor st Con. in 876 

Railroads, W. Chicago R. T. Co., supplemental ord. for "L" Road Con. in 1183 

Scammou, J. Young, announcing death of 1413 

Sewers, on Res. to construct by special assessment Pub. 915, Con. in 1350, Fin. 1053 

Sewer, Lincoln ave., from South port to Belmont aves., on order to lower Reconsidered 999 

Toll Roads, to abolish Con. in 313 

Toll Roads, (Snell), on proposition to sell to city . Fin. 951 

Veto. Base ball park, ord. for on Ohio st Con. in 878 

Veto, Campbell park, Transfer to W. Park Comrs Con. in 557 

Veto, Wm. Davidson, claim for backpay Con. in 694 

Veto, P. C. Hanford Oil Cos., ord. for pipe lines Con. in 275 

Veto, International Bank, claim for dredging, Approved 119 

Veto. Speed of trains Pub. 1414 



INDEX LVII 

Veto, Szymcek, J., permit for bldg-. 706 Noble st Con. in T95 

Veto, widen Congress St., State st. to Michig-an ave., repealing ord Con. in 91 

Veto, W. Chicago St. R. R. Co., ord. for tracks on Ar.nitage ave File 1066 

Viaduct, on pet. for over R. R. track at Lincoln st Fin. 1183 

Water tax of military organizations, concerning Con. in 243 

Water tax, to cancel for Cook county Fin. 951 

Wicker, ex- Aid., announcing death of 915 

World's Fair, on organizing to secure location for Chicago Con. in 313 

World's Fair, appointing committee to secure location for Chicago Con. In 360 

World's Fair. Telegram from Mayor at Washington announcing that Chicago had secured 

location of Pub. and Filed 124T 



OFFICAL BONDS. 



Adams, Louis, Sealer of Weights and Measures Approved 31 

Amberg, Franz, City Clerk " 11 

Crain, Chas. S., Inspector of Oils " 31 

Cregier, DeWitt C. Mayor " 8 

Dunphy, John M., Commissioner of Buildings " 194 

Ford, Wm. H., Inspector House of Correction " 665 

Hoffman, Francis A., Jr., City Collector ; " 78 

Hutchinson, Jonas, Corporation Counsel. " 10 

Marsh, Frederick H., General Supt. of Police " 916 

May, John A., Prosecuting Atty *' 31 

Newberry, Walter C, Inspector House of Correction " 774 

Onohan, William J. City Comptroller " 10' 

Piper, Richard J. , City Physician " 31 

Purdy, William H., Commisssioner of Public Works. " 11 

Roesing, Bernard, City Treasurer " 11 

Schoefleld, Joseph, Inspector of Gas " 31 

Sugg, George F., City Attorney " H 

Swenie, Dennis J., Fire Marshal " 48 

Tierney, Patrick J., Inspector of Boilers " 31 

Walz, George T., Market Master, Randolph St. Market " 162 

Wahl, L .uis, Inspector House of Correction " 608 

Wiekersham, Swayne, Dr., Commissioner of Health " 311 



LVlll INDKX 



-FAOB- 



OUDEKS. 



Numc 



Adiims, li.. IN'rtnll I'or cimopy, 70 Jiicksfni st 

AliisUii Kiirt'o., IN-rniu lor l:impi)<)st, 157 State St 

Allry, iM't. Ilnlsifd amUViiiesls., adj. Lots I'roiitlnjr on Nortli avf 

Slmdcs IMiicc 

Alley, Nurlli ami South rnmi North avc. to F''ii«-<'iii<' h1 ., hct. (Jlevelatul 

mill lliids 111 a\cs.. Name, St. Micliacls ('oiii t 

Aiiicririri Horse Show, Permit to liaiiy haiiiior 

Aialeison, .loiin.'I'o pay liiicdv siiliiiy as Asst. Harbor MaHter 

Apprerilu-e Uoys' IMeasurc Club. Permit tor b arititir cor. Madison and) 

llalsted sts f 

Ap{)reMtiee IJovs' Pleasure Club, Pertnit for banner cor. Blue Island ave. 

iiikI Tu'eirtli St 

Appreiiiice Koys" Pleasure Club, Permit tor banner cor. Blue Island ave. 

and 'rwi'li't li S( 

Apprcniii-e Mo.\ s' IMeasureClub, Permit for banner cor. Milwaukoeave. 

and Iiidi;ina st 

Approaches, to Campbell Park, bet. Leavittst. and Oakley ave, Replace 

with sDono 

Approaches, on St. Louis ave.. Cross C. »fc N. W. R. R 

xVppropi-iarion, Stat ioiierj-, For additional for (Jity (Jlerk's office 

Aitpropriatioii, '^'or l^Si), of Annexed territory, F<n- Copj' of 

Arani, Ph , Permit lor awning- 

Armour, P. 1)., To deed to, the ^ . M filk. lo, C. T. Sub., Sec. 13^, ^.i, 14 . .. 
Armour, P. D., Permit To use Driveway of lUittertield st., from Thirty- 
third to Thirty-foui th sts., to pile buihiing- material on 

Asylum i)lace, Chaiij>e Name to Webster ave 

Aurlitorium Assn., Permit for awnings 

Austin, K. C, Permit to Construct Oil Tank 

Awning-, To use for protection from accidents by building-s in course 

erection, For draft of ord 

Radges, for ord.. To provide tor, to be worn by retired Policeman 

Baths, Public, To establish 

Baths. Public, F'or estimate and plans for 

Barber Asphalt Co., Permit to erect shelter sheds 

B irber Asphalt C )., Permit for switch track on Paulina st 

Barber Asphalt Co., Permit to use Crude oil for Fuel 



1 

a 

o 
n 



4;{5 
4:jfi 

158 

15A 
577 
678 

•m 

132 

136 

324 

371 

325 
249 
697 
12H« 
169 
496 



o 



Blk. 21, O. T 

Barrel, Joseph, et al.. To execute quitclaim deed to. Lot 1, Goodeuow j 

est., add. 34, 30, 13 ( 

Bates, H. C. To refund tax to 

Beam. J. H.. Permit for frame bldg. in Ravenswood 

Beaumont, A., Permit to place Bill Boards on Bridges .. 

Bennett. C. E., Permit for sign71 Monroe st 

Best, J. H.. To pay for damage to horse 

Bicycles, To prohibit driving at night without headlight and gong 



Bill boards. For removal from Lake Front near Park Row -j 

Blasting on Grand ave.. Rockwell st. to Artesian ave., To prohibit 

Block St., Change name to Myers ave 

Board of Education, To Submit Estimates for school purposes for 1890. 

Board of Education, Concerning Title to land near Gi-and Crossing 

Boston Store, Permit to build chimney in rear of store 

Bridge, Adams St., To hasten construction of 

Bridge. Adams St., To remove to Taylor st 

Bridge, Adams St., (old). To remove to Calumet River at Ninety-fifth st. 

Bridge, Canal St., To include in estimates for 

Bridge. Carpenter st. or Sangamon St., To make appropriation for 

Bridge, Carpenter st. or Sangamon St., To negotiate for 

Bridge, Clark St., To place at Webster ave -j 

Bridge, Diversey St., For appropriation for 

Bridge, Illinois and Michigan Canal at California ave 

Bridge, Monroe St., For estimate of cost 

Bridge, Ninety-fifth st. Cross Calumet river. Plans for 

Bridge, Ninety-fifth st. Cross Calumet river. Let contract for 

Bridae, North ave.. Let contract for 

Bridsre. Randolph St., For plans for 

Bridge, Sangamon St., To let contract for 

Bridge, Sangamon sc. to insert in appropriation bill for 

Bridge, Taylor St., To let contract for Centre Pier of, etc -j 



156 
156 



136 



435 



r>Ti 
325 

i;j2 



324 
371 

325 



1268 
169 
496 



529 




.529 


!l443 






140.9 




1409 


989 






1241 




1241 


2b8 




288 


371 






526 




526 


114 




114 


185 




185 


249 






■ 21 






112 




112 


149 




14H 


942 




942 


1097 






1242 






848 




848 


942 




942 


1.52 




152 


232 




232 


252 




252 


945 






526 


526 




1077 




1077 


1102 






530 




530 


206 


206 




1093 






570 






1077 




1077 


235 




235 


324 






449 




475 


1301 






1093 






155 




1.55 


688 




688 


1298 






443 




443 


1034 




1034 


724 




724 


768 


768 


26 




26 


945 




945 1 



IIS^DEX 



ORD^nS—Continuel. 



Bridge, Webster ave., To construct Centre Pier, etc., concarning- . 

Bridge, Western ave.. Across the Canal, Repair approaches 

Bridge, Western ave., (North), To let contract tor 

Bridge, Wood St., For estimate of cost 

Bridges, steam, For danger signs on 

Bridges. On roads bet. Ridgeland ave. and Austin road, and at cross- 
ing at Belmont ave 

Brunner, A. S., Claim for datnage to aniform. . . 

Building line. On streets. Concerning 

Building Ordinance, To amend, as to Lake View Dist : . 

Buildmgs. To prohibit erecting higher than w dth ot street 

Burke, Wm., To refund forfeit on scavanger contract .... 

Calendar, Of pending matters b ^fore the Council, To prepare 

Callaghan, Mrs. John, Refund for saloon license 

Calumet ave., To have placed on lamp posts bet. Eighteenth and Thir- 
ty-fifth scs 

Campbell Park, To transfer control to West Park Comrs 

Camptield, A. L., Permit tor sign 73 S. Clark st 

Canopy, Permit for 136 S. Clark st 

Catch basins, Law^renze ave.. West of Milwaukee ave.. To repair 

Catch basins. For at cor. Rockwell and Augusta sts 

Cattle, Prohibit driving on improved streets east of State st 

Carney, John, Pay for loss of horse 

Chicas^o White Stocking B. B. C, Permit to occupy part of Ohio st 

Chicago White Stocking B. B. C, Permit to erect fences and buildings 
for Base Ball Park at Tnirty-fifth st. and Wentworth ave 

City funds. For test case concerning deposit and interi-'St 

City Clerk, To employ additional clerks 

City Clerk, For appropriation for additional stationery. 

City Hall, For report as to purchase of lot for in West Div 

Clarkson, S. N., Permit for sign 479 State st 

Condemn land. For widening Woodlawn ave. and Lake ave. to Forty- 
fifth St., and from Forty-sixth to Forry-seventh st,. For ord 

Conduits, Require companies using, to ventilate 

Congress Athletic Club, permit for banners 

Conway, W. A., Permit for barber pole 

Connery, John T., Permit for iron bridge cross Lumber st 

Court Fidelity, I. O. F., Permit to string banner 

Court Mulligan, I. O. F., Permit to string banner 

Court Log'an, I. O. F., Permit to strina- banner 

Court Patterson, I. O. F., Permit to string banner 

Council Chamber, For estimate of cost for extending galleries in 

Council Chamber, For purchase of additional furniture for 

Council Chamber, To cover floor of gallery with matting 

Council Proceedings, To have printed by Thursday after regular meet- 
ings 

Crilly, D. F., Permit to repair sidewalk 

Crossing, On alley north of Chicago ave.^ on Harding ave 

Crossing, On Harding ave 

Crossing, On Chicago ave 

Crossing, On Lincoln ave., bet. Wrightwood ave. and Marianna st 

Crossing, On Lincoln ave., bet. Diversey st. and Marianna st 

Crossing and Culverts (foot and wagon). Cor. Prince and L iwndale aves 

Cruver, Austin, Permit for corrugated iron bldg., cor. Sacramento and 
Kedzie aves 

Culvert. At crossing Grand Trunk R, R. and Oakley ave 

Culvert, At Austin ave. and Diversey st 

Curb stone, Corner Franklin st. and North ave.. Concerning setting of. 

Curb stone, Alley south of Polk St., on east side of Hermitage ave,. To 
remove 

Curb walls, Ogden ave., Twelfth «t. to California ave.. Concerning 

Curran, J. J., Permit to remove water meters from 350-353 Blue Island 
ave 

Dabb, C. W., Permit to erect canopy, 106 Lake st 

Damage Suits, For report if advisable to engase Special Atty. on 

Davidson, Wm., To pay back salary as Asst. Harbor Master 

Dean. David E., Permit for fruit stand, N. W. cor. County Bldg 

Deering, Wm., & Co., Permit to lay pipe across Fullerton ave 

Demme and Roessler, Permit to erect signs 

De Pincier, Thos.. Permit for storm door, 18 S. Clark st \ 



— PAGE— 



o 
o 



Presented, 


Referred to Dept. 
Public Works. 


Passed, 


27 




27 


105 






293 




293 


"503 




533 


i O i 






1164 




1164 


289 




289 


854 


854 




68 




68 


41 












88 




88 


104 




253 


7i6 






903 






1091 


mi 




537 


507 




1091 




1091 


733 




10.53 


854 




854 


686 


686 




m 




136 


^ LQ 

o to 






853 






1168 




1168 


338 






355 






910 




910 


103 




103 


471 




471 


638 




63S 


695 




695 


853 


853 




63 




63 






101 

1 U J- 


204 




204 


371 




371 








15 




155 


64 




64 


305 




305 


500 




53i) 


85 




85 


286 




2<6 


636 




636 


636 




626 


636 




636 


769 




769 


769 




769 


289 




289 


766 




766 


721 






854 


854 




156 




156 


335 




325 


40 




268 


1240 


1240 




598 




641 


1094 






235 




632 


989 




989 


988 




988 


100 




100 


577 




^77 


593 







9 
S 

a 
o 
o 

a> 
■35 



0) 



s 

S 

c 
o 
o 
OS 



878 



911 



87^ 



r88 



{)Rl)VAi>^— Continued. 



Ditch (County), Lincoln avo. to the river, To deepen and clean 

Ditch, Rand 'lload, Milwimkeo ave W. 'M) rods, I)eepon and clean 

Ditch. KiKlit.v-scvciitli St., To open and kec[) clean 

Dock lines. To establish on south branch of river 

Do^fs, linpouiulinur and taxiuR, To amend ord 

Douglas Park Place, To change name to Washburne ave 

DoujflHs Park Place. To chauj^e name to Washburne ave., Kepeal 

Drains, Ainslie St., Stay 

Drains, Ashland ave.. Thirty-ninth st. to Fifty-fifth fit 

Drains, Avenue "C," S xty-seventh st. to Seventy-first st 

Drains, California ave., North ave. to Fullerton ave., stay 

Drains, California ave.. North ave, toFullerten ave.. Rescind, stay, order 

Drains, Chicaffo ave., Pine St. to 600 ft. East, Let contract 

Drains, Cottage Grove ave., Oakwood ave. to Fifty-flrst st 

Drains, Courtland St., Western ave. to Simons ave.. Stay 

Drains, Crystal st., Leavitt st. to Eastern terminus. Stay 

Drains, Crystal St., Rescind, stay, order 

Drains, Dashiel St., Thirty-first st. to Egan ave.. Let contract 

Drains, Dudley St., North ave. to Armitage ave.. Stay 

Drains, Dudley St., North ave. to Armitag-e ave.. Rescind, stay, order. . 

Drains, Elk Grove ave.. North ave. to Armitag-e ave.. Si ay 

Drains, Elk Grove ave.. North ave. to Armitage ave., Kescind, stay, or 

der 

Drains, Exc mnsre ave.. Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st 

Drains, Fifty-fifth St., Lake ave. to Cottage Grove ave 

Drains, Fillmore St., Western ave. to Rockwell St., Stay 

Drains, Forty-third St., State st. to I. C. R, R ] 

Drains, Forty-fourth St., Cottage Grove ave. to Grand Doul 



Drains, Forty-sixth St.. Cottage Grove ave. to State st 

Drains, Forty-seventh St., Halsted st. to Paulina st 

Drains, Forestville ave.. Forty-third st. to Forty-four.h st 

Drains, Foi'estville ave.. Forty-fourth st. to Langley ave 

Drains, Greenwood ave., Sixty-third st. to Sixty-sixth st 

Drains, Halsted St., Effan ave. to tne River, Stay 

Drains, Halsted sr.. Thirty-ninth st. to Sixty ninth st 

Drains, Harvard st., Campbell ave. to California ave., Stay.... 

Drains, Millard ave., Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-eighth st 

Drains, Millard ave.. Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-eighth St., Stay war 
rant 

Drains, North ave.. Stay 

Drains (box). One Hundred and Fourth St., Hegewich ave. to 100 ft. E. 
of Buffalo ave 

Drains and culverts. One Hundred and Sixth St., Calumet River R. R. 
tu Avenue '"I" 

Drains, Otis St., Pleasant st. to Penn St., Stay 

Drains, Seventy-ninth St., B. & O. R. R. to Lake Michigan, Let contract 

Drains. Shields ave.. Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third St., Le contract 

Drains, Twenty-third place, Wentworth avenue to Archer ave., Let con- 
tract 

Drains, Twenty-third St., Wentworth ave. to State St., Let contract 

Drains, Thirtieth St., Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave.. Let contract 

Drains, Vine St.. Division to Race sts.. Stay 

Drains, Wabansia ave., Western ave. to Simons ave., Stay 

Drainage project. To employ engineers on 

Drainage, Chicago River, Thirty-first to Eighty-seventh sts.. For plat 
showing system of 

Driveway (pleasure), on Fifty-first St., For ord. to establish 

Duerstein and Goerens, Permit for lamp post 129 S. Clark st 

Dupkin, Louis, Permit for lamp post cor. Archer ave. and Greeley ave 

Eagle Hat Co., Perm t for sign 270 S. Clark st -j 

Electric Lig-hts, Cor. Forty-first st. and Bissell st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Forry-f >urth st. and Wright st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Forty-fifth st. and Wright st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Forty-ninth st. and C & W. I. R. 

Electric Lights. Cor. Forty-ninth st. and Laflin st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Forty-nin h st. und Winrer st 

Electric Light-, Cor. Fifty-first st. and Morgan st 

Electric Lights. Cor. Fifty-second st. and Morgan st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Fifty-third st. and Aberdeen st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Fifty-third st. nnd Centre ave 

Electric Lights, Cor. Fifty-ninth st. and C. & W. L R. R. 



R. 



855 
H55 
7«« 
.')().'{ 
41 
24 
HH 
11«8 

m 

444 

1235 
lOWi 
66 
103 
1092 
26 
39 
26 

39 
46.5 
1347 
1120 
1235 
720 
602 
1298 
8.55 
570 
570 
719 
151 
855 
1120 
599 

1305 
26 

537 

1401 
1167 
1401 
1092 

1032 
1032 
1032 
1237 
1098 
333 

1300 
946 
231 
849 
436 
520 
1036 
1300 
1347 
1036 
1116 
1072 
1403 
1403 
1403 
1403 
1260 



it 

*- o 



8.'i5 
K55 



24 
88 

855 



T3 

'ii 
til 
OS 
Oh 



O 
*^ 

o 



465 
134 

1235 

602 

vm 

855 
570 
570 
7J9 

855 

599 



789 
503 
41 



1168 



26 
39 
444 

10JJ6 

m 

If 13 
1092 
26 
39 
26 

39 



1120 
720 



151 
1120 



1305 
•4^ 



527 



1401 
1167 
1401 
109 i 

1032 
1032 
1032 
123 
1096 
333 

1300 
946 
23 
849 
436 
520 

1300 

1036 
1116 



INDEX 



OUB^ERS— Continued. 



Electric Lights. Cor. Gordon st. and Wallace st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Lay ton st. and Wright st 

Electric Lig-hts, Cor. Morgan st. and Fifteenth st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Monrce st. and Peoria St., Change to N. W. corner. 

Electric Lights, Cor. Koot st. and Bissell st 

Electric Lights, Cor. School st, and Duncan st - 

Electric Lights, Cor. School st. and Forty-second st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Seventeenth st. and Winter st 

Electric Lights, Cor. Wallace st. and Forty-first st 

Electric Lights, Cor Wilson st. and Bissell st 

Electric Lights, Chestnut St., Halsted st. to Wallace st. .. — 

Electric Lights, Duncan sf 

Electric Lights, W. Indiana st j 

Electric Lights^ Lake st 

Electric Lights, W. Madis »n st , , . . . , , , . . . . . . 

Electric Lights, Sixty-third St., Halsted st. to Ashland ave 

Electric Lights, Stokes' Sub. in Thirty-first ward 

Electric Lights. In Twenty-ninth ward — . . 

Electric Lights, in Tiiirty-flrst waid ... -j 

Electric Lights, In Thirty-first Avard, Let contract for 

Electric Lights, To light streets by 

Electric Light Plant, To construct on Milwaukee ave., Halsted st. and 
Blue Island ave 

Electric Light Plant, To purchase sites for j 

Electric Lights, For estimate for cost to furnish private consumers 

Electric Lights, For estimate for cost of in West Div 

Electric Light Wires and Poles, By what rignt in streets and alleys 

Electric Wires, Conduits and Poles, Statement of those belonging to city 
Emeline Baths, To cancel water tax to 

Euclid ave.. To change name to DeSoto ave | 

Euclid ave., To change name to Nicollet ave | 

Expenses, City Departments, To make estimates for 1890 

Extend, Wallace St., Forty-third to Forty-fourth sts i 

Fagan, Wm. J., To refund damage paid to Harrison St. Bridge 

Fair, George, Permit to retain sign boards on city property ..... .... 

Parley, Jane Ann, Pay claim of 

Fence, To remove from Forty-fourth st.^ Lake to Greenwood aves 

Fessenden, B A., Permitoto lay steam pipe under Van Buren st., west 

of Market st 

Field. Marshal, Permit for shew window and storm doors 

Fire Dept., To have control of lot corner Chicago ave. and Sedgwick st. 

Fire alarm Box, S. E. cor. Curtis and Er.e sts 

Fire alarm Box, Corner Hoyne ave. and Indiana st 

Fire alarm Box, Corner Fifty-seventh st. and Cottage Grove ave 

Fire alarm Box, Corner Kedzie Hve. and Kinzie st 

Fire Plug, Lincoln ave., Wrightwood to Lill aves 

First ave.. Change name to Tilden place 

Flagmen, At Grand Trunk R. R. and Loomis st ., 

Forepaugh, Adam, Permit to use Lake Front 

Finstead, H., Permit to string banner 

Gambling, To enforce ord. against 

Garbage, To stop dumping bet. Winter, Sherman, Fifty-sixth Fifty- j 

seventh, and Fifty-eighth sts ( 

Garbage, To refer report of Special Com. on to Conir. of Health 

Garbage, To remove from alleys 

Gas Inspectors, To create board of 

Gas, To contract with Gas Cos. for year 1889. 

Gas, To contract for | 

Gas, To advertise for hids for year 1890 

•Gas, To let contract for cleaning, lighting, etc , 

Gas, To let contract for cleaning, lighting, etc 

Gas, For supplying, lighting, cleaning, etc 

Gas, For lighting with other material than gas 

G as. For lighting oil lamps 

Gas, To ascertain if gas can be furnished in new districts as in old city 

limits 

•Gas, To ascertain price of for 1890 



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1043 
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632 

303 

628 

63 

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725 
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I»AOE-- 



OliDKliS-Contivicd. 



(Jus, For report If onlt-rs as to lijfhtiiiK", rtc. Jin- complied with 

(Jus l,Mni)is,*A l<liiie scjiiare, ( iiin.jfe to iioiileviini lainpB 

(ias .Milium, Superior St., May st . to ( 'eiil re ave 

(Jas Mains, Nol)i<- st., SlieUield a\ e. to Hal-ted st 

(Jas'Maiiis, Wilson ave., Kvanston a\ f. to th«* Lake 

Gas. Mutual Fuel (las Co.. Permit to lay mains ^ 

(ias. I'eoplen" (Jas Co.. Notity to lay mains (ni Milwaukee ave., Califor- 
nia to Fuilerton aves 

Gas works, ConeerninK' 

Gas works. City to ereet. Ord. for 

(JauU'r, H., To rebate water tax to 

(J illiiiK' !". Permit lor storm door 188 E. Monroe st 

(iormully \' .)etTr» y Mtfr. Co., Permit to e.xeavate part of all^y adj. Lot 
7, HIk. ;J5, .lolinson, S. & Roberts Addn 

Gondriny, A. C. Permit for lamp i)ost front Chicago Business College.. 

Grade, Ashland ave 

Grade. IJlue Island ave.. Twenty first st. to Twenty-second St., to change 

Grade, Campbell ave.. Polk to Taylor sts 

Grade, Grneeland ave 

Grade, Eighteenth St., Western ave. to California ave 

Grade, Fifty-sevetith st.. Cottua'e Grove ave to Woodlawn ave 

Grade, Forty-seventh St., Grand boul. to State st 

Grade, I'orty-seventh St., Grand boul. to State St.. concerning 

Grade. Jackson ave.. Fifty-fourth to Fifty-ninth sts 

Grade, Millard ave., Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth St., to lower 

Grade, North Water St.. Rush to Kinzie sts., to raise 

Grade, Oakley ave., Thirteenth to Fourteenth sts., concerning 

Grade, Oglesbv ave.. Sixty-seventh to Seventy-lirst sts., repeal 

Grade, Seventy-seventh St., to lower 

Grade, sundry streets in Thirty-second Ward 

Grade, S, ^2 Sec. 29. 39, 14. bet Hamhn and Homan aves 

Grade, Yates ave.. Sixty-seventh to Seventy-first sts., repeal 

Grade of sidewalk Milwaukee ave., Lawrenze ave. to Depot Place, tt 
make uniform 

Graham, J. H., Permit to repair sidewalk 

Gregston Saml., Permit to use alley space rear St. 16, Blk. 142, S. S. Adc 

Guiding Star Lodge. A. O. U. W.. Permit to string tanner 

Hair, J. S , To refund amt. paid for Bldg. permit 

Hamilton, D. G., Permit to Imp. Thirty-fourth St., Rhodes ave. to Cot 
tage Grove ave 

Hanrah & H<- gg. Permit for canopy at Madison St. Theatre 

Harme?, A.. To pay lor damage by change of sidewalk space 

Hardy. G.. Permit to erect stand 112 S. Water st 

Haider .t Hater. Require to remove fence at Stewart ave. cross allej 



Place and to build approaches 

Harding. Geo. F.. Permit for chimney in alley 151 Washington st 

Hartnian Mfg. Co., Permit for corrugated iron bldg 

Health Ordinances. To enforce 

Hecktus, Bertha, To pay for personal injuries 

Hedenberg. John, Perrait to extend bldg. foundation 194 W. Harrlsoi] 

St. , under Water Works lot 

Henderson, David, Permit for storm doors Chicago Opera House 

Hemelgarn. Wm., Permit for barber pole 949 West Twenty-first st 

Hoffman, Augusta, To pay for personal injuries 

Hogan, Jos., Permit for plumbers' sign 23o Fifth ave 

Howland, G. B., Permit for protection gate Dearborn st. bridge \ 



St. 



Improvement, alley, S. Block 42, Sec. 7, repeal 

Improvement, alley, S. Block 42. Sec. 7 (E. andcW. only) 

Improvement, alley, N. and S. Block 11. Sec 17 

Improvement, alley, IN". Block 11, Sec. 17 

Improvement, alley. Block 13, Fort Dearljorn Add 

Improvement, alley, Block 3.?. Kinzie s Add 

Improvement, alley, Block 12', Kinzie's Add 

Improvement, alley, Block 2, Magee & High's Add 

Improvement, alley. Block 1. Newberry's Add 

Improvement, alley. Blocks 12 it 13, S. F. Smith's Sub., Sta3-. . . 

Improvement alleys. Block 1. Union Park Add 

Improvement, alleys. Block 10. Union Park 2d Add 

Improvement, allhys. Block 1. Union Park Add., Let contract. 



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599 


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496 






378 




378 






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186 




186 






1241 




1241 






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572 




572 






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INDEX 



LXIII 



0'RD:ER8— Continued. 



N. 



T. Sub. W. 1/2 & W. 1/2 N. E. 14 sec. 17, 



^ & W. 1/2 N. E. 14 Sec. 17, 
' T.'Sub.' W.' 14 &' W. 14 N. 



Improvement, alley, N. 14 Block 6, Union Park Add 

Improvement, alleys, Block 10, Union Park Add., Stay 

Improvement, alleys. Block in, Union Park Add., Repeal 

Improvement, alleys. Block 25, Wolcott's Add., Let contract 

Improvement, alley, E. & W., Block 33, Wolcott's Add 

Improvement, alley, E., Block 33, Wolcott's Add 

Improvement, alley, Block 36, Wolcott's Add 

Improvement, alley, rear Lots 29 to 34, inc., Block 9, W. H & W 

E. 14 Sec. 17, 39, 14 

Improvement, alley. Block 16, W. 14 & W. H N. E. 14 Sec. 17, 39, 14, Pro- 

ceed 

Improvement'/ ailey^ Block 16,' w'.'i4 '&' w'.'i^' 'n'. 'e'. 'H s'ec' 17, 39 ' 14^ ' Stay 
Improvement, alley, Block 17, W. 1/2 & W. 14 N. E.34 Sec. 17, 39, 14, Repeal 
Improvement, alley, E. 14 Block 99, W. 1/2 Sec. 27, 39, 14, Stay 

Improvement, alleys, W 1/2 Block 98, Sec. 27, 39, 14 [- 

Improvement, alleys, Block 9, C 

39, 14 

Improvement, alleys. Block 9, C. T. Sub. W. ^/ 

39, 14, Stay.' S. & A., W. D 

Improvement, alleys, N. & S. W. 14 Block 9, C 

E. 14 Sec. 33, 39, 14 

Improvement alleys, Block 12, C. T. Sub., Sec. 17, 39, 14, S tay 

Improvement, alleys, Blockil2, C. T. Sub., Sec. 17, 39, 14, Repeal, S. & A.. 

W. D ' 

Improvement, alleys. Block 12, C. T. Sub., Sec. 17, 39, 14, Repeal 

Improvement, alleys, N. >4 Lot 4, Block 14, C. T. Sub., Stay 

Imdrovement, alleys. Block 15, C. T. Sub., Sec. 17,139,14, Repeal, S. & A., 

W. D 

Improvement, alleys. Block 15, C. T. Sub., Sec. 17, 39, 14, Repeal 

Improvement, alleys, Block 17. C. T. Sub., Sec. 17, 39, 14, Repeal 

Improvement, alleys, Block 18, C. T. Sub., Repeal 

Improvement, alleys. Block 19, C. T. Sub., Repeal 

Improvement, alley, E, 14 Block 24, C. T. Sub. Sec. 17, £9, 14, Stay 

Improvement, alley. Block 37, C. T. Sub. Sec. 17, 39 14, Stay 

Improvement, alley. Block 37, C. T. Sub. Sec. 17,39, 14, Repeal 

Improvement, alleys. Block 45, C. T. Sub., Stay S. & A., W. D 

Improvement, alleys. Block 45, C. T. Sub , Stay 

Improvement, alley. Block 46, C. T. Sub., Sec. 33. 40, 14 

Improvement, alley, from Aberdeen st. to Morgan St., bet. Van Buren 

and Jackson sts 

Improvement, alley, from Aberdeen st. to Morgan st., bet. Harrison 

and Congress sts 

Improvement, alley, from Adams st. to Monroe sr., bet. Paulina and 

Wood sts '. 

Improvement, alley, N. of Aldine sqr.. bet. Vincennes ave. and W. ter- 
minus, stay 

Improvement, alley, f*. side Aldine sqr., let contract 

Improvement, alley, S. side Aldine sqr., E. and W., rebate amt. assessed 

for 

Improvement, alley, from Ann st. to Elizabeth St., bet. Lake and Fulton 

sts., repeal 

Improvement, all^y, from Bonfleld st. to Deering St., bet. Archer ave. 

and C, A. & St. L. R. R 

Improvement, alley, from Ashland ave. to Paulina St., bet. Huron and 

Superior sts 

Improvement, alley, W. from Astor St., bet. Goethe and Schiller sts 

Improvement, alley, from Austin ave. to Green st., bet. Halsted and 

Green sts 

Improvement, alley, from Austin ave. to Indiana St., bet. Halsted and 

Green sts.. Stay 

Improvement, alley, from Bissel St. to Dayton St., bet. Clay and Willow 

sts 

Improvement, alley, bet. Bishop ijt., Ogden ave., Madison st. and Wash- 
ington st 

Improvement, alley, from Noble st. to C. & N. W. R. R., bet. Bradley 

and Sloan sts 

Improvement, alleys, bet. Blackhawk St., Ashland ave., Holt ave.. Di- 
vision St. and Milwaukee ave 

Improvement, alley, from L anal St. to Clinton St., bet. Harrison and 

Van Buren sts 

Improvement, alley, from Cansil st. to Clinton St., bet. Harrison and 

Van Buren sts.. Private Contract 



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439 
502 
601 
601 

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153 

153 
206 
756 
576 
234 
576 

234 

850 

945 
527 

527 
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1123 

527 
1056 

679 

206 
24 

626 

768 
1443 

908 
1058 

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154 

409 

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576 



410 

409 
679 



1054 
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1056 

206 
24 
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768 
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1058 
154 



439 

991 

109.- 
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205 



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184 

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Vim lliirf'ii sts., I'locecd . 
I'cmoiit, iillcy, I'roiii ('uiiii 
WiiHliiiijftoii sis., l*r()(M'(!<l . 



Wasliiiiyrtoii sis 

ImprovenuMit, iillcv, bet. Cari)Ontor, May and Front sts. and C. & N. W, 
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Allistor PI. and Gilpin PI 

Iinprovcincnt. alloys E. and W. bet. (Center ave. trnu Lytic St. and Mc- 
Allister PI. and (jilpin Pl„ Kopeai , 

Improvement, alley, bet. Center ave. and Throop st. and Adams anc 
Jackson sts.. Stay 

Improvement, alleys, bet. Center ave. and Noble st. and Chicago av( 
and Ohio st 

Improvement, alleys, bet. Center ave.. Chicag-o ave. and Milwaukee 
ave.. Let contract 



Salle st 

Improvement, alley, bet. Chicago ave., Chestnut st , Clark st. and Dear- 
born st .• 



ave. on the west as per plat attached 

Improvement, alley, bet. Chicag-o ave., Superior St., Market and Frank- 
lin sts , Let contract 

Improvement, alley, bet. Chicago a\'^e., Locust St., Townsend st. and 
Milton ave.. Stay 



Stay 

Improvement, alley, bet. Clark st.. North Park ave. and Centre st 

Improvement, allej', bet. Clark St., Dearborn st.. Chestnut st. and Chi- 
cago ave 

Improvement, alley, bet.. Clay, Willow, Halsted and Dayton sts 

Improvement, all 'y, bet. Clark and Dearborn sts., North ave. and Bur- 
ton place.. Stay Col. of Asst 

Improvement, alley, bet. Cleaver, Noble, Bradley and Mohawk sts 

Improvement, alley, bet. Cottage Grove ave., Groveland ave, andTwen- 
ty-ninlh and Thirtieth sts 

Improvement, alley, bet. Division and Goethe sts.. Let eonlract 



Salle sts., Staj^ 



sts. 



Improvement, alley, bet. Division and Chapin sts. and Noble st. and C. 
& N. W. R. R 



N. W. R. R 

Improvement, alley, bet. Clybourn ave. and Vedder st., N. of Division 
St., Stay 

Improvement, allej's, bet. Dearborn, Clark, Erie and Huron sts 

Improvement, alleys, bet. Dearborn, State, Erie and Huron sts 

Improvement, alleys, bet. Dearborn, State, Oak and Maple sts 

Improvement, alley, bet. Desplaines, Halsted, Sebor and Mather sts 

Improvement, alley. W. and N. of Desplaines St. Police Station, Con- 
cerning- Letting Contract 

Improvement, alley, bet. Eighteenth and Twentieth sts. and Wabash 
and Michigan aves 

Improvement, allev, bet. Eighteenth and Twentieth sts. and Wabash 
and Michigan aves.. Let contract 

Improvement, alleys, bet. Emma, Aug-usta and Noble sts. and Ashland 
ave 

Improvement, alley, bet. Forrest and Calumet aves., from Thirty-third 
St. to E. terminus 

Improvement, alley, bet. Forrest and Prairie aves. and Thirty-second 
and Thirty-third Sts.. Stay 

Improvement, alley, E. and W., Francisco, Sacramento, and Washing-- 
ton sts. and Wai'ren ave 

Improvement, al ey, bet. Fry St., Chicago ave., Centre ave. and Noble st 

[mprovement, alley, bet. Fifth ave., Franklin st.. Van Buren and Con- 
gress sts.. Let contract 





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PAGE- 



OUBEUS— Continued. 



Improvement, alleys, E. aud W. bet. Groveland Park and Woodlawn 

Park 

Improvement, alleys, E. and W., bet. Groveland Park and Woodlawn 

Park, Repeal 

Improvement, alley, bet. Garfield and Webster ave., Blk. 21, C. T. Sub., 

Stay 

Improvement, alley, bet. Garfield and Webster aves., Sedgwick st. and 

Lincoln ave.. By private contract 

Improvement, alley, bet. Harrison and Polk sts., Fifth ave. and Sher- 
man st 

Improvement, alley, bet. Harrison and Polk sts., Fifth ave. and Sher- 
man St., Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Halsted, Union, Barber and Wright sts. 
Improvement of alley, bet. Halsted st., Newberry ave., Maxwell st. aud 

Twelfth st , 

Improvement of alley, bet. Holt, Cleaver, Bradley, and Blackhawk sts. 
Improvement of alley, bet. Holt St., Ashland ave., Blackhawk st. and 

North ave 

Improvement of alley, bet. Indiana, Ohio, Green and Peoria sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Indiana and Prairie aves. and Thirty-sec 

ond and Thirty-third sts. , Proceed 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Indiana, Erie, Wells and La Salle sts . 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Illinois, Indiana, Clark and Dearborn sts., 

Let contract 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Jackson, Adams, Loomis and Throop sts. . 
Improvement of alleys, bet. N. Jackson, Adams and Throop sts. and 

Centre ave.. Let contract 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Jackson, Adams and Laflin sts. and Ash- 
land boul 

Improvement of alley, bet. Lake and Wa.nut sts., Ashland ave. and 

Paulina St.. Let contract 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Lake Park ave., Cottage Grove ave. and 

Thirty-first and Thirty-third sts 

Improvement of alleys, bet. La Salle, Clark, Division and Elm sts . . . 
Improvement of alleys, bet. La Salle, Clark, Ohio and Ontario sts, Stay 

Warrant 10,882 

Improvement of alleys, bet. La Salle, Clark, Erie and Ontario sts. . 
Improvement of alleys, bet. La Salle, Chestnut, Oak and Clark sts. 
Improvement of alley, bet. Leavitt, Oakley, Lake and Walnut sts. . . 
Improvement of alley, bet. Madison St., Warren ave., Ashland aye. and 

Paulina st 

Improvement of alley, bet. Madison St., Ogden place, Paulina St., Og 

den ave. and Ashland ave 

Improvement of alley, bet. Market and Franklin sts.^ Chicago ave. and 

Superior st 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Maple, Elm, Clark and La Salle sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Wabash aves.. Twenty-third 

and Twenty-fourth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Wabash aves.. Twenty-fifth 

and Twenty-sixth sts.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Wabash aves. Thirtieth and 

Thirty -first sts.. Stay 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Michigan and Wabash aves., Thirtj'-third 

and Thirty-fourth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Indiana aves., Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third streets.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Indiana aves.. Twenty-third 

St. and alley N. of Twenty-fourth st.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan aud Indiana aves. ^ Twenty -fifth 

and Twenty-sixth sts : 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Indiana aves., Twenty-fifth 

and Twenty-sixth sts.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Michigan and Indiana aves., Th,rtv-fourth 

and Thirty-fifth sts., ReDeal 

Improvement of allevs, bet. Milwaukee ave.. Noble and Division sts. .. 
Improvement of alleV, E and W., bet. Newberry ave., Halsted, Taylor 

and Twelfth sts., Stay 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Noble and Division sts., HoJt ave. and 

Blackhawk st 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Oak and Cedar sts., Belleview Place and 

Lake Shore Drive , 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Oak, Maple and Clarks sts. and La Salle 

ave.. Let contract 



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468 




468 


105 




105 


183 


183 




678 
1033 


1033 


678 


1507 
1034 


1507 
1034 




1166 
169 


1166 




388 
204 


204 


388 


304 
325 


325 


304 


1033 




1033 


1165 


1165 




153 




153 


328 
852 




328 


1444 
105 
852 
628 


105 
628 


14-44 


944 


944 




944 






189 
908 


189 

908 




350 




350 


991 




991 


378 




378 


64 




64 


992 




992 


992^ 




992 


328 




328 


992 




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1034 


1034 


303 


572 




572 


1075 


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189 


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(niDKli^— Continued. 



Iiuprovoint nt of iilloys, E. niul W. bet. Oak St., Walton Place and Lake 

Sljorc Drive' 

lmprov» tnoiit ol allry, bet. Oakley St., Western ave., Lake and Walnut 

it; 



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Improvement of alley, bet. Oakley St., Western ave.. Lake and Walnut 

sts 

I tiipiovtMiient of alleys, bet. Ohio, Ontario, « lark and La Salle sts 

1 niproveiii'Mit of alley, bet. Paulina, Wood, Monroe and Adams sts.. 
Rescind, stay, order 

Iniprovenienl of alley, bet. Paulina, Wood. Lake and Walnut .sts 

iniproveinent of alleys, bet. Pi-airie and (Jalumet aves., Gano and Ray 
sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Randolj)!!. Lake. Canal and Clinton sts 

improvement of alley, bet. Randolph, Washing-ton, Canal and Clinton 
sts., stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Randolph, Washin^fton, Jefferson and Clin- 
ton sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Robey St. and Winchester ave. next to W. 
side of Monroe st 

Improvement ot ailej', bet. Robey. Lincoln, Lake and Walnut sts 

Improvement of alley in rear W. Chic 'go ave.. Police Station and En- 
srine House 

Improvement of alley, bet. Sheldon, Ada. Washing-ton and Madison sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Sheldon, Ada, Carroll and Fulton sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. South Park and Vernon aves.. Thirty-third 
and Thirty-fourth sts 

Improvement of alleys, bet. South Park and Vernon aves.. Thirtieth 
and Thirty-first sts., proceed 

Improvement of alley, S. of Twenty-second st., bet. Michigan and Wa- 
bash aves 

Improvement of alley, bet. State st , Wabash ave., Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second sts > 

Improvement of alley, bet. State St., Wabash ave.. Twenty sixth and 
and Thirty-third sts., repeal 

Improvement ot alleys, bet. Chicno-o ave.. Pearson, State and Cass sts.. 

Improvement of alley, bet. State, Dearborn, Twenty-first and Twentj'- 
second sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. State, Dearborn, Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-third sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. State, Dearborn, Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth sts 

Improvement of alleys, bet. State. Dearborn. Twenty-second, Twenty- 
third, Twentj'-fourth iuid Twentv-fifth sts.. Rescind, St. and A. 
S. D 

Improvement of alleys, bet. State. Dearborn. Twenty-second, Twenty- 
third, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth s's.. Rescind 

Improvement of allev, bet. State, Dearborn, Twenty-fourth and Twen- 
ty-fit th sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. State, Dearborn, Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth sts . 

Improvement of alley, bet. State, Dearborn, Thirty-eighth and Thirty- 
ninth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. State, Dearborn, Thirty-eighth and Thirty- 
ninth sts , Repeal 

Improvement of alley, bet. St'te, Dearborn, Burton PI. and Schiller st. 

Improvement of alley, bet. Superior, Clark and La Salle sts. and Chi- 
cago ave 

Improvement of alley, bet. Chicago ave., Superior, State and Dearborn 
sts.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Wabash ave.. State, Thirty-first and Thirty- 
second sts. Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Wabash ave., State, Thirtieth and Thirty- 
first sts., Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Cottasre Grove and Groveland aves. Thirty- 
first and Thirty-second sts 

Improvement of alley bet. Forrest and Calumet aves.. Thirty-first and 
Thirty-second sts.. Stav 

Improvement of alley, bet. Vernon and Rhodes ave?.. Thirty-first and 
Thirty- second sis . Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Vernon and Rhodes aves.. Thirty-first and 
Thirly-seeon l sts.. StRv 

Improvement of allev, bet. Forrest and Calumet aves.. Thirty-first and 
Thirty second sts., Let contract 



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1239 



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9j ■ 



1072 
128» 



ir,or) 
yo« 

1341 
1442 

1340 
1:302 

1075 

1.505 

388 
766 

1096 
990 
1304 

136 

378 

991 

251 

1508 
370 

991 

1031 

1031 

1091 
1264 
10.31 
1031 j 

r,- J 
1123' 

T21i 
989 
1405 
232 
436 
943 
436 
232 
^ 250 
i 286i 



1.505 
9U8 



"2 



1442 

1340 
i:i02 



1505 

388 
766 



990 
1304 

136 



991 

251 

1.508 
370 

991 

1031 

1031 



1341 



1075 



1031 

1031 

758 

1123 
721 

989 



943 



1096 



378 



1264 



1405 
232 
436 

436 
232 
250 
286 



INDEX 



LXVIl 



ORBEllS— Continued. 



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Improvement of alley, bet. Forrest and Calumet aves., Thirty-first and 

Thirty-second sts., Let contract 

Improvement of alleys, bet. South Park and Calumet aves.. Thirty-sec- 
ond and Thirty-third sts.^ Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. State st., Wabash ave., Thirty-second and 

Thirty-third sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Rhodes and Cottage Grove aves,. Thirty- 
second and Thirty-third sts., Stay... 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Wabash and Michigan aves., Thirty-third 

and Thirty-fourth sts.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. South Park and Vernon aves., Thirty-third 

and Thirty-fourth sts.. Let contract 

Improvement of alleys, N. and S., bet. South Park and Calumet aves., 

Thirty-third and Thirty-fifth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. South Park and Calumet aves.. Thirty- 
fourth and Thirty-fifth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Townsend st. and Milton ave., W. f rom 

Townsend and N. to Locust sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Taylor and Twelfth sts., Newberry ave. and 

Johnson st 

Improvement of alley, bet. Taylor and Twelfth sts., Newberry ave. and 

Johnson St., Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Taylor and Twelfth sts., Newberry ave. and 

Halsted st 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-second and Twenty-third sts., 

Michigan and Indiana aves . 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth sts., South 

Park and Calumet aves.. Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth sts.. South 

Park and Calumet aves.. Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth sts.. Prairie 

and Calumet aves.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty sixth and Thirty-third sts., State 

St. and Cottage Grove ave 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-seventh and Twenty-ninth sts. 

State St. and Dearborn st...Let contract; 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Michigan 

and Wabash aves.. Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., State st. 

and Wabash ave.. Stay. . . 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Indiana 

and Prairie aves., Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Indiana 

and Prairie aves.. Rescind, stay, order 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirty-first sts., Indiana 

and Prairie aves., Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Indiana 

and Prairie aves., Stay, S. & A. S. D 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Indiann 

and Prairie aves.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Thlrty-flrst sts., Vernon 

and Cottage Grove aves., Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Twenty-ninth and Ray sts.. South Park and 

Calumet aves.. Stay 

Improvement of alley, bet. Van Buren and Jackson sts., Aberdeen st. 

and Centre ave 

Improvement of alley, bet. Van Buren and Congress sts., Centre ave. 

and Throop st 

Improvement of alley, bet. Wabash and Michigan aves.. Twenty-fifth 

and Twenty-sixth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Wade st. and Milwaukee ave., Noble and 

Augusta sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Warren ave. and Washington boul. and E. 

of Homan ave 

Improvement of alley, bet. Washington, Randolph, Canal and Clinton 

sts.. Let contract 

Improvement of alley, bet. Wells, La Salle, Michigan and Indiana sts. . 
Improvement of alley, bet. Wentworth ave., La Salle St., Twenty-third 

and Twenty-sixth sts 

Improvement of alley, bet. Wisconsin St., Garfield ave., Mohawk st. and 

Cleveland ave., Let contract 

Improvement of alleys, bet. Aberdeen,Center ave, Jackson and Monroe 

sts 



Q OS 

O fcj 

*^ O 
23 pL, 



471 




471 


1243 




1342 


251 




351 


232 




232 


378 




378 


437 




437 


303 


303 




171 


171 




324 


334 




304 


304 




444 




444 


204 


204 




213 


313 




406 




406 


471 




471 


345 




345 


41 




41 


1342 




1343 


100 




100 


251 




351 


100 




100 


171 




171 


386 




386 


497 






1091 




1091 


378 




378 


406 




406 


409 


409 




500 


500 




471 


471 




1238 


1338 




408 




408 


390 
84 


84 


290 


1440 


1440 




156 




156 


336 




236 



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INDKX 



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OUDKHS Continued 



Impi*ovement of alloys, bet. Aberdeen, Center ave., Jackson and Monroe 
8:8., Itt'scind 

IniprovonuMit of Alicnloon St., from Taylor 8t. to Damon Rt 

IinprovcnuMU ol A IxTdccii sf., from Kvaiiston ave. to Shellif.'ld ave 

I iiiproN (Miicnt of Ada St., iiortli, Stiiy 

Iniprovcnu'iil of Ada .m., from 1'., (). St. L. It. R. to C. & N. \V. K. II. .. 

I mi)ro\ t-mt'iit of Adam.s st., from KcMlzit; ave. to Central I'urk ave 

linpiovcmciit of Addi.-^oii .st 

lnii)ro\ cMicnt of .Addison St., from Clark St. to E. terminus, 8tay 

liiiprox (Muent of Aiiislio avo., from Evanston avo. to Lake Mich 

IniprovcMKMit Ol Albany ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie st.. Stay 

IniprovcnuMit of Albany ave., from Lake St. to Kinzie st 

Iniprovt'mcnt of Albany ave., from Lake St. to Kinzie st 

ImprovenuMit of Albany ave., from Lake st. to Madison st 

Improvement of Albany ave., from Lake st. to Madison St., Let contract 

Improv* ment of Albany ave., from Twt;lfth st. to Colorado ave 

Improvement of Albany ave., from Harrison st. to Colorado ave., Road- 
way, etc 

Improvement of Albany ave., from Harrison st. to Colorado ave.. Re- 
peal, etc 

Improvement of Aldine St., from Eg-an ave. to N. tcrmitius 

Improvement or Aldine St., from Eg-an ave. to N. terminus, Let contract 

Improvement of Ambrose St., from Wood St. to Leavitt st 

Improvement of Ann St., from Fulton st. to Carroll ave.. Repeal 

Improvement of Ann St.. from Fulton st. to C. & N. VV. R. R 

Improvement of Ann St., from Fulton st. to C. & N. W. R. R., Stay 

Improvement of Arg-yle St., from Evanston ave. to Lake Mich 

Improvement of Argyie St., from Evanston ave. to Lake Mich 

Improvement of Argyle St., from Evanston ave. to Lake Mich., Proceed 

Improvement of Argyle St., from Evanston ave. to Goodwin ave 

Improvement of Argyle St., wood curb. Stay 

Improvement of Armitag^e ave., from Simons ave. to C, M. &St. P. R.R 

Improvement of Armour St., from Kinzie st. to Ohio St.. Let contract. 

Improvement of Ashland ave., from Belmont ave. to Sulzer st 

Improvement of Ashland ave., from Belmont ave. to Sulzer St.. Stay .. 

Improvement of Ashland ave., from Belmont ave. to Sulzer St., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Ashland ave., from Fullei'ton ave. to Clybourn ave. . - 

Improvement of Ashland ave., from Archer ave. to Chicago River 

Improvement of Astor St., from Schiller st. to Burton place 

Impi ovement of Auburn St., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-fifth st 

Improvement of Auburn St., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-fifth St., Stay 

Improvement of Augusta St., from Dauia st. to Potomac St., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Avon place, from Robey st. to Hoyne St., Let contract 

Improvement of Avon place, from Robey st. to Hoyne St., Let contract 

Improvement of Baltimore ave., from Commercial ave. to Elg-hty-third 
st 

Impi'ovement of Belden ave., from Perry st. to Southport ave 

Improvement of Belden ave., from Halstedst. to Shetfield ave.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Belden ave., from Halsted st. to Racine ave.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Bellevue place, from Rush st. to to Western terminus. 

ImproA'ement of Belmont ave., from Clark st. to Lincoln ave |- 

Improvement of Belmont ave, from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave. . . 

Improvement of Bissell St., from Garfield ave. to Dayton st.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Blanche St., from Fleetwood ave. to Noble St.. Stay . . . 

Improvement of Blanche St.. from Ashland ave. to Noble St., Staj' 

Improvement of Blue Island ave., from Twenty-second St. to N^iaduct.. 

Improvement of Blue Island ave,, from Sixteenth st. to Twenty-first 
St., Let contract 

Improvement of Blue Island ave., from Sixteenth st. to Twenty-first 
St.. Stay 

Improvement of Bonney ave., from Og-den ave. to Twenty-sixth St., Let 
contract 

Improvement of Bonney ave., from Og-den ave. to Twenty-sixth st 

Improvement of Bonney ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth St.. Re- 
peal 

Improvement of Bonney ave., Stay assessment 

Improvement of Boufield St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st 



c 

(A 



Z u 



mi 

407 
H50 

mo 

721 

988 

55dr) 

87 

w. 

908 
102 
40'5 
574 

1075 

1076 
22 
S82 
32.5 
186 
8.50 
116,5 
525 
1117 
1237 
1117 
1117 
907 
439 
525 
1301 

1346 
601 
6T8 

1302 
599 

1033 

25 
288 
130. 



1401 1401 
1035 1035 



15.' 
8,53 

850 



442 
908 
102 

574 



22 

325 
186 
8,50 

.525 
1117 

1117 

907 

525 



601 
678 

599 



1167 

1238 
38 
.525 
445 



38 
525 
445 



854, 854 



189 
111^ 
1118 

185 

303 

645 

24 
943 



185 



943 



943 
1119 
627 i 627 



371 



407 

1120 
721 
988 

87 



408 

1075 
1076 

382 

1165 

1237 
111'; 
439 
1301 
1346 

1302 

1033 

25 
288 
1304 



1161 
1238 



189 
1118 
1118 



303 
645 
24 



943 
1119 



I 

2 

I 



I 
Pi 



INDEX 



LXIX 



-PAGE- 



ORDERS— Continued. 



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Improvement or Bonfleld St., from Archer ave. to Hickory st 

Improvement of Buffalo ave., from Eig-hty-third st. to Ninety-second st. 

Improvement of Burling St., from Centre st. to Webster ave.. Proceed. 

Improvement of Burling St., from Centre st. to Webster ave 

Improvement of Burling St., from Centre st. to Garfield ave.. Proceed. . 

Improvement of Burling St., from Webster ave to Garfield ave.. Stay. .. 

Improvement of Burton place, from State St. to Lake Shore drive 

Improvement of Burton place, from State st. to Dearborn ave 

Improvement of Butler St., from Twenty-fourth st. to Thirty-first st.. 
Stay 

Improvement of Butler st,, from Twenty-fourth st. to Thirty-first St., 
Repeal 

Improvement of Byron st 

Improvement of California ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Improvement of California ave., from Division st. to Chicago ave 

Improvement of California ave., from Ogden ave to Twenty-sixth st. . . 

Improvement of Calumet ave., Thiry-seventh to 30'6^ ft. N 

Improvement of Calumet ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Moody's Sub., 
Private contract 

Improvement of Campbell ave., from Polk st. to Twelfth st.. Stay 

Improvement of Campbell ave., from Polk st. to Twelfth st., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Canal st., from Harrison st. to Twelfth St., Stay 

Improvement of Carroll ave., from Halsted st. to May st 

Improvement of Central Park ave., from Twenty-second st. to Thirty- 
first St., Let contract 

Improvement of Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Boulevard, 
Concerning 

Improvement of Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st 

Improvement of Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second 
St., Stay 

Improvement of Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Douglas Park 
boul. |Stay 

Improvement of Chapin St., from Noble st. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Improvement of Chapin st. from Noble st. to C. & N. W. R. R., Stay 
colln 

Improvement of Chapin s .. from Noble st. to C. & N. W, R. R., Let J 
contract . I 

Improvement of Charlton st., from Ridge ave. to Francis st 

Improvement of Charlton St., from Ridge ave. to Francis St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Chathain Ct., from Hobbie st. to Division st 

Improvement of Chatham Ct., from Hobbie st. to Division St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Chestnut st., from Market st. to Western terminus. .. 

Improvement of Chestnut st., from Market st. to Western terminus, 
Let Contract 

Improvement of Chesnut St., over C. M. & St. P. R R. at Montclare 

Improvement of Chicago ave., from Pine st. to 600 feet East 

Improvement of Chicago ave., from Pine st. to 6ii0 ft. East., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Chicago ave., from Leavitt st. to Crawford ave., Re- 
peal 

Iimprovement of Chicago ave., from Leavitt St. to ('r awford ave., Stay- 
Improvement of Chicago ave., from Leavitt st. to Crawford ave 

Improvement of Chicago ave., from Cantral Park ave. to Crawford ave. 

Improvement of Clarendon ave., from Evanston ave. to Suizer st 

Improvement of Clarinda St., from Ashland ave. to Wood sr 

Improvement of Clark St., from Polk st. to Viaduct, Let Contiact 

Improuement of Clark st.. Corner Thirty-first st , I. C. R. R. to plank 
Crossing 

Improvement of Clark St., from Lawrenpe ave. to City Limits 

Improvement of Clark St., from FuUerton ave. to Diversey st 

Improvement of Clark st., from Sixteenth st. to Archer ave.. Repeal. . 

Improvement of Clavton st., from Morgan st. to Fisk st* 

Improvement of Clay st., from Halsted st. to Sheffield ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Cleaver st.. from Bradley st. to Blanche St., Let con 
tract 

Improvement of Cleaveland ave., from Wallace st. to Winter st 

Improvement) of Clifton Park ave., from Twenty-second st. to Twenty- 
sixth St., Stay 

Improvement of Clybourn place, from Ashland ave. to Robey St., Let 
contract 



991 
465 
236 
^90 
468 
526 
1302 
1406 

1164 

1508 
721 
39 
767 
850 
550 

1305 
1407 

1441 
1118 

989 

24 

407 
850 

1340 

1341 
26 

1345 
1505 
1406 
525 

1444 
324 

625 
204 

467 
1403 
169 

444 

205 
1345 
235 
852 
946 
989 
100 

406 
409 
525 
1163 
1408 
1443 

26 
503 

1407 

573 



991 
466 

290 



1406 



336 

468 
526 
1302 



721 
39 
767 
850 



1164 
1508 



850 

26 

525 
324 
204 

169 

205 

235 
852 
946 



550 

1305 
1407 

1441 
1118 

989 

2i 

407 



1340 
1341 



1345 
1505 
1406 



1444 
625 



467 
1403 



525 
1163 
1408 



503 



444 
1345 

100 

406 
409 

1443 
26 

1407 
573 



J.XX 



()HI)KUS-CoMa?iu((/. 



• iifilili St.. Stiiy 

I iiiprov cincin ol ( 'oiiiiiicreiul ave., from Elxhty-sevonth 8t. tx> Ninety 

llrst Mt 

liiipros cmcMt of Commercial ave., from Ei||irlity-.sovonth st. to Nine y 

secoiui St 

Impro\ i'lufiit of Commercial ave., from Ninetieth st. to Ninety-second 

St 

Improvement of Commercial ave., from Ninety-sixth st. to One Hun 

(lre<l an<l Sixth st. 'sewer, w. s. pipe) 

Improvement of Commercial ave., from Eij^lity-seventh st. to Ninetieth 

St., stay 

Improvement of Coinmercial st„ from North ave. to Armitaj^e ave. 
Improvetneiit of Commercial St., from North ave. to Clybourn ave., 

Stay 

lmprovem(>nt of Commercial St., from Eightj^-seventh st, to Ninetieth 

St. (curb w ill) 

Improvement of Cong'ress St., from Loomis st. to Oi?<len ave 

Improvement of Congress St., from Rockwell st. to Albany ave 



Improvement of Congress st., from Rockwell st. to Albany ave., repeal 

Imj)roveinent of Congress St., from Ashiand ave. to Ogden ave 

Improvement of Congress St., from Ashiand ave. to Paulina St., repeal 

Improvement of Cooper St.. from Clybourn ave. to Fullerton ave., stay. 

Improvement of Cook St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood Boul. to Fifty- ) 
first st j 

Improvement of Coulter St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave 

Impi'ovement of Courtland St., from Western ave. to Simons ave., Stay 

Improvement of Courtland St., from Robey st. west.. Stay 

Improvement of Courts In Blk. 142, S. S. add 

Improvement of Cross St., from Lj^man st. to Thirtj'-first st 

Improvement of Crj'stal St., from Leavitt st. to K. tei'minus. Stay 

Improvement of Courier St., from Augusta st. to Chapin St., Stay Colin. 

Improvement of Courier St., from Augusta st. to Chapin St., Let Con- I 
tract f 

Improvement of Curtis St., from Huron st. to May st 

improvement of Curtis St., from Huron st. to May St., Stay 

Improvement of Dashiel St., from I'hirty-first st. to Tnirty-ninth st — 

Improvement of Dashiel St., from Thirty-first st. toEgan ave., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Dashiel St., from Thirty-first street toEgan ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Dayton St., from Willow st. to Diversey. — 

Improvement of Daj'ton St., from Willow st. to Belden ave.. Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Davis St., from North ave. to Division st 

Improvement of Davis St., from Western ave. to Division St., Stay 

Improvement of Davis St., from Western ave. to Division St., Proceed. 

Improvement of Dean St., from Girard ave. to Elk Grove St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Dean St., Proceed 

Improvement of Dearborn St., from Sixteenth st. to St. Charles Air 
Line R. R 

Improvement of Dearborn St., from Sixteenth st. to St. Charles Air 
Line R. R., Let Contract ' 

Improvement of Dearborn St., from Twenty-seventh st. to Thirty 
first st '. 

Improvement of Dearborn st., from Twenty-seventh st. to Thirty-third 
St., Let Contract 

Improvement of Deering St., from Archer ave. to Chicago River, Let I 
Contract J 

Improvement of Deering St., from Thirty-first st. to Archer are.. Let 
Contract 

Improvement of Deming Ct.,from Clark st. to Lake View ave 

Improvement of Deming Ct., from Clark ,st. to Lake View ave., Let 
Contract 

Improvement of Desplaines st., from Indiana st. to Ohio st.. Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Desplaines St., fi'om Monroe st. to Van Buren St., Stay 

Improvement of Desplaines St., from Van Buren st. to Harrison St., 
Stay 





a. 




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Present* 


o s 


i 

es 


1171 




1171 


465 


m 




522 




.522 


522 




522 


522 




522 






1.504 


626 


626 


1096 




10i)6 


11115 
1 101 
1267 

vm 

1165 
l.*504 
i:{4l 
1.506 
1167 


1115 
101 

1267 
1304 
1165 
1304 
1:541 
1506 


1167 


26 
720 
570 
1289 
1096 
1119 
i 21 
1 438 
1443 
1845 
1.505 
1406 
1 789 
1166 
326 


720 
570 
1239 

21 

438 

789 
826 


26 

1096 
1119 

1443 
1:345 
1505 
1406 

1166 


1092 

[1508 
468 


468 


1092 
1508 


501 
767 
1267 
1268 


767 


501 

1267 
1268 


205 
444 




205 
444 


212 


212 




992 




992 


150 


150 




378 
287 
101 




378 
287 
101 


101 
907 


907 


101 


1301 




1801 


2a5 
1166 




235 
1166 


1238 




12381 



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INDEX 



OllBERS—ConHnued. 



Improvement of Dickson St., from North ave. to. Blooming-dale Road.. 
Improvement of Dickson St., from North ave. to Bloomin^dale Koad, 

Stay 

Improvement of Dickie st 

Improvement of Division St., west of C'alifornia ave., Stay 

Improvement of Division st., from Western ave. to Saci'araento ave. . 
Improvement of Dunning St., from Halsted St. to Kacine ave.. Let Con- 
tract — 

Improvement of Duncan ave., from Seventy-seventh st. to Seventy- 
eighth St., Let Contract 

Improvement of Dudley St., from Chicago ave. to Augusta st 

'■ - ■ from North ave. to Armitage 

from Harvey st. to Webster ave 

froixi Evanston ave. to Southport ave 

, from Evans ave. to Southport ave.. Let 



St.. 



Improvement of Dudley st 
Improvement of Dudley st. 
Improvement of Early ave. 
Improvement of Early ave 

Contract 

Improvement of Eastwood ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st. . . 
Improvement of Eastwood ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted 

Stay (stone curb) 

Improvement of Eastwood ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Eda St., from State St. to Indiana ave., Let contract.. 

Impromement of Edbrook pi., from Westeru ave. ti Powell ave 

Improvement of Edgar st.. from North ave. to Clybourn pi 

Improvement of Edgar St., from North ave. to Clybourn pi.. Stay 

Improvement of Eg an ave., from Halsted st. to Wentworth ave 

Improvement of Elaine st 

Improv ment of Elk Grove st.. from North ave. to Armitage ave ..... 
Improvement of Ellen St., from Milwaukee ave. to Lincoln st.. Stay. . . 

Improvement of Ellis ave.. Repeal 

Improvement of Ellis ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Egan ave.. Repeal.. 
Improvement of Ellis ave., from Fifty first st. to Fifty-fifth st.. Let 

cont'-act 

Improvement of Ellis ave., from Oakwood ave. to Fifty-first St., To 

repair 

Improvement of Ellis ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third St., Let con- 
tract , 

Improvement of Ellis ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third st 

Improvement of Elston ave., from Armitage ave. to Fullerton ave., 

Let contract 

Improvement of Elston ave., from Fullerton ave. to Snow st 

Improvement of Elston ave., from Armitage ave. to Fullerton ave 

Improvement of Elston ave., from ^Diversey st. to Belmont ave 

Improvement of Emerson ave., from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave.. Stay. 
Improvement of Emerson ave., from Wood st. to Oakley ave., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Egan ave 

Repeal 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-first st 
Improvement of Emerald ave., from Twency-sixth st. to Twenty-ninth 

St., Stay ordf^r rescinded 
Improvement of Emerald ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-ninth 

St., Let contract • 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave., Let 

contract 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave., Re 

scind stay order 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-first 
St., Let contract 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty- 
seventh st 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixth St., 
Let contract 

Improvement of Emily St., from Ashland ave to Wood st 

Improvement of Erie ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Eighty-eighth st. 

Improvement of Eugenia st., from Sedgwick st. to Larrabee st 

Improvement of Evans ave.. Stay - 

Improvement of Evans ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st., 
Let contract 

Improvement of Evans ave., from Forty-second st. to Forty-third st. . 

Improvement of Evans ut., from Union st. to Halsted st 

Improvement of Exchange ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety 
second st 



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OliDKliS-Conlinued. 



linprovonont of Exchanjfo tive., from Elffhty-soventh St. to Ninety- 

HCCOH'l St 

Iinprovi'iuont of Klov(^nth St., from Throop Rt. to Ashland ave 

IinprovonuMit of Eleventh st., from Throop st. to Ashhtnd ave,, Let con- 
traet 

Iiiiproveiiient of Eleventh Bt., from liliKs Island ave. to May St., Proeeed 

lm|)rovement of EleverUli St., from Morgan st. to JJlue Island ave 

Improvement of Eighteenth st., from Wood st. to Western ave., Let 
eontract 

Improvement of Eighteenth St., from Wood st. to Western ave., Pro- 
ceed 

Imi)rovement of Eighty-third St., from B. & O. R. R. to French ave 

Improvement of Fiiirtield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave.. Let 
contract 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., trom Lake st. to & N. W. Ry 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Ogden ave. to State st 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Ogden ave to Twelfth St., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Lake st. to R. R. Trncks, Stay 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard 8»., Sta.^'. .. 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave., Pro- 
ceed 

Improvement of Fairfield ave.. from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from North of North ave., Stny 

Improvement (jf Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard st.. Let 
c ntract 

Improvement of Fairfield ave , from Twelfth st. to Harvard St., Re- 
scind, stay, order 

Improvement of Farrell ave., from Archer ave. to Hickory st 

Improvement of Farrell ave., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first St., Stay. 

Improvement of Farrell ave , from Archer ave. to Hickory st.. Let 
contract 

Improvement of Fay ave., from Erie st, to Pratt St., Let contract 

Improvement of Ferdinand St., from Noble st. to Armour st 

improvement of Ferdinand St., from Noble st. to Armour St.. Stay 

Improvement of Fillmore St., from Western ave., to Rockwell st , Stay. 

Improvement of Fisk St., from Twentitth st. to Twenty-second st 

Improvement of Fletcher St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st 

Improvement of Florence ave., from Wrightwood ave. to Diversey St.. 

Improvement of Florence ave., from Wrightwood ave. to Diversey St., 
Let contract 

Improvement of Florence ave., from Wrightwood ave. to Diversey St., 
Stay warrant 

Improvement of Flournoy St., from California aye. to Francisco st 

Improvement of Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco St., j 
Stay / 

Improvement of Flournoy St., from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave 



Improvement of Flournoy st., from Oakley ave. to Leavitt St., Stay. 



from Forty-third St. to Forty - 
from Harrison St. to Twelf th st., Let con- 



Improvement of Forrestville ave 

fourth st 

Improvement of Fourth ave 

tract ■ 

Improvement of Francis St., from Charlton ave. to Southport ave 

Improvement of Francisco St., Let contract 

Improvement of Francisco St., from Lake st. to Kinzie St., Stay 

Improvement of Francisco St., from Lake st. 10 Kinzie st 

Improvement of Francisco St., from Lake st. to Carroll ave 

Improvement of Franklin st., from Quincy st. to Jackson St., Private 

contract 

Improvement of Franklin St., from Milwaukee ave. to Holcomb ave... 



Improvement of Fullerton ave., from Halsted st. to Southport ave.. . 



Improvement of Fullerton ave., from Clark st. to N. Park ave 

Improvement of Fullerton ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Kedzie ave. -j 

Improvement of Fullerton ave., from Halsted st. to Southport ave.. 

Let contract 

Improvement of Fulton st., from California ave. to Kedzie ave., Repeal 

Improvement of Falton St., from Rockwell st. to California ave -j 

Improvement of Fulton St., from Western ave. to Rockwell St., Gas Co. 
to replace pavement 



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442 

708 

7m 

23 

498 
1401 

24 

170 

208 
442 
469 

528 
990 
1268 

1441 

1441 

849 
1340 

1507 
188 
1076 
1267 
1094 
1408 
5.^3 
468 

1301 

1444 
186 

1441 
469 
626 

1341 

1120 

570 

100 
525 
24 
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1034 
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525 
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525 



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1407 



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525 
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498 

24 

170 

206 
442 
469 

528 
990 
1268 

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1507 
188 

1267 
1094 



1301 

1444 

1441 
469 

1341 
1120 



100 

24 
87 



22 



1301 



103 



INDEX 



LXXIII 



PAGE . 



OUBFAIS— Continued. 



Improvement of Fulton St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave.,J 
Stay / 

Improvement of Fulton St., from Rockwell st. to California ave., Let 
contract ■ 

Improvement of Fuiton st , from California ave. to Kedzie ave., Let 
contract 



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Improvement of Fulton St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave.. Stay ^ 

Improvement of Fulton St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Improvement of Fourth ave., from Jackson st. to Harrison st 

Improvement of Fourth ave., from Jackson st. to Harrison St., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Fifth ave., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third St., 
Let contract 

Improvement of Fifty-fourth pi., from Woodlawn ave. to Drexel ave. 

Improvement of Fifty-fourth pi., from Lake ave. to Madison ave 

Improvement of Fifty-fourth pL, from Lake ave. to Madison ave 

Improvement of Fifteenth St., from Western ave. to C lifornia ave., 
Stay.... 

Improvement of Fortieth St., from Butterfleld st. to State St., Itepair.. 

Improvement of Fortieth st., from Langiey ave. to Vincennes ave., 
Let contract - 

Improvement of Forty-second st., from Cottage Grove ave. to Lang- 
ley ave 

Improvement of Forty-second St., from Langiey ave. to Vincennes ave 

Improvement of Forty-third st., from State st. to I. C. R. R 

Improvement of Forty-third St., from State st. to I. C. R. R 

Improvement of Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Law- 
rence ave 

Improvement of Forty-fourth St., from Drexel bl. to Ellis ave 

Improvement of Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Law- 
rence ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Forty-sixth St., from Lang'ley ave. to Champlain ave., 
Repair 

Imprveoment of Forty-sixth St., from State st. to Drexel boul 

Improvement of Forty-seventh St., from Archer ave. to Western ave.. 

Improvement of Fifty-first St., from State St. to Grand boul 

Improvement of Fifty-second St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave 

Improvement of Fifty-second St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Fifty-third St., from East End ave. to Drexel ave 

Improvement of Fifty-fourth St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave 

Improvement of Fifty-fourth St., from Lake ave. to Madison ave 

Improvement of Fifty -fourth pi., from Woodlawn ave. to Drexel ave.. 
Stay 

Improvement of Fifty-fifth St., from Lake ave. to Cottage Grove ave., 
Stay 

Improvement of Fifty-fifth St., from Lake ave. to Cottage Grove ave., 
Concerning character of ■ 

Improvement of Fifty-sixth St., from Wright st. to Wallace st 

Improvement of Fifty-seventh street, from Cottage Grove ave. to 
Woodlawn ave.. Let contract 

Improvement of Fifty-ninth St., from State st. to South Park ave.. Let 
contract 

Improvement of Fifty-ninth St., from Evanston ave. to Sheffield ave 
Let contract 

Impiovement of Garfield ave., from Halsted st. to Racine ave 

Improvement of Garfield ave., from Halsted st. to Racine ave., Let 
contract 

Improvement of Gardner st., from Halsted st. to Vine St., Let contract 

Improvement of Gilpin Pi., from Lytle St. to Sibley st 

Improvement of Girard St., from North av. to Armitage ave.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Gould St., from Harrison st. to Gurley St., Stay 

Improvement of Graceland ave., from Alexander st. to Lincoln ave. . 

Improvement of Grace st 

Improvement of Grace St., from Western ave. to River 

Improvement of Grand ave., from Chicago ave. to Fortieth st 

Improvement of Grant St., from La Salle st. to Clark St., Let contract. 

Improvement of Green Bay ave., from Ninety-first st. to Ninety-sec- 
ond st 

Improvement of Greenwich St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st .... 

Improvement of Greenwood ave., from Forty-first st. to Fortv-second 
St., Repair .". ... 



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249 

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499 
850 
183 

436 

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554 
985 
1170 

74 
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1504 

688 
856 
720 
1348 

465 
985 

1170 

623 
1298 
1300 
465 
554 
1071 
1445 
554 
906 

1098 

1170 

1347 
1236 

1233 

1070 

1444 
468 

501 
410 
135 

235 
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525 
721 
1035 
499 
38 

465 
1239 

719 



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554 
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IN'DKX 



OHDKliii-Continmd. 



from Sixtieth st. to Slxty-flrst »t. 



linprovimuMit of (iroenwood ave 

lift COIlt lll(!t 

Improvcincnt of (Jreoiiwood ave., from Sixtieth Ht. to Sixty-third Ht.. . 
Iinprovcmcnt ol' (J roHs iivc , troiii Nortli ave. to Courtland Ht., Stay... 
liiii)r()V('iii<'iit ol' (irovoiaiid I'arit ave., f roin Twetity-riiiith Ht. lo N.ter 

ininiis 

Improvcincnt of Grovcland Park ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to North 

liCt contract 

Improvement of drove Ct.. from Larrabee st, to Orchard St., Stay 
Improvement of (iardner st, from Halsted st. to Vine St., Let contract 

improvement of Halsted St., fiom Archer ave. to Sixty-ninth st 

Improvement of Halsted St., from Thirty-ninth St. to Sixty-ninth St. 
imi)rovement of Halsted St., from Thirty-ninth st. to Chicag-o Kiver 

Proceed 

improvement Hamlin ave., from Ogden ave. to Thirty-first St., Let con 

tract 

Improvement of Hamlin ave., from ChicaK-o ave. to North ave 

Improvement of Hamlin ave., from Lakest. to Kinzie st 

Improvement of Hamlin ave., from Lakest. to Chicago ave 

Improvemeiit of Hamlin ave., from Chicag'O ave to North ave.. Stay.. 

Improvement ot Hamlin ave., from Otrden ave. to Twenty-sixth st 

Improvement of Hamlin ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth st 

Repeal ... _ 

from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-third st 
from Twenty-ninth st. to 



from Michigan ave. to State st , 

from State st. to L. S. & M. S. Ky. tracks 



from Sherman st. to bridge... 
from State st. to Michigan ave. 



Let con 



Improvement of Hamlin ave 
Improvement of Hanover st. 

St., Stay 

Improvement of Harris'^n st 
Improvement of Harrison st. 

Let contract.... 

Improvement of Harrison st 
Improvement of Harrison st, 

tract 

Improvement of Hari'ison St., from Clinton st. to Halsted st, Stay. . . 
Improvement of Harvard St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st 
Improvement of Harvard St., from Campbell ave. to California ave., 

Stay 

Improvement of Harvey St., from Robey Nt. to Wood st 
Improvement of Hegewich ave., from Howard ave. to One Hundred 

and Thirty-first st 

Improvement of Hervey St., from Ashland ave. to Wood st 

Improvement of Hickorj' St., from Main st. to Lock st 

Improvement of Hickory St., from Look st. to Chicago River 

Improvement of Hickory St., from Main st. to Lock St., Let contract.. 

Improvement of High St., from Webster ave. to FullerLon ave 

Improvement of Hinman St., from Blue Island ave. to Western ave 

Let contract 

Improvement of Hinman St., from Blue Isl nd ave. to Robey st 

Improvement of Hinman sc., from Blue Island ave. to Robey St., Let 

contract 

Improvement of Hinsche St., from Blackhawk st. to Cly bourn ave.. 

Stay 

Imprcvament of Hinsche St., from Clybourn ave. to Blackhawk St., Let 

contract 

Improvement of Hobble St., from Sedgwick st. to Larrabee St., Stay 
Improvement of Holt St., from Division st. to North ave.. Let contract 
Improvement of Homan ave., from Lake st. to Fulton st 
Imoroveraent of Honore St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-second st. 

Improvement of Hope St., from Blue Island ave. to Morgan st 

Improvement of Hope St., from Blue Island ave. to Morgan St., Stay.. 

Improvement of Hoyne ave., from Chicago ave. to Division st 

Improvement of Hoj^ne ave., from Twelfth st. to Thirteenth St., Stay 
Improvement of Hoyne ave., from Blue Island ave. to Twenty-second 

St., Let contract 

Improvement of Hoyne ave., from Twelfth st. to Twenty-second st. . . 

Improvement of Hoyne ave., from Armitage ave. to Webster ave 

Improvement of Hoyne av., from Waubansia ave. to Armitage ave.. 

Stay 

Improvement of Hoyne ave., from Blue Island ave. to Twenty-second 

St., Stay 

Improvement of Hull St., from Eugenia st. to Menominee st 

Improvement of Hull St., from Eugenia St. to Menominee St., Stay col- 
lection 

Improvement of Huron st., from Franklin st. to Market St., Let contract 





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273 


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720 


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436 
1096 


1094 
724 


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1348 
1240 
849 
1266 
1507 
1035 


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442 


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470 




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1302 
1167 
26 
170 
1504 
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527 
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153 


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LXXV 



ORDERS— Continved. 



Improvement of Iglehardt place, from Twenty-seventh st. to So. Ter. 

Improvement of Illinois st., from Franklin st. to King-sbury st 

IiQprovement of Illinois St., from Mar«et st. to Franklin St., Stay. . 

Improvement of Indiana St., from Central Park ave. to Crawford ave.. 

Repeal 

Improvement of Ingraham St., from Noble st. toC. &N.W. Ry.^ Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Ingraham st., from C. & N. W. Ry. to Luce St., Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Ingraham St., from C. & N. W, Ry. to Elston ave.. Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Irving pi., from Fulton st. to Kinzie St., Repeal 

. Improvement of Irving pi., from Holton st. to Kinzie St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Irving ave., from Fulton st. to Kinzie st., Repeal — 

Improvement of Irving ave., from Fulton St. to Kinzie sr.. Stay 

Improvement of Irving Park boul ,from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave 
Improvement of Irving Park ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave — 
Improvement of Jackson St., from Sacramento ave. to Central Parkj 

ave.. Stay 1 

Improvement of Jackson ave., from Fifty-fourth st. to Fiftj-ninth st.. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Jackson St., from Francisco st. to Central Park ave. . 

Improvement of Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave 

Improvement of Jane St., from Western ave. to Calif oi'nia ave 

Improvement of Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Jeffei-son St., from Sixteenth st. to Twenty- second st. 

Improvement of Jefferson st., from Harrison st. to Twelfth st 

Improvement of Jefferson St., from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth St., Repave 
Improvement of Jefferson St., from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth St., Stay. . 
Improvement of Johnson st., from Eighteenth st. to Cfinalport ave. . . 
Improvement of Johnson St., from Wright st. to C, B «& Q. Ry. tracks. . 
Improvement of Johnson St., from Eighteenth st. to Canalport ave., 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Johnson ave., from Archer ave. to Fifty-first st 

Improvement of Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st. to Twelfth st 

Improvement of Kedzie ave., from Central Park houl. to Augusta st. . . 

Improvement of Keeley ave., from Thirty first st. to Archer ave 

Improvement of Kimbark ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-eighth 

St., Let Contract 

Improvement of Kimbark ave., from Fifty-first St. to Fifty-second st. 
Improvement of Kimbark ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Armitage ave. 
Improvement of Kinzie St., from Ashland ave. to Western ave., Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Kinzie St., from May st. to Jefferson st 

Improvement of Kinzie St., from Jefferson st. to May St.. Stay 

Improvement of Laflia St., from Fourteenth st. to Sixteenth st 

Improvement of Lake st., fr-^m Homan ave. to Crawford ave 

Improvement of Lake ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-seventh st . . 

Improvement of Lake ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-seventh st., 

Stay 

Improvement of Lake ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-seventh St., Con- 
cerning 

Improvement of Lake Park ave 

Improvement of Lake View ave., from Diversey st. to Wrightwood ave. 
Improvement of Langley ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-ninth st. 
Improvement of Langley ave., Remove obstructions bet. Forty-fourth 

and Forty-fifth sts 

Improvement of Langley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fifth St., 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Langley ave., from Forty-second st. to Forty- fifth st. . 
Improvement of Larrabee st.,from North;ave.to Lincoln st., Let contract 
Improvement of La Salle St., from Randolph st. to Lake St., Concerning 
Improvement of La Salle St., from Randolph st. to Lake St., Let Con 

tract , • 

Improvement of La Salle St., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixth st.. Let 

contract 

Improvement of Laurenze st 

Imnrovement of Laurenze ave.. Let Contract .. 

Improvement of Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. lo Thirty-first 

St., Let Contract 

Improvement of Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first 

St., Stay 



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574 
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627 

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1166 
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1348 
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466 
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248 



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1441 



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1119 

498 

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I ni|ii (i\ i iiirni ol l.ii \vi'otic(^ nvo., I roiii siicllli'ld avc. to Ashhiiid ave 

1 111 ciiMMii of Ltiwre icr a\'('.. I loiii A.sliliiixl iivc. to SluiiHeld avo. 

Slay 

Improvt'tiu'iit «tf licuvitt st.. Iroin 'I'wcH'th Kt. to Thirtoentli St., Stay... 

linprovciiiciil or Lcavitt st , Iroin Tliii tccnth Ht. to Hliio I.sland iivc. -j 

I iiiprovciiicnt ol' licavitt st., I roiii Tw(.'ltth st. to 'I'liirtooiith St., Lot Con- 
tnict 

I inpi ovcnu'iil of l.cavitt st., from Noi'th ave. to VVabarisia ave 

1 mi)i()\ cincnt of licavitt St., from Twenty-second St. to IJliie Islan l 
a\ ('.. Slay 

I mpi-()\ ('niciit of licavitt st., from (^lyl)'Mii-n avo. to Mclricii ave 

1 Ml i)i ()\ (':n('nt of l>oiivitl St., from Ifclilc!) ave. to Cly hoii rn uvo., Stfly . . 

I mprovcmciit of Lowis st ., from Clyl»oiirii a\ o. to C. E. U. K. track. 
Stay 

Improvement of Lincoln St., from Iwelftli st. to lilue Island ave -j 

Tmpro\('m('nt of F/incoln ave., from Slielliold avo. to Addison st 

Improvonu'iit ol liinooln ave., from Sholficid ave. to IJowman villc 

lmpro\ cmont of IJncoln ave., irom ShetHeld ave. to Belmont ave., 
Stay 

ImprovcMnont of Lincoln ave., from Belmont ave. to Western ave.. 
Proceed with asst 

Improvement of Lincoln ave., from Belmont ave. to Sulzer St., Let 
contract 

Improvement of Locu.st St., from Wells st. to Market St., Let contract. 

improvement of Loomi.s st.. from Fourteentti St. to Sixteenth st 

Improvement of Luce St., from iJlaclihawk st. to North Ter., Let con- 
tract 



Improvement of Lydia St., Let contract \ 



Improvement of Lydia St., Stay 

Improvement of Lytle St., from Macalister PI. to Harrison st .. 

Improvement of Macedonia St., Stay 

Improvement of Maplewood ave., from Di ision st. to North ave 

Improvement of Mark St., from Halsted st. to Union st 

Improvement of Market St., from Lake st. to Randolph St., Proceed 
with 

Improvement of Market St., from Lake st. to Randolph St., Let con- 
contract.. ■ 

Improven ent of Mather St., from Canal st. to Clinton st 

Imprcn'ement of Mather St., from Clinton st. to Jefferson st., Stay. .. 

Improvement of McHenry St., from Blanche st. to iNorth ave.. Stay coll 

Improvement of McHenry St., from Blanche St. to North ave., Let j 
contract ) 

Improvement of Melrose St., from Evanston a\^e. to The Lake 

Improvement of Menominee St., from Sedgwick st. to Larrabee St., Let 
contract 

Impi'ovement of Michigan St., from Clark st. to North Water st 

Improvement of Michigan St., from Clark st. to North Water St., Re- 
peal 

Improvement of Michigan ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-third St., 
Let contract 

Improvement of Millard ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Og'den ave.,j 
Stay I 

Improvement of Millard ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Og-den ave., To 
complete 

Improvement of Milwaukee ave., from FuUerton ave. to Logan Sqr. j- 

Improvement of Milwaukee ave., from Fullerton ave. to Logan Sqr., 
Stay 

Improvement of Monroe St., from Albany ave. to Kedzie ave., Stay 

Improvement of Moni'oe St., from Michigan ave. to Wabash ave 

Improvement of Monroe St., from Wabash ave. to Michigan ave., Let 
Contract 

Improvement of Monroe st., from Canal st. to Halsted st 

Improvement of Moore St., from Division st. to Elm St., Stay 

Improvement of Montana St., from Lincoln ave. to Racine ave 

Impi'ovement of Montana St., from Lincoln ave. to Racine ave.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Morgan St., from Eighteenth st. to Twenty-second st. 

Improvement of Morgan st., from Eighteenth st. to Twenty-second st., 
Stay 



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443 
527 

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171 

212 
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149 

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OllDERS— Continued ■ 



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Improvement of Napoleon pi., Stay 

Improvement of Napoleon pi., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st — 
Improvement of Napoleon pi., from Wentworth ave. to Wallace st 

Contract , 

Improvement of Nassau st., from Van Buren st. to Jackson st 

Improvement of Napoleon pi., from Stewart ave. to Wallace St., With- 
draw Collection Warrant 10.295 

Improvement of Napoleon pi., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st., Let 

Contract 

Improvemenit of Ne'^raska St., from Throop st. to Ashland ave 

Improvement of Newberry ave., from Taylor st. to Twelfth St., Pro 

ceed 

Improvement of Newberry ave., from Taylor st. to Twelfth st.. Let Con 

tract 

Improvement of Newberry ave., from Wright st. to Sixteenth St., Stay 

Improvement of Newberry ave., from Wright st. to Sixteenth st 

Improvement of Nicollet ave., from California ave. to Sacramento 

ave., Let Contract 

Improvement of Noble ave., from Clark st. to Sheffield ave 

Improvement of Noble ave., from Halsted st. to SheflBeld ave., Stay — 

Improvement of Norwood ave., from Homan ave. to Kedzie ave 

Improvement of Norwood ave., from Kedzie ave. to Sheridan St., Stay. 

Improvement of North ave., from California ave. to Kedzie ave 

Improvement of North ave., from Kedzie ave. i o Tinkham ave 

Improvement of North ave.. from California ave. to Kedzie ave 

Improvement of North Fifty-ninth St., from Ashland ave.to Evanston avc 
Improvement of Nutt st. from Sixteenth st. to Eighteenth St., Stay — 
Improvement of Nineteenth St., from Blue Island ave. to Western ave 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Nineteenth St., from Union st. to Halsted st 

Improvement of Nineteenth St., from State st. to Clark st.. Repeal — 
Improvement of Nineteenth st., from Blue Island ave. to Western ave.. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Nineteenth st., from Ashland ave. to Blue Island ave. 

Improvement of Ninetieth st., from Strand to Manistee ave 

Improvement of Ninetieth st , from Strand to Manistee ave 

Improvement of Ninetieth St., from Strand to Manistee ave., Repeal. .. 
Improvement of Ninety-fifth st., from Stony Island ave. to State St., 

Stay ." 

Improvemenj of Oakley ave., from Division st. to North ave. — 
Improvement of Oakley ave., from North ave. to Milwaukee ave., Stay 
Improvement of Oakley ave., from North ave. to Division st.. Stay. . . 
Improvement of Oakwood ave., from Drexol boul. to Old City Limits 
Improvement of Oakwood ave., from Drexel boul. to Old City Limits, 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Oakwood ave., from Drexel boul. to North line Sec. 3 

38, U. Let Contract 

Improvement of Ogden pi , from Wo id st. to Paulina St., Proceed 

Improvement of Ogden ave., from Twelfth st. to California ave.. Let j 

Contract 1 

Improvement of Ogden ave., from Albany ave. to Millard ave., Leti 

Contract I 

Improvement of Ogden ave., from Twelfth st. to Millard ave., Tempo- 
rary 

Improvement of Ogden ave., from Millard ave to Crawford ave 

Improvement of Ohio st , from Robey st. to Hoyne ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Ohio St., from Market St. to Kingsbury St., Stay 

Improvement of Ontario St., from Franklin st, to Market St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Ontario ave., from Eighty-ninth st. to South Chicago 

ave , . 

Improvement of Ontario st., from Clark st, to St. Clair st 

Improvement of Ontario St., fi-om Clark st. to St. Clair St., Repeal. 

Improvement of Ontario st., from Market st. to Kingsbury St., Stay — 
Improvemen't of Ontario St., from Eighty-ninth st. to So. Chicago ave.. 

Stay 

Improvement of Ontario St., from Eighty-ninth St. to Harbor ave 

Improvement of Orchard St., from Town st. to Alaska St., Let Contract 

Improvement of Osborn St., from Ohio st. to Indiana st 

Improvement of Otis st., from Pleasant st. to Penn St., stay 

Improvement of One Hundred and Fifteenth St., from I. C. R. R. to 

State St. . . ; 

Improvement of Park ave., from Center ave. to Everett ave . 



348 
438 

1093 
1094 

1132 

1508 
185 

236 

501 
1408 
1507 

305 
571 
1117 
724 
1165 
551 
686 
1345 
525 
151 

23 
185 
365 

470 
849 
856 
1171 
1171 

1333 
600 
1268 
1407 
465 

530 

1071 

153 
374 
333 
374 
349 

498 
943 
249 
1405 

410 

856 
908 
1118 
1167 

1171 
1401 
189 
469 
1167 

1037 
466 



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551 
686 
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348 



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501 
1408 



205 
571 
1117 

1165 



151 

23 



185 



849 
856 



600 



856 
908 
1118 



1401 
469 



470 



1171 
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InipruvriinMit of I'urk Hvc. 

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liiipiov ctufiit (»r I'liik ave., from Center ave. to Everett ave., Let Con- 

tl lU!t >. .. 

1 niprovt'iiient of I'ark ave.. from Sixtieth st, to Sixty-first St., Let Con- 
tract 

linpiov rrncnt of N. Park ave., from Oiversey st. N. to Allej' 

I m))r(>vi'iiu'nt of I'Miiiiim St., 1 roiii Sixtfc ith sr. To IJIik,' Island ave.. . . 
lmpro\ ) mt'iit ot I'aiiiiiiii St., Irom Twenty-first st. to H!ue Islari'l ave., 

Proceed to {'OMtlriii asst 

Improvi'iiKMit of I'aiiliiia st., from Sixteenth St. to Blue Island ave., Let 

contract 

Iinpro\ (Muciit of Paulina St., fr )m Wabansia ave. to Armitajfe ave 

Impid\ eniciit of Paulina st., from Archer ave to Thirty-eiprhth st 

from Sixteenth st. to 0., B & Q. K. R 

from Wabausia ave. to Arraitag-e ave.. 



from Archer ave. to Thirty-eitrhth St., Let 



1 nipiovciiu'tit of Paulina st 
Improvement of Paulina st 

Stay 

Improvement of Paulina St., 

contract 

Improvement of Pearson St., from Wells st, to Water St., Repeal 
Improvement of Pearson St., from Wells st. to Franklin St.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Perry St., from Clybourn ave. to Fullerton ave.. Pro- 
ceed 

Improvement of Pine Grove ave., from Grace St. to Cornelia st 

Improvement of Polk St., from Clark st. to State st 

Improvement of Po k St., from State st. to Fifth ave., Let contract 

Improvement of Polk St., from Western ave. to Rockwell St., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Polk St.. from State St. to Fifth ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Portland ave., from Thirtj^-first st. to Thirty-third St. . 
Improvement of Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave.. 
Improvement of Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave.. 

Stay 

Improvement of Powell ave.. fi'om Milwaukee ave. to Fuilerton ave. .. 
Improvement of Quarry St., from Archer ave. to C. & A. R. R., Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Quarry St., Let contract 

Improvement of Quarry St., from Archer ave. to C. & A. R. R 

Improvement of Quarry St., from Archer ave. to C. & A. R. R.. Let con- 
tract 

Improvement of Racine ave.. from Fullerton ave. to Addison st 

Improvement of Racine are., from Fullei'ton ave. to Clybourn ave 

Improvement of Racine ave., from Belmont are. to Addison St., Stay.. 
Improvement of Racine ave., from Belden ave. to Clybourn ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Racine nve., from Webster ave. to Fullerton ave 

Improvement of Racine ave., from Fullerton ave. to Lincoln ave., Let 

contract 

Improvement of Randolph St., from Michigan ave. to Central ave.. Let 

contract 

Improvement of Rice St.. from Robey st. to Leavitt st 

Improvement of Rice St., from Wood st. to Lincoln st 

Improvement of Kice St., from Robey st. to Leavit St., Stay 

Improvement of Rice St., from Robey st. to Leavitt St., Proceed with. . 
Improvement of Richmond St.. from Chicago ave. to Division st 

Improvement of Robey St., from Twelfth st. to Blue Island ave -j 

Improvement of Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st 

Improvement of Robey St.. from Armitase ave. to C. «& N". W. Ry 

Improvement of Robey St., from Armitage ave. to Fullerton ave., Let 
Contract 

Improvement of Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe St., Stay 

Improvement of Robey St.. from Belmont ave. to Roscoe St.. Proceed. . 

Improvement of Robey St., from Twelfth st. to Blue Is. and ave., Pro- 
ceed 

Improvement of Rockwell s*^.. from Twelfth st.to Twenty-second St. .. 

Improvement of Rockwell St., from Division st. to Xorth ave 

Improvement of Rockwell St., from Twelfth St. to Twenty-second St., 
Stay , 

Improvement of Rockwell St.. from Twelfth st. to Twenty-second st„! 
Stay 

Improvement of Rokeby st 

Improvement of Roscoe St., from Robey st. to Western ave. 









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182 
231 


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525 

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INDEX 



LXXTX 



ORDERS— Co » funded. 



Improvement of Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsied st., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Roscoe St., Stay 

Improvement of Ruble St., from Eighteenth st. to Canalport ave 

Improvement of Rundell pi., from Aberdeen st. to Centre ave., Let 
contract 

Improvement of Rush St., from Erie st. to Chicago ave 

Improvement of Sacramento ave., from Lake st. to Van Buren St., Let 
Contract 

Improvement of Sacramento ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie St., Stay . . . 

Improvement of Sacramento ave., from Twelfth st. to Van Buren St.. 

Improvement of Sawyer ave., from Og'den ave. to C, B. & Q. Ry 

Improvement of Sawyer ave., from Ugden ave. to C, B. & Q. Ry., Stay 

Improvement of Sebor St., from Jefferson st. to Clinton st.. Stay . . . . . . 

Improvement of Sedgwick St., from Chicago ave. to Erie St., Stay 

Improvement of Sedgwick St., from Division st. to Elm st 

Improvement of Sedgwick St., from Chicago ave, to Erie st.. Repeal. . 

Improvement of Sedgwick court, from Division St., to Elm St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Sedgwick St., from Chicago ave. to Erie St., Stay 

Improvement of Seminary ave., from Centre st. toFullerton ave.. Stay 

Improvement of Seward St., from Canalport ave. to Lumber st 

Improvement of Seward St., from Canalport ave. to Twenty-second st.. 
Stay 

Improvement of Seward St., from Canalport ave. to Twenty-second st.. 
Stay 

Improvement of Sibley st., from McAllister pL. to Harrison st.. Stay. . . 

Improvement of Silver St., from Harrison st. to Gurley St., Stay 

Improvement* of Sheffield ave., from Clark st. to Addison st 

Improvement of Sheffield ave , from Graceland ave. to Sulzer st 

Improvement of Sheffield ave., from Norih ave. to Clybourn ave.. Stay. 

Improvement of Shelby ct., from Nineteenth st. to Twentieth st 

Improvement of Sherman st., from Polk st. to Taylor st 

Improvement of Sherman St., from Taylor st. to Polk St., Let Contract. 

Improvement of Sherman St., Stay coll. of asst^ 

Improvement of Shields ave., Stay 

Improvement of Shields ave., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third St., J 
Let Contract ( 

Improvement of Shields ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thlrty-flrst st.. 
Apply for confirmation of asst 

Improvement of Shober St., from Division st. to North ave,, Proceed 
with asst 

Improvement of South Water St., from Michigan (.ave. to Central ave.. 
Let Contract 

Improvement of South Chicago ave., from Stoney Island ave. to Nine- 
ty-second St., Repair. 

Improvement of South Park ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st. . 

Improvement of Soutn Water St., from Michigan ave. to Central ave.. 
Rescind, Stay 

Improvement of Southport ave., from FullertOn ave. to Addison st — 

Improvement cf Southport ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave.. 
Stay 

Improvement of Southport ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave.. 
Let Contract 

Improvement of Spaulding ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R 

Improvement of Spring st., from State st. to Wentworth ave 

Improvement of Spring St., from State st. to Wentworth ave.. Stay — 

Improvement of State St., from Jackson st. to Sixteenth st.. Let contract 

Improvement of Stewart ave.. from Bushnell st. to Thirty-ninth St., Re- 
quiring Ft. Wayne R. R. to 

Improvement of Stewart ave 

Improvement of St. Louis ave. from Lake st. to Kinzie St.. Stay 

Improvement of Sulzer St., from Halsted St to Sheffield ave 

Improvement of Superior st. from Rohey st. to Leavitt St., Stay 1 

Improvement of Superior st., from Robey St. to Leavitt St., Stay 

Improvement of Superior st., from Market st. to W. ter.. Repeal 

Improvement of Superior St., from Wood St. to Leavitt St., Proceed. . . 

Improvementof Superior St., from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw ave 

Improvement of Superior St., from Franklin st. to Kingsbui-y St., Stay 

Improvement of sundry alleys in Third Ward, Let Contract. 

Improvement of Sixteenth st , from Halsted st. to Throop st 

Improvement of Sixteenth St., from Ashland ave. to Wood st.. Stay. . . 

Improvement of Sixteenth st., from Canal St. to Johnson St., Stay 



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853 

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86 
1094 
88 
186 
1118 
27 
67 
133 

502 
1167 
1406 
23 

250 

349 
1302 
104 
525 
1117 
1238 
991 
273 
406 
436 

1508 
1092 

1093 

573 

149 

1070 
906 

22 
535 

1301 

1345 
1239 

471 
1032 

100 

304 
1347 
133 
571 
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115 
132 
154 
1165 
1167 
549 
758 
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1301 
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406 

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1092 

1093 

573 

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1070 
906 



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571 

132 
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Iinprovcnicnt of Sixteenth nt., from Jdliiison st. to Throof) fit 

I 111 pi ()\ t'liiciil (il Si vlrriil li s| ., ( (III .loll II soil St t () 'I'll roo| t Mt 

I 111 |iro\ ciuciil of Seven I (Mill li St ., troiii l.ooiiiis st. to l{ot)fy Ht . . . . 
I II) prove men I ol' S<'\ cnl cent li st ., 1 roiii Wood st . to liiiicol n Ht . . . . 
liiiproveiiieiit of Sevenleentli St., Ironi lAXHiiis St. to i<iiicoln Ht 

( out riict 

Imiiroveiiieiii of Si.xty-Hrst St., from Madison ave. to Cottage f3 rove ave 
lmpro\-emeiit of Si.xty-socond St., from Greenwood nve. to Cottag'e 

(J rove live 

lniprov( ineiit of Sixty-third St., from Stony Island ave. to Cottai^e 

(i rove live.. Stay 

Iuipro\ iMiu'nt of Sixty-third St., from Stony Island ave. to Cottaf?e 

(Jrovo avo 

Improvement of Sixty-fourth St., from So. Park ave. to Cottage Grove 

ave., llepiiir 

Improvement of Sixty-fifth 3t., from Lincoln St. to Cottage Grove 

ave.. Let Contract 

Improvement of Sixty-eig-hth St., from Wentworth ave. to Yale st 

Improvement of Sixty-ninth St., from Halsted st. to California ave 

Improvement of Seventy-fifth St., from Stony Island ave. to French 

ave.. Let Contract 

Improvement of Seventy-seventh st., from Lake ave. to French ave.. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Seventy-eighth st., from R. R. ave. to Lake Michigan. 
Improvement of Seventy-ninth St., from I. C. R. K. to Cottag-e Grove 

ave.. To repair 

Improvement of sundry sts. in Fifteenth Ward 

Improvement of sundry sts. in Sixteenth Ward, Let Contract 

Improvement o'' sundi-y sts. in Twenty-seventh Ward, To complete 

Improvement of sundry sts. in Twenty-seventh Ward 

Improvement of sundry sts. in Thirty-third Ward, Let Contract 

Improvement of sundry s's.. List of for 1890 

Improvement of sundry sts.. List to be done W. Div. in 1890 

Improvement of sundry sts.. List to be done in South Division in 1890. . 
Improvement of street. South of Bickerdike sqr. between Bickerdike 

St. and Armour st 

Improvement of sundry sts.. Let contracts for all for which warrants 

have been issued 

Improvement of Swift ave., from Ridge ave. to Victor st 

Improvement of Taylor St., from State st. to Fifth ave.. Let Contract.. 

Improvement of Thomas St., from Sej^mour ave. to California ave 

Improvement of Thomas St., from Western ave. to California ave., Stay 
Improvement of Thomas St., from Western ave. to California ave.. Pro- 
ceed with 

Improvement of Troy St., from Colorado ave. to Jackson st 

Improvement of Troj' St., from Twelfth st. to Douglas boul 

Improvement of Troy St., from Filmore st. to Twelfth St., Stay 

improvement of Trustee St., from Kinzie St. to Austin ave 

improvement of Turner ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-first st 

Improvement of Twomey St., from Sedgwick st. to Heim st 

Impi'ovement of Twomey pi., fi'om Fulton st. to Kinzie St. Repeal 

Improvement of Third ave., from Polk st. to Twelfth St., Let Contract. 

Impi'ovement of Third ave., from Jackson st. to Polk st 

Improvement of Third ave., from Jackson st. to Polk St., Let Contraot. 
Improvement of Twelfth St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave.. Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Twelfth st., from Kedzie ave. to Douglas Park boul 

Let Contract 

Imorovement of Twelfth St., from Kedzie ave. to The Boule., Let Con- J 

tract ) 

Improvement of Twelfth St., from Kedzie ave. to Grand boul., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Twelfth St., from Kedzie ave. to Central Park boul.. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Twelfth St., from Garfield boul. to Crawford ave 

Improvement of Twelfth St., from California ave. to Albany ave.. Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Thirteenth pi., from Wood st. to Ashland ave 

Improvement of Twentieth St., from Ashland ave. to Western ave.. 

Let Contract . . 

Improvement of Twenty-first St., from Halsted st. to Union st 

Iraprovemen' of Twenty-first St., from .Jefferson st. to Union st 

Improvement of Twenty-first st., from Jefferson st. to Union St., stay. 



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1238 
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129' 



90 
U02 



466 



521 
573 



521 
578 
205 
624 
1098 1098 
555 
248 
867 
869 

944 



1440 
.525 
149 
468 

1267 

1268 
909 
1266 
1407 
1165 
1033 
1505' 
25 
100 
183 
436 

87 

234 
408 
345 

528 

599 
1094 

1266 
185 

23 
375 
7.SI 
1122 



944 

525 
468 



909 
1266 

1165 

loas 

1505 
25 

183 



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1094 



185 



375 
731 



1240 



1037 
123:{ 

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555 

555 
555 



205 
624 

5.55 
248 
867 
869 



1440 
149 
1267 
1268 

1407 

100 

436 

87 

234 
408 
34c 

528 

599 

1266 

23 

1122 



INDEX 



LXXXI 



OB.DEUS>— Continued . 



Improvement of Twenty-second st., from Brown st. to Chicago River, 

Stay 

Improvement of Twenty-second St., from Western ave.to Homan ave., 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-second St., from Lawndale ave. to C, B. & Q 

R. R., Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-third St., from Portland ave. to Arcner ave.. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-second St., from State st. to Indiana ave.. Re 

pair 

Improvement of Twenty-second st., from C, B. & Q. R. R. to Lawndale 

ave 

Improvement of Twenty-second St., from C, B. & Q. R. R. to Lawndale 

ave.. Temporary Repeal 

Improvement of Twenty-second St., from Lawndale ave. to Mowrey 

ave 

Improvement of Twenty-second st., from Mowrey ave. to Oa-den ave. 
Improvement of Twenty-third st., from State st. to Wentworth ave., 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-third pi., from Wentworth ave. to Archer 

ave.. Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-third St., from Central Park ave. to Lawndale 

ave 

Improvement of Twenty-third st., from Lawndale ave. to Hamlin ave. . 
Improvement of Twenty-sixth st., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave. 
Improvement of Twenty-sixth st., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave., 

Stay 

Improvement of Twenty-sixth st., from Lawndale ave* to Hamlin ave. 
Improvement of Twenty-sixth St., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave., 

Proceed with asst 

Improvement of Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover st. to Wallace st. . 
Improvement of Twenty-seventh St., from State st. to Portiand ave 

Confirm asst. 

Improvement of Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover st. to Wallace st.. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-seventh st., from Hanover st. to Wallace St., 

Stay 

Improvement of Twanty-eighth st., from Wentworth ave. to Wallace st. 
Improvement of Twenty-eighth St., from Stewart ave. to Wallace St., 

Repeal 

Improvement of Twenty-eighth St., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart 

ave.. Let Contract 

Improvement of Twenty-ninth st., from Stewart ave. to Hanover St., 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Thirtieth St., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave. 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Thirtieth st., from Stewart ave. to Halsted St., Stay. . 
Improvement of Thirty-third St., from Stewart ave. to Halsted St., Stay 
Improvement of Thirty-fourth St., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave. 

Improvement of Thirty-fourth st., from Halsted st. to Laurel st 

Improvement of Thirty-fourth st., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave., 

Let Contract 

Improvement of Thirty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Laurel St., Stay. . 
Improvement of Thirty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Auburn ave.. 

Stay 

Improvement of Thirty-sixth St., from Lake ave. to Ellis ave., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Thirty-sixth st., from State st. to Indiana ave 

Improvement of Thirty-sixth St., from State st. to Indiana ave 

Improvement of Thirty-sixth st., from Ellis ave. to Cottage Grove ave. 
Improvement of Thirty-sixth St., from Ellis ave. to Cottage Grove ave., 

Let contract 

Improvement of Thirty-seventh st., from Lake ave. to end of street 

Improvement of Thirty- seventh st., from Lake ave. to East ter., Stay. . 
Improvement of Thirty-eighth st., from Wentworth ave. to State st., 

Stay 

Improvement of Thirty-eighth st., from Wentworth ave. to Wabash 

ave 

Improvement of Thirty-eighth st., from Stewart ave. to Laurel st 

Improvement of Thirty-eighth St., from Indiana ave. to Grand boul 

Improvement of Union pL, from Congress st. to Harrison St., Let con- 
tract • 

Improvement of Van Horn St., fromRobey st. to Western ave 



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249 


287 




287 


378 




378 


943 


943 




943 


943 




12.3Q 
441 


1239 
1441 




993 




992 


1033 




1032 


1339 
1339 
387 


1339 
1339 
387 




1164 




1164 


1304 




1304 








1076 




1076 


1340 


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1340 


406 


406 




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1341 

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306 


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306 


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1241 
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470 




437 
470 


634 




634 


136 
437 
437 
79] 


437 
437 
791 


136 


1241 

627 
1508 


627 


1241 
1508 


72 






438 
991 
1409 


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991 
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408 
325 


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()K1>I:KS Ondinucd. 



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liii])rovoincnt of x'lui Horn st.. from Hoboy st. to Western avc, 8tny — 

I iiipi'ovrniriil of Vail Horn Iroiii Asliliiii'i iiN'c. to liiiflin hI 

I iiiimn t'liK-iit ol \'<Tiion avc, I roiii 'J'liirty-Hc\'(!iith 8t. to Thirty-ninth 

8t 

1 mprovcnuMit ol \'< rnori avo., from Tliirty-seventh st. to Thirty-ninth 

Hi ., IjCt colli riK'l 

1 iiipiovrnii iil ol N'cnion Park pi., from Centre ave. to Loorals St., Con- 
tli in .\ssl 

I inprovcmciit of Victor avc, from Evanston ave. to Franeis st 

! InItl•()vcIncll^ of Vincciiiics a\-c, from Korty-soventh st. to Fifty-first st 

I 111 piovciiiciit of \' iiicciini s avc, from Forty-seveiilh st. to Fifty-first 
St., .Ainciid 

Iinprovi'inciit of Viuccnnes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-eiy-hth 
St.. Stay 

I iiiprovcinciit of Vine St., from Vedder st. to Division St., Stay 

]iiipro\-ciiicnt of Vine st., from Vedder st. to Jtose St., Stay 

Iniprovciiicnt of Viiu; St., from Division st. to Kaee St., Stay 

Inipro\ cnit'iit of Waliash ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-third St., Let 
eont ract 

Improvement of Wnt)ansia ave., from Coventry st. to Paulina st 

Impr()\ ('niont of Wabansia ave., from Coventry st. to Ashland ave. . 

Inipro\-en}cnt of Wabansia ave., from Elston ave. to Ashland ave., Re- 
peal 

Improvement of Wabansia ave., from Coventry St. to Ashland ave., Let 
contract 

Improvement of Wabansia ave., Irom Ashland ave. to Robey St., Let 
contract 

Improvement of Wabansia ave., from Coventry St., to Paulina St., Let 
contract - . 

Improvement of Wabansia ave., from Western ave. to Simons ave., 
Stay 

Improvement of Wabansia ave., from Western ave. to Boule, Stay 

Improvement of Wallace St., from Thirty-ninth St. to Forty-seventh st. 

Improvement of Walnut St., from St. Louis ave. to Central Park av. . . 

Improvement of Walton pi., from Dearborn st. to Clark St., Let Con- 
tract 

Improvement of Warner ave., from Crawford ave. to Central Park ave. 
Proceed to assess tor cost of 

Improvement of Warner ave., from Crawford ave. to Central Park ave.. 
Stay 

Improvement of Washburn ave., from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave., Stay. 

Improvement of Washburn ave., from Robey st. to Oakley ave.. Let 
Contract — 

Improvement of Washburn ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Improvement of Washburn ave., from Ashland ave. to Wood st 

Improvement of Webster ave., from River to Leavitt st 

Improvement of Welling-ton St., from Sheffield ave, to Halsted st 

Improvement of Wellington st., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted St., Stay 

Improvement of Wellington St., from Clark st. to Southport ave 

Improvement of Wellington St., from Clark st. to Sheffield ave.. Stay.. 

Improvement of Wendell St., from Wells st. to Sedg-wick St., Let Con- j 
tract ; / 

Improvement of Wendell St., from Wells st. to Sedgwick st.. Confirm 
asst. for 

Improvement of Western ave., from Chicago ave. to The Viaduct 

Improvement of Western ave.. from North ave. to Fullerton ave 

Improvement of Western ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave 

Improvement of Western ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave.. Stay.. 

Improvement of Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to Van Burenst 



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Improvement of Winchester ave., from Ogden ave. to Polk st 

Improvement of Winslow ave 

Improvement of Wisconsin St., from Sedgwick st. to Larrabee St., Let 

Contract 

Improvement of Wood St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-ninth st 

Improvement of Wood St., from Fifteenth st. to Blue l&land ave.. Let 

Conti-act 

Improvement of Wood st., from Armitage ave. to Asylum pi 

Improvement of Wood St., from Archer" ave. to Thirty-ninth St.. Let 

Contr ict 

Improvement of Woodlawn ave., from Fifty-first St. to Fifty-second st 
Improvement of W7-ight St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-second st. . 
Improvement of Wrightwood ave., from Orchard st. to Sheffield av 



909 

232 



.525 
46.^ 



204 
23G 
1237 

1070 
104 
248 

248 

572 

eo4 

1095 

1096 
1119 

loOO 
874 

189 

854 

1169 

88 

438 
573 
943 
572 
502 

1302 
525 

116 
324 
189 

304 
249 
443 
471 
1267 
574 
123 » 
1165 
945 

66 
731 

1340 
1443, 

1.5071 
445 1 

1504: 

5251 



104 

248 

248 



731 

m 

985 

1098 
204 
236 

V£il 

1070 



1300 
374 



573 
943 
572 
502 

525 



572 

604 

1095 

1096 
1119 

189 
8.54 
1169 

438 



249 
443 
471 

574 
1239 
1165 

945 



1302 

1168 
324 
189 

304 



126; 



731 



1443 



445 
1504 



1340 
1507 



LXXXIII 



— PAGE- 



ORDERS. 



Improvement of Wrightwood ave., from Orchard street to Racine ave.. 

Let contract 

Improvement of Yeaton st., from Wood st. to Lincoln ave 

Improvement of York St., from Ashland boul. to Wood St., Let Contract 

Improvement of York St., from Paulina St. to Hermitage ave., Stay 

Illinois Steel Co., For removal of tracks from Eighty-fifth st 

International Bank, Claim for dredging, Vetoed 

i 



International Bank, Tor payment Claim for dredging Slip "A." ^ 

International Bank, Claim for dredging Recon 

Inspector of Gas, To examine gas meters every 6 months 

Jacobs' Theatre, Permission for sign 

Joy Morton & Co., Permit to erect salt transfer house 

Joy Morton & Co., Permit to erect salt transfer house 

Jackson. Thos., To refund deposit on contract 

Klemprick, S., Permit for sign 453 S. Morgan st 

Killen, Jas., To pay for damage by Western ave. Viaduct 

Kinney, Jas. M., For personal injury 

Klee A. & Son, Permit for sign on Will st 

K. of L. Pub. Co., Claim of con. Def. and Pub 

K. of L. Pub. Co., Concerning cases of against City 

Kohl, J,, Permit Barber pole 

Kruger, Aug., To refund fine j 

Knise, F. W., Permit for Bridge Cross Alley Blk. 11, McReynolds' Sub. . 
Knise, A., Permit to erect addl. story to Photograph Gallery 

Lamps on Albany ave., from Polk st. to Twelfth st | 

Lamps on Almond St., from Taylor st. to Astiland ave 

Lamps on Ambrose St., from California ave. to Douglas boul 

Lamps on Arch st., from Archer ave. to Lyman ave.. 

Lamps on Armitage ave., from Simons ave. to Tripp ave 

Lamps on Ashkum ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to South Chicago ave 
Lamps on Ashland ave., from South of Forty-seventh St., to Have 

Lighted 

Lamps on Auburn Park, Sundry Streets 

Lamps on Austin ave., from Forty-sixth st. to Robinson ave 

Lamps on Avenue "A,*' from Seventieth st. to Seventy-first st 

Lamps on Avenue "B," from Seventieth st. to Seventy-first st 

Lamps on Avenue "C." from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st 

Lamps, Axford's Hall, In front of 

Lamps on Beckley ave.. Cor. Forty-second St.. Boulevard Lamphead 

Lamps on Belmont ave., from Kedzie ave. to C. & St. P. R. R 

Lamps on Belmont ave., from Kedzie ave to The River 

Lamps on Belmont ave.. Cor. Avondale ave., and on Belmont ave 

Lamps on Blanchard st., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty-fourth st — 



Lamps on Bloom St., from Thirty-sixth st. to Thirty-eighth st. 



Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 

Lamps 

Lamps 
Lamps 

Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 



on Bloomingdale road and Sheridan st 

on Blucher st ." 

on Ronney ave., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth st 

on Brooks ave., from Seventy-third st. to Seventy-fourth st. 

(and crosswalks) 

on Brompton ave., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st. (boule- 
vard) 

on Bryn Mawr ave., from Evanston ave. to Clark st 

on Buffalo avpi.. from One Hundred and Thirty-third st. to One 

Hundred and Thirty-sixth st . 

on Buffalo ave., from Ninetieth st. to Ninety-second st 

on Burling st., from Wrightwood ave. to Dewey ct 

on Burton pi., from State st. to Astor st 

on Burton pi., from Astor st. to Lake Shore drive 

on Butler St., from Thirty-seventh st. to Thirty-ninth st , 

on Butterfield St., from Sixteenth st. to Twenty-sixth st 

on Byron St., from Halsted St. to Lake Mich 

on Byron St., from Halsted St. to Lake Mich., Stay 

on California ave., from Ogden ave. to Twentv-second st 

on California ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave 

on Calumet ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Moody's Subn 

on Carpenter st., from Milwaukee ave. to C, &N. W. R. R., . 

on Carroll ave.. from Sacramento ave. to Homan ave 

on Carroll ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave. . . ; 



s 

0) 
03 
0) 



1301 




1301 


909 






498 




498 


5^4 


.1099 


574 


1099 




120 






1439 




1439 


113 




113 


120 






42 




43 


908 




908 


65 






114 




114 


851 






1164 




1164 


469 






113 




112 


768 




768 


449 






475 




475 


406 




406 


854 






943 




943 


852 




1054 


1237 




1337 


■169 


469 




528 


538 




1U76 


1076 




1266 


1366 




185 


185 




769 


769 




1298 


1298 




1036 




1036 


907 


907 




325 


335 




1401 


1401 




1401 


1 A nt 

1401 




1401 


1 A nt 

1401 




505 


505 




570 


570 




854 


854 




1268 


lio8 




767 


767 




1036 


1036 




539 


529 




1340 


1240 




1408 


1408 




789 


789 




552 


004: 




758 


758 




1297 


1397 




1345 


1345 




907 


907 




555 


555 




1298 


139S 




502 


503 




1302 




1302 


1303 




1302 


849 


849 




471 


471 




444 


444 




768 




768 


1076 


1076 




1368 


1268 




1305 


1305 




409 


409 




499 


499 




574 


574 





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INDEX 



-I»AO 



OiiDEliS -C(jntinued. 



Liiriips 
Latups 
Lumps 

Lntn|)S 
Lamps 
[iaiiips 
Laiiii)s 
liaiiips 
[>anips 
LatnpH 
Lamps 
I^amps 
Lamps 
liamps 
[iamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 

Lamps 

Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 

Lamps 

Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 

Lamps 
Lamps 
•Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 
Lamps 

Lamps 

Lamps 
Lamps 



oil MclroSf St 

on Mctro|iolitaii pi., Irom Crawford a\'(!. to HardiiiKave 

oil MlcliiKiiii avc, f rom Kilty-tlf th sf. to Sixtieth st 

on MicliiKaii ave., Irom One Hundred and Twelfth PI. to One 

Ilundrt-d and Si.vteenthst 

on Moore St., from Division st. to Elm st 

on Nelson st 

on Nineteenth St., from State st. to Purple Pt 

on Ninetieth St., from Ontario st. to (ireen Hay ave 

on Ninety-tlrst st., from Mackinaw st. to Green F{ay ave 

on Ninety-first St., from Superior st. to Green liny ave 

on Ninety-third st., from South Chicajfo ave. to B. & O. R. K. 

on Ninety-third St., Cor. Cottag-e Grove ave 

on Noble ave., from Hoyne St. to Clybourn ave 

on North avc., Cor. Grand ave 

on Oakenwald ave., from Orchard st. to Lake ave 

on Oakenwald ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Lake ave 

on Oakenwald ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-sixth st. . 
on Oakwood boul., from Cottag-e Grove ave to Grand boul . . . 

on Oakley ave., from Washtenaw ave. to Division st 

on Oakley ave., from Thirty-first st. to Archer ave 

on Og-den ave., from Twelfth st. to California ave 

on Ohio St., from Crawford ave. to fiarding ave ... 

on Ohio St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fiftieth st 

on Ontario ave., from Ninety-second st. to Ninety-third St.. . 
on O^itario ave., from Ninety-third st. to South Chicago ave. 

on Ontario St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fiftieth st 

on Osg-ood St., from Centre St. to Maud ave 

on Otto St., from Ashland ave. to Racine ave 

on Pag-e St., from Kinzie St. to Ferdinand St., Repeal 

on Pag-e St., from Kinzie St. to Austin ave 

on Page St., from Ferdinand st. to Austin ave.. Oil 

on Park ave., cor. Forty-sixth st 

on Park ave., from Ashland ave. to California ave.. Let Con- 
tract 



on Paulina sr.. from Doug-las ave. to Thirty-eighth st -j 

on Pearson ave., from Thirty-sixth st. to Thirty ninth st 

on Pine Grove ave., from Grace st. to N. line P. Hall's Subn 

on Pine Grove ave., from Grace St. to P. Hall's Subn., Stay 

on Polk St., from Rockwell st. to Calfornia ave 

on Portland ave., from Thirty-flftn st. to Thirtj'-sixth st 

on Racin - ave., from Centre st. to Garfield ave 

on Randolph St., from Forty-sixth st. to Forty-seventh st 

on Ridgeway St., from North ave. to Frederick st -j 

on Roscoe st., from Lincoln ave. to Robey st 

on Sacramento ave., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth St.. 

on Sacramento ave., from Twelfth st. to Van Buren st 

on Sangamon St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-seventh St., Com. 

F. and W 

on School St., from Lincoln ave. to Robey st 

from Ashland ave. to Kacine ave 

cor. Woodside ave 



on School st 
on School st 

on School st 

on Seldon St., f rom Wood st. to Lincoln st 

on Seventeenth st., from Union st. to Halsted st 

on Seventeenth st., from Ashland ave. to Loomis st 

on Seventieth st., from Madison ave. to Avenue "C" 

on Sheridan road. Concerning 

on Sheridan st 

on Shakespeare ave 

on Sibley St., bet. Vernon Park pi. and McAllister jA 

on Sixteenth St., from Throop st. to Jackson st 

on Sixty-first st., from Stoney Island ave. to I. C. R. R 

on Sixty-third St., from Stoney Island ave. to Lexington ave. . . 

on Sixty-fourth St., from Harvard ave. to Yale ave 

on Sixty-fifth St., from Woodlawn ave. to Cottage Grove ave.. . 
on Sixty-seventh st., from I. C. R. R. to Cottage Grove ave 

on St. Lawrence ave., from Forty-fourth st. fo Forty-fifth st. . j 

on Station St., from Leavitt st. to Greenwood ave 

on Star St., from Jackson Park Terrace to Eixty-fourth st 



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r)74 


574 




71!» 


719 




H5f5 


856 




189 


189 




552 


552 




41 


41 




1298 


1298 




789 


789 




1'''98 


1298 




570 


570 




1115 




1115 


988 


988 




709 


769 




688 


688 




720 


720 




623 


623 




140;{ 


1403 




40S 


408 




1U;70 


1093 




135 




135 


574 


574 




721 


721 




570 


570 




1298 


1298 




721 


721 




10^5 


1035 




687 


687 




289 


289 




408 


408 




551 


551 




571 


571 




725 




725 


438 


438 




529 


529 




602 


602 




444 


444 




768 




768 


551 


5=il 




207 


207 




789 


789 




571 


571 




1 lU 


170 




1268 


1268 


602 


602 1403 


152 


loi 




528 


528 




1299 






602 


602 




687 


687 




721 


7^1 




1403 


11403 




599 




64 


64 




599 


599 




1401 


1401 




502 




502 


789 


789 




527 


527 




28« 


288 




388 


388 




719 


719 




720 


720 




1299 1299 




720 


720 




720 


720 




720 


720 




1298 1298 




908 908 




7201 


720 





INDEX 



LXXX^ll 



ORD EUS— Continued. 



Lamps on Stoney Island ave„ from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty -first st 

Lamps on Stoney Island ave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Jackson Park 

Terrace , 

Lamps on Stoney Isl^tpd ^ve., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st. . . 

Lahips On Stewart ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st 

Lamps on Street South Bickerdike sqr., bet. Armour and Biekerdike sts 

Lamps on Sullivan ct., from Sedg-wick st. to Cleveland ave 

Lamps on Sulzer st., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st 

Lamps on sundry sts., Lake View Dist., Twenty-sixth Ward j 

Lamps on sundry sts., Lave View Dist., Twenty-sixth Ward | 

Lamps on sundry sts,. Between Seventy-first and Seventy-third sts., 
Stoney Island ave. and I. C. R. K, 

Lamps on sundry sts., Between Seventy-first and Seventy-third sts., 
Stoney Island ave. and I. C. R. R., Stay 

Lamps on sundry sts. in Tenth Ward 

Lamps on sundry sts. in Fourtecnch Ward 

Lamps on sundry sts. in Twenty-seventh Ward, G. O. and E. L 

Lamps on sundry sts. in Twenty-eighth Ward 

Lamps on sundry sts. in Thircy-third Ward 

Lamps on Superior ave., from One Hundred and Thirty-third st. to One 
Hundred and Thirty-sixth st 

Lamps on Taylor St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave 

Lamps on Thirteenth St., from Lincoln st. to Robey st 

Lamps on Thirtieth St., from State St. to Wentworth ave 

Lamps on Thirty-second St., from Laurel st. to Chicago River 

Lamps on Thirty-third st., from Laurel st. to Halsted st -| 

Lamps on Thirty-third st., from Paulina st. to Wood st 

Lamps on Thirty-fourth St., from Lincoln St. to Wood st 

Lamps on Thirty fourth St., from Rhodes ave. to Cottage Grove ave. . 

Lamps on Thirty-fifth St., from Halsted st. to Laurel st 

Lamps on Thirty- fifth St., from Western ave. to Grant ave 

Lamps on Thirty-sixth St., from Western ave. to Archer ave 

Lamps on Thirty-sixth St., from Ellis ave. to Cottasre Grove ave, 

Lamps on Thirty-sixth St., from Halsted st. to Laurel st 

Lamps on Thirty-sixth st., from Oakley ave. to the Boulevard 

Lamps on Thirty-sixth St., from Lake st.io Stanton ave., To have names 

on 

Lamps on Thirty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Laurel st 

Lamps on Thirty-seventh St., from Archer ave. to Leavitt st 

Lamps on Thirty-seventh St., Cor. Calumet ave 

Lamps on Thirty-eighth sc., at L S. & M. S. R. R. tracks 

Lamps on Thirty-eighth St., at C, R. I. & P. R. R. tracks 

Lamps on Thirty-ninth St., fi'om Cottage Grove ave. to Langiey ave., 

Permit for 

Lamps on Thirty-ninth St., from Johnson ave. to Santa Fe R. R 

Lamps on Thomas St., from Rockwell st. to California ave 

Lamps on Thpmas St., from Wood st. to Robey st 

Lamps on Tinkham ave., from Chicago ave. to Division St., Oil 

Lamps on Troy St., from Twelfth st. to Filmore st -j 

Lamps on Trustee sr., from Kinzie st. to Austin ave 

Lamps on Twelfth st., from California ave. to Kedzie ave 

Lamps on Twelfth st., from Kedzie ave to the Boulevard 

Lamps on Twelfth st., from Ogden ave. to Ashland ave -j 

Lamps on Twelfth st., from Ogden ave. to Grand boul 

Lamps on Twentieth St., from Paulina st. to Warren ave 

Lamps on Twenty-first St., from Leavitt st., N. E. Corner 

Lamps on Twenty-fifth st., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st 

Lamps on Twenty-sixth st , from Rockwell St. to Sacramento ave. . 

Lamps on Vincennes ave., from Forty-tnir<i st. to Forty-seventh st 

Lamps on Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty first st 

Lamps on Van Buren st., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Lamps on Wabash ave., frf>m Fifty-first st. to Fifty-sixth st 

Lamps on Ward st.,vfrom Wrishtwood ave. to Diversey st 

Lamps on Wellington st., from Hoyne st to Clybourn ave 

Lamps on Western ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to I. and M. Canal 

Lamps on Windsor ave 

Lamps on William St., from North ave. to Frederick st -j 



Presented. 


Referred to Dept 
Public Works. 


719 


719 


720 


720 


1401 1401 


466 


466 


944 


944 


382 


382 


502 


502 


625 


625 


946 


946 


987 




1403 




622 


622 


1171 




944 




'235 


235 


1301 




1346 


1346 


1234 


1234 


555 


555 


528 


528 


498 


498 


286 


286 


627 


627 


497 


497 


1122 


1122 


1122 


1122 


529 


529 


1241 


1241 


479 


479 


553 


553 


88 


88 


470 


470 


497 


497 


1093 


1093 


1123 


1123 


497 


497 


731 


731 


550 


550 


1508 


1508 


1508 


1508 


856 




1236 1236 


442 


442 


499 


499 


551 


551 


288 


288 


636 


62rt 


1165 


1165 


186 


186 


288 


288 


135 




528 




528 


528 


135 


135 


233 
23 


23 


250 


250 


554 


554 


935 


985 


1267 


1267 


720 


720 


1403 


1403 


988 


988 


553 


553 


98P 


988 


170 


170 


1268 


1268 



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1171 

944 



856 



135 
528 



233 



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( )i: DKIIS Colli i mini. 



iiiinpHoii Wintlirop Hvc\, from A bcnU'eii Ht. to North Kifty-iiiiith hI.. 

-limps on Wintlirop nvi-., Ii-otii liiilinonil ave. to Xoi-Jh Kit ij-iiinth St.. 

/imps ill Woddliiwii rmk. t(» «• Iftlcrcd 

.limps on Wollrum St., trom Hiilslcd si. to HiiciiH" av<' 

jiimps oil W lii; 111 \voo«l iiVc, from Hiilslcd si. to Oicliard Ht 

.limps on \V l iv lit wood ii\c.. I roni KiiciiM; av<-. to Soiithport ave 

.limps. ( oiu'ciiiinn liy lit illy- in 'I'wfnty-Hcvcnt li Ward ... 

.anips, Li;ili(iiuf with other than >iiis, For I'cport ot oo.st foi', Cias, otc.. 

.amps, liiylitinj;- with other than fia.s, For report, status of anrl Ivst. of 

cost 

Lamps (oil), Ucmoval from Itavonswood to Culver Park and Suramer- 

dah> 

Lami>s, In New District to be liffhted same time as in Old City limits... 

,,:i\ i'ry, 'i'hos.. Permit to erect lami)s 

.al). rers, Kstiniate pay of adults at not less than ?1.5() per day 

.anda, .losephine. To pay for damame by water main 

.like Front, Keiiardinfi' Lease of, to First Regiment, St. and A., S. Div.. 

>ake Front, Hy what authority are the buildinjis thereon 

..ake Tunnel (new). Contractors to ])alnt fence around 

Lake View, L ndisposed of documents to be referred to proper commit- 
tees 

Lee, Dr. E. W., To receive pay for services to Officer Shannon, Finance 
Lehman, H. J., Permit for steam pipe from Nos. 187 to 195 Canal St.. St. 

and A.. W. Div 

Lehman, H. J.. Permit for steam pipe from Nos. 187 to 19.5 Canal st 

Levi, H. C, Permission to erect sig-ii cor. State and .Jackson sts 

Liquified Carbolic Acid Co., Permission to cover buildings with corru- 
gated iron 

Manion, John, Permit to erect lamp No. 7 Dearborn st 

Market, Encorce Ordinance regarding on W. Randolph st 

Market, Report number men collecting fees at W. Randolph st, Mar- 

ets. etc 

Mattoon Mfg. Co.. Permit for cast iron building, F. & W 

Mauran & Co.. Permit for storm door at No. 33 Michigan ave 

McAulitf, R., Refund impounding fees to 

McCoy, Permit for canopy 

McGuire, For permit to erect stable S. Lot li Blk. 11 Duncan's Add., 

F. & W 

McVicker, J. H., Permit to stretch banner 

Mechanics tools, Prohibit pur chase of by second hand dealers, Judici 

ary 

Miller, J. A. & Bro., Permit to maintain shafting, etc., No. 129 S. Clin- 
ton st 

Miller & Co., Permit to excavate alley adjn. Nos. 103 to 107 Michigan st. 

Montague, C. D.. Permit to erect shed 

Montague, Jas., Permit to tap water main for service pipe in Brookline 

Mossier, J. J. & Bro., Permit for lamp post at Xo. 121 E. Monroe st 

Morgue, Concerning building of. Health 

Morgue, Concerning purchase of site for by city 

Mulligan Court, Permit to string banner 

Municipal Code, Justices of the Peace in annexed territory to be fur- 
nished with. Finance 

Murphy, Dr. J., Compensation for treating Officer Conley, Finance 

Murphy J. M., Permit for storm door No. 1^1 S. Water st 

Names of streets on Lamps in Woodlawn, Nomenclature 

Nelson Morris & Co., Permit for cold air conduit across State st 

Night Soil, Concerning place for dumping 

Night iSoil, Concerning removal of from city. Health, etc 

Nuisance. Grain elevator on Wabash R. R. bet. Forty-fifth and Forty- 

• seventh sts., Health, etc 

Nuisance. In Twenty-seventh Ward to abate. Health, etc 

Number, Offices, etc.. City Hall and Bulletin boards for 

Obstructions, Remove from Albany and Kedzie aves 

Obstructions, Remove from alley W. of Luce st. and N. of Black- 
hawk st : 

Obstructions. Remove from alley bet. Western and Oakley aves., Lake 

and Walnut sts 

Obstructions, Remove from Ashland ave. bet. Tuttle and Balmoral aves 
Obstructions, Kemove from Ashland ave. bet. Seventy-ninth and 

Eighty-seventh sts 

Obstructions, Butterfl^eld St., Order to remove 

Obstructions. Elston ave.. Order to remove 

Obstructions, Earl and Ridgeland aves.. Order to remove 



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1403 
44 



44 

406 
.').-)4 
371 
1097 
70 
187 
498 



.503 
468 

134.5 
1.52.5 
910 

571 
497 
572 

604 
768 
757 
101 
471 

601 
1242 

498 



989 
1.505 
234 
.521 

628 
189 

a5i 

1096 

472 
170 
678 
521 
497 
86 
372 

554 
1300 
154 

527 

908 

134 
444 



521 

628 



•t H) 

100 
789 
624 



r89 



8.55 



44 

m 
5.54 

371 

70 

498 
577 

503 



1.525 
910 

571 
497 
572 



757 
101 
471 



1242 



989 
1505 
234 



3.51 
109§ 

531 

678 

49; 

86 



154 
527 

908 

134 
444 

770 
100 
789 
623 



IKDEX 



LXXXIX 



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Obstructions, Ei^hty-flfth st.. Order to remove, Stay. 1070 

Obstructions, Calumet ave., Order to remove, bet. Thirty-ninth and Fif- 
ty-first st 465 

Obstructions, Ferdinand st.. Order to remove 103 

Obstructions, Fifty -third St., Order to remove, bet. Woodlawn and Lex 

Ington aves 1445 

Obstructions, Fifty-fifth st., Order to remove, bet. Lake ave. and I. C. 

R. R 1402 

Obstructions, Forty-secoud St., Order to remove, bet. Cottage Grove 

ave. and Langley ave 688 

Obstructions, I'orty-fiftb St., Order to remove, bet. Grand boul. and Vin- 

cennes ave : 1116 

Obstructions, Kedzie ave., Order to remove, bet Central Park boul. and 

Augusta st 273 

Obstructions, Melrose and Roscoe sts.. Order to remove 467 

Obstructions, Stoney Island ave. Ditch, Order to remove bet. Eighty- 
seventh and Ninety-sixth sts 521 

Obstructions, Twenty-second St. flood gates, Order to remove 406 

Obstructions, Twenty-seventh St., Order to remove, Corner Stewart 

ave ... 634 

Obstructions, What authority for, in certain South Side Streets 529 

Official News, Papers in annexed territory, to be provided with f)06 

Oil Storage, Prohibit permit to L. S. & M. S. R. R., for j 

Oil Tank, Prohibit building for. Cor Artesian ave. and Pan Handle R. R. 65 

Orcutt, W. F., Permit to build shed 332 

Outer Harbor, Concerning construction portion of 71 

Outer Harbor, Concerning construction street in portion of 909 

Owner No. 115 Franklin St., Permit to repttir sidewalk , . 436 

Opening alley. Assessor's Subn. Block 1, Bushnell's Add 236 

Opening alley through Block 3, Brand's Addn., Stay, Rescind 388 

Opening alley through Block 3, Brand's Addn., Rescinding, stay, order. 406 
Opening allej^ from E. line Downs & Bielenberg's Subn., bet. Nicolett 

ave. and Fulton st.. Repeal 628 

Opening alley from E. line Downs & Bielenberg's Subn., bet. Nicolett 

ave. and Central Park ave.. Repealed 628 

Opening alley through Block 6, Mourey's Sub.. Stay coll. of warrant. . 1266 

Opening alley through Blocks 7, 8, 15 and 16, Dr. Snowden's Sub 1164 

Opening alley through Blocks 2 and 3, P. Shimp's Sub., S. 9, 38, 14 770 

Opening alley through Blocks 6 and 69, C. T. Sub., W. 1/2 Sec. 27, Repeal. 265 
Opening alley through E. 10 ft. of Lot 8, Blk. 25, Johnson, Roberts & 

Storrs'Add I444 

Opening alley through E. Vz W. Yz King's Garden Sub., Repeal 250 

Opening alley througn Blk. 16, Judd's Sub 1236 

Opening alley through S. W. 14 Sec. 23, 40, 13 553 

Opening alley through Blk. 62, W. % Sec. 27, 39, 14 286 

Opening: alley through Blk. 22, Wolcott's Add 236 

Opening alley through Blk. 59, Cornell 1099 

Opening alley in Subn. S. E. ^ Sec. 22, 38, 14, on Cottage Grove ave 1445 

Opening alley S. F. Smith's Sub., Repeal 944 

Opening alley Blks. 7 and 8, S.S. Add.,Det. Mather Desplaines, Polk and 

Halsted sts.. Repeal 10+ 

Opening alley bet. Adams, Monroe, Halsted and Green sts 1166 

Opening alley bet. Bowen ave., Forty-second St., Lake st. and Berkley 

ave 856 

Opening of alley N. from Blackhawk st.bet. Clybourn ave. and Halsted 

st 1035 

Opening alley bet. Cottage Grove ave., Ellis ave.. Thirty-sixth andThir 

ty-seventh sts 640 

Opening alley bet. Centre st., Seminary ave. and Clyde st 1302 

Opening alley bet. Desplaines Halsted, Sebor and Mather sts 188 

Opening alley bet. Dearborn, State and Schiller sts. to 145 ft. south 204 

Opening alley bet. Division, La Salle, Wells and Elm sts 552 

Opening alley bet. Franklin and Market sts., N. of Schiller, Repeal 687 

Opening alley bet. Halsted, Desplaines, Sebor and Mnther sts 270 

Openinjr alley bet. Huron, Superior, Robey sts. and Hoyne ave.. Repeal 86 

Opening alley bet. Jackson, Adams, Peoria and Sangamon sts 1166 

Opening alley bet. Jacks£)n, Adams, Halsted and Green sts 1238 

Opening alley bet. Jackson and Van Buren sts. and the two N.and S. al- 
leys bet. Campbell ave. and Cicero court 1341 

Opening alley, bet. Lake st., Nicollet, St. Louis and Central Park aves. 25 
Opening alley, bet. Larrabee st , Clybourn, FuUerton and Belden aves. 625 



455 



1445 
1402 



1070 
103 



236 



628 

628 

1164 
770 



1444 



286 
236 

1445 



104 
1166 

856 

1035 



1302 

204 

552 

68' 



1166 
1238 

1341 

25 



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1116 

273 
467 

521 
406 

634 
529 

136 
159 
65 
23-4 



43G 

388 
406 



1266 



265 



250 



640 



270 



625 



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OliDIOHS CoHtinued. 



Monroe stH. and Albany and Kod/ic 
Indiana avc, Twenty-second and 



( )pt'nin» alU'V. bc«t. MadlHun and 

avi'S , Itrsci nd 

()))cniii^ iiilcy, Ix-t. MIchlu'an honl 

I wciil v-1 liird SIS 

Olx iilMir iillt v. bet. I'urk avc . Falls st. jind (California ave., Rej)eal 

( )|>i nlnif allt'v. lici. Kobey Ht„ lloyne avo., Kinzie 8t. and Austin ave., 

Trocc' d 

opiMiiiiif alley, bet. Itobcy St., Hoyno ave., KlDzie st. and Austin ave., 

StllV 

( )p('Miiiy alley, l)ot. St. Louis and Central Park aves. and Nicollet and 

I'llltotl sts 

Opetiiiiy alley, i»et. Sol)or. Mather. Desplainos and Halstod sts 

Openinj.; alley, bet. Thirty-seventh sL., Oxt'<jid Ct., Stanton and Vin- 

eeiiiies aves 

Openinyr alley, bet. Thirty-sevemh St., Ejfan, Cottage Grove and Ellis 

aves.. Withdraw Asst. Roll tor 

Opening- all y. iu't. Thirty-seventh and Thirtj'-ninth sts. and Cottag-e 

(iroveeind Ellis aves., Repeal 

()l)eMin<f allev. bet. Thirty-fllth and Thirty-sixth sts. and CottajicGrove J 

and Ellis ave-; > 

Openinjr alley, bet. Vincennes ave. and Ellis Parli, For papers in per- 
taining' to 

Openinf-- alley, bet. Wallace, Winter and Forty-seventh sts. and I)exter 

ave 

Opening- alley, bet. Wo<;d and Lincoln sts. and 162 ft. N. of Taylor st. . .. 
Opening- and Extend alley, bet. Wrightwood ave., Diversey St., Florence 

ave. and Halsted st 

Opening- Aberdeen st. from Polk st. to Damon St., Proceed 

Openitiif Aberdeen st from Sheffleld ave. to the Lake 

Opening Albany ave. from Madison st. to Colorado ave.. Stay.. 

Opening Albany ave. from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-fifth st 

Opening Albany ave. from Madison st. to Colorado ave.. To Proceed. .. 
Opening Albany ave. from Ohio st. to Chicago ave., To Repeal ord. . . . 

Opening- Albany ave. from Ohio st. to Chicago ave 

Opening Albany ave. from Thirteenth st. to Douglas Park boul 

Opening Albanj- ave. from Ohio st. to California ave 

Opening Asylum pi.. Proceed with 

Opening Chestnut st. from Fiftieth st. to Fifty-first St., Condemn land 

for 

Opening Claremont ave. from Polk st. to Harrison St., Stay 

Opening Claremont ave. from Floui-noy st. to Harrison st , Proceed 

Opening Courtland st. from Irwin ave. to C, M. & St. P. Ry 

Opening- Deming Ct 

Opening Dexter av. from allev west of Winter si. to Halsted st 

Opening ditches on Colwell ave. from Jefferson st. to Carpenter road.. 
Opening ditches on E. side of Stewart ave. from Forty-niutti to Fifty- 

tirst sts 

Opening Division st. from Central Park ave. to Homan ave 

Opening Division st. from Central Park ave. to ifbman ave 

opening Eighteenth st. cross C, B. & Q. R. R. tracks, Request R. R. Co. 

to 

Opening Eighty-third st. cross right of way of C, R. I & P. Ry. . . j 

Opening Eightj'-fourth st. from Summit st. to Morgan st 

Opening Elk Grove st. cross C. & N. W. Ry 

Opening Emerald ave. f rom S. line of Eightieth st. to N. line of Os- 
bora's sub " 

Opening Evans ave. from Forty-ninth st. to Fiftieth st 

Opening Evergreen ave. Avest of California ave 

Opening FhIIs st. from Warren ave. to Madison st 

Opening Fiftieth sr. from Grand boul. to Vincennes ave 

Opening Fifty-fifth st. from L C. R. R. to Cornell ave. .... 

Opening Fifty-fifth st. from Lake ave. to Cornell ave 

Opening Fifty-ninth st. cross Grand Trunk track, Proceed 

Opening Fisk St., Stay ' 

Opening Flournoy St. from C tlifornia ave. to Washtenaw ave 

Opening Fourteenth st. E. and W. from river. Proceed with condemna - 
tion 

Opening Forty-fifth st. from Grand boul. to Vincennes ave 

Opening Forty-seventh st. cross C. & N. W. Ry. tracks 

Opening Forty-eighth st. from Indiana ave. to Grand boul 



a 

o 



o a 



1440 
442 443 



469 




1119 




.5 
468 


468 


272 


272 


112;} 


112:3 


1241 
576 
184 


1241 
576 
184 



791 



1170 1170 
1407 1407 



272 
525 
408 
488 
469 
574 
600 
9(X) 
1055 
144:j 

1169 
1120 
1.506 
1.346 

769 
1347 

854 

1236 
686 
1055 

1076 

720 
688 
1403 
724 



623 
1298 
.500 
726 
1071 
1402 
1298 
1036 
758 
186 



.525 



•525 
438 
574 



Opening Forty-ninth st. from Grand boul. to Vincennes ave \ 



1305 
W16 

103 
688 
1071 
985 



134' 
854 

1236 
686 



688 
1403 
724 

623 
1298 
500 
726 
1071 
1402 
1298 



186 



1071 

985 



1055 



1036 



1305 
1116 
103 

68. ■> 



INDEX 



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ORDERS— Ccw'/'n^ed. 



Opening: Forty-ninth st. fi^om Grand bouJ. to Vincennes ave., Repeal... 
Opening- Forty-ninth st. from Grand boul. to Vincennes ave., To refer 

repeal to Com. S. & A., S. D ; 

Opening Forrestville ave. from Forty-ninth st. to Fifty-first St., Repeal 

Opening Fnlton st. from Homan ave. to St. Louis ave 

Opening- Fulton st. frotn Homan ave. to Central Park ave., Repeal 

Opening- Fulton st. from Downs & Bielenberger's Sub. to Central Park 

ave 

O'pening- Garden ave. from California ave. to Morrison ave 

Opening- Garden ave. cross right of way of C. & N. W. Ky 

Opening George st. from Shetlield ave. to Seminary ave 

Opening Grace st. from' Western ave to River 

Opening Hampden ct. from Wrightwood ave. to Deming ct 

Opening Harvard st. from Sixty- ninth st. to Seventy-lirst st 

Opening Homan ave. from Lake st. to Chicago ave 

Opening Hopkins st. from Fortieth st. to Root st 

Opening- Hoyne ave. from North ave to Wabansia ave 



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Opening Hoyne ave. from Milwaukee ave. to Wabansia ave -| 

Opening Hoyne ave. from North ave. to Wabansia ave 

Opening- lone pi. fi'om Grand boul. to Vincennes ave 

Opening Kemper pi. through N. 18 ft. of Lot 2, in E. Blk 6, C. T. Sub. 

83,40.14 : 

Opening Kedzieave, from Thirteenth st. to Douglas Park boul 

Opening Kinzie st. from Sacramento ave. to Crawford ave.. Repeal. . .. 

Opening l oomis st. from Filty-flrst st. to Fifty-fifth St., Repeal." 

Opening Loomis St. from Seventy-ninth st. to Eighty-seventh st 

Opening- Loomis st. from Seventy-ninth st. to Eighty-third st 

Openihg Melrose st. fi-om Lincoln ave. to Ashland ave 

Opening Melrose st. cross rjght of way of C. & N. W. R. R 

Opening Milwaukee ave. from California ave. to city limits 

Opening Milton ave. from Grace st. to Wilton ave 

Opening Mospratt st. and Wahl St., Stay 

Opening One Hundredth st. from Avenue Mto Commercial ave 

Opening One Hundredth st. from Avenue L to Commercial ave 

Opening Palasaide ave. cross Grand Trunk R. R. in Chicago Lawn 

Opening Pcirk ave. from Falls st. to Pan Handle tracks. Proceed 

Opening Paxton ave. from Seventy-third st. to Seventy-fourth st 

Opening Perry st. from Berteau ave. to Cosgrove ave 

Opening Perry st. from Diversy st. to Wrightwood ave 

Opening Richardson ave. from Sixty-fourth st. to Sixty fifth st 

Opening Kobinstn st. from North ave. to Fullerton ave 

Opening- Rockwell St. cross C. B. & Q. R. R 

Opening- Robey st. from Fourteenth st. to Seventeenth st 

Opening Sangamon St. from Haines st. to Chicago River 



Opening School st. from Forty-fifth st. to Goschen st 

Openin? Seventy-third st. from Jefl'ery ave. to Stoney Island ave 

Opening Seventy-fourth st. from Wright st. to Wallace st 

Opening SheflBeld ave. from Sulzer st. to Ardmore ave 

Opening Sherman st. from Fifty-nint* st. to Cleveland st 

Opening Sixtieth st. from State st to Wentworth ave 

Opening Sixty-first st. across Grand Trunk track, Proceed 

Opening Sixty-fifth st. aci oss Grand Trunk track, Proceed 

Opening Sixty-ninth st. across the P., St. L. & C. Ry 

Opening Smart st ' 

Opening South Chicago ave. from One Hundred and Fourteenth st. to 
One Hundred and Thirtieth st 

Opening Springfield ave. from Kinzie st. to Madison St., and extend 

Opening State st. from Ninety-fifth st. to One Hundred and Eleventh st 

Opening of street running N. and S. of Clarkson ave. to McGovern st. . 

Opening of street in N. line Sees. 2 and 3, T. 40, 13, Twenty-seventh 
Ward 

Opening Tallman ave. from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave 

Opening Taylor st. from Washtenaw ave. to Sacramento ave 

Opening Taylor st. from Washtenaw ave. to Sacramento ave., Repeal. 

Opening Thomas st. from Johnston st. to Milwaukee ave 

Opening Thirty-second st. from Emerald ave. to Halsted st.. Stay 

Opening Thirty-second st. from Emerald ave. to Halsted st.. Repeal. . . . 

Opening Thirty-fourth st. from Butterfield st. to La Salle st 

Opening Thirty-eighth st. from Wabash ave. to Indiana ave 

Opening Thirty-eighth st. from Wabash ave. to Indiana ave.. Rescind- 
ing order for 



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325 
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499 
602 
770 
1087 
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1237 
289 
410 
599 
789 
1289 
1098 
574 
622 
8.53 
946 
770 
769 
990 
730 
357 
855 
524 
622 
522 
1072 
688 
624 
1036 
1036 
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410 

789 
1289 
If' 98 

622 
853 
916 
770 
769 



855 
524 
622 
522 
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. from ()jr'l«'ii iivi'. to Twelfth st 

MCI OSS I'il t ,\ -II 1 1 li St. to [{iiiilcviirfl 

through Klli. .Jiicksoii it .VJiik-co'h SuI). 



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Oix'iiluwr Tolliimti av< 

()|>cliillK' 'ri iicry h\ •'. 
Opt'iiiii;; 'I'liiccy iivv. 

Sec. !•. :JS. I I 

OpcniiiK'' 'rnii'cy iivc. throujflt Hlk. U, MiirKHfot Johnson's Sub. Sec. Itt, 

M. t<» stniiuhl<'ri 

()|M'iiin»r 'I'raccy )ivr., and extend 

Opciiiiiy 'rrcniont St.. stay 

OpcniiiK Ti ipi) avc, from Wabansia ave. to North ave 

Opening 'r\v»'iit icf !i st. fi-oin Throop st. to (Jentn; a\'e 

OpciiiiiLr 'I'wciity-lli si St. from Western avenue to Kockweli St., Con- 

cfniiiiH: 

Opcuiii;^'- 'rwciity-toiirth st. from Kedzie ave. to The lioule 

Opciiiiij'- Twenty Hf th st. from Keil/if; ave. to Homan ave 

Ol)t'iiiiiu- \'aii |{iireM st. west of Colorado ave 

Opcniiifr Wall st.. On remonstranee ayainst 

Opening- Washburn ave. from Lincoln st. to Robey st ^ 

Opening Webster ave. from Elston ave. to River 

Openiny Webster ave. across C. & N. W. Ry 

Opeiiinjr Williams ave. irom Homan ave. to Central Park ave 

Openin;^- W illiain st. from Homan ave. to Central Park ave 

Opening' Winter st. from Fifty-ninth st. to Si.xtj'-first st 

Oi)eniiig- Wolfram st. from Perry st. to Ashland ave 

Opening: Wood st. from Archer ave. to Canal. Proceed 

Oj)ening Wriiiht st. from Seventy-second st. to Seventy-fourth st 

Opening: Vares ave. from Seventy-tifth st. to Seventy-ninth st 

Pages. Two additional for council meetins^s 

Partridg-e, C. W. and Chas. Netcher, Permit for overhead bridge 118 to 
124 State st 

Pati ol box, Ambrose st. cor. Hoyne ave 

Patrol box, eor. Ashland ave. and Addison st 

Patrol box. cor. Clark St. and Ridge ave., also cor. Belmont and Ash- 
land aves 

Patrol and fire alarm box. cor. Clinton and Monroe sts 

Patrol and fire alarm boxes, cor. Halsted and Diversey sts. and cor. Hal- 
sled St. and Noble ave 

Patrol box, cor. Homan ave. and Harrison st 

Patrol box, Johnson ave. cor. Forty-sevt-nth st 

Patrol Dox, Kedzie ave. or. Kiuzie st 

Patrol box at Premier s Park 

Patrol box, Racine ave. cor. Wrightwood ave 

Patrol box, Koscoe st. cor. Robej' st 

Patrol box. Corners sundry sts.. Twenty-seventh Ward 

Patrol box. Thirtj-seventh st. cor. Wood st 

People's Gas Co., Notify to lav its mains on Leavltt st, N. of Milwau- 
kee ave 

People's Gas Co., Reqviire to replace pavement on Fulton St., Western 
ave. to Rockwell st 

People's Outflting Co. , Permit to erect Ice water tank 

Pfister, Jno.. Permit to erect coal office * j 

Picnics. Prohibit holding inside City limits after 1st October next 

Pipe Yra-d, To purchase for, alona: right of Avay C, R. I. & P. and P., F. 

W. R. R : 

Pipe Yard. To purchase ground for in Notre Dame Addn 

Police Officers, Additional detail at Stix Precinct, south of One Hun- 

dreth st 

Police Station cor. Halsted and Forty-seventh sts., to proceed with 

construction of 

Pol ce. Station cor. Morgan and Maxwell sts., let contract to complete.. 

Police, To station at curves and crossings of cable lines 

Pounds. Limits to extend in W. Div 

Priscott, Joel, Permit to maintain Transparency 

Prior. Thos. W.. Permit for lamp at Chicago Opera House 

Printing, To let contract for year 1890 to Chicago Mail 

Pullman Land Assn., Permit to plank sidewalk on One Hundred and 

Eleventh st 

Pumping Works at Bridgeport, To increase facilities 

Quarantine Gro\inds, To sell part of to p. D. Armour 

Railroads, B. & O. to erect gates on Commercial ave. at Eighty-fourth 

st 

Railroads, C. & A. required to raise tracks at Deering st. to grade 



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135 
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946 

1.507 
hZi 
622 
, 445 

1340 
1304 
1117 



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550 



523 

770 
525 

m 

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135 



470 

7^4 

686 

770 



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1505 

1168 
9i4i 

1300 
725 

1116 
602 
988 

1301 
731 

60 

103 
132 
10.50 
85 
104 

1442 
1509 



570 

523 
397 
105 
234 
371 
678 
1243 

1234 
1483 
242 

771 

529 



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Si 

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378 



1 



1265 



393 



1055 



1507 



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622 



445 

1340 
1304 
1117 

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1505 

1168 

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1116 
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9;8 



66 

103 
132 



1050 



523 
397 



371 
678 
1243 

12.34 
1483 
242 



529 



INDEX 



XCIII 



ORDERS— a(77ifi7iwe(i. 



and 



Kailroads, C. & A., Crossing- Quarry St., Kaise track . .. 

Railroads, C, B. & Q., to put in street crossing- at Turner ave 

Kailroads, C. E. & L. S. Co. required to plank sundry crossings — 

Railroads, Protection gates cross C. & E. R. R. at School st 

Railroads, C. E. & L. S., crossing- at alley bet. Noble ave 

• Fleteher st 

Railroads, C, M. & St. P., Notify to place gates at crossings at Tink- 

ham. North and Grand aves 

Railroads, C, M. & St. P., Gates crossings Milwaukee ave. at Grayland 

Railroads, C, M. & St. P , Safety gates sundry crossings . 

Railroads. C, M. & St. P.. Notify to grade and plank crossing- of Chest- 
nut St. at Montclare 

Railroads, C. & N. VV., To remove fence and plank crossing on Robey 

St., south of Fulierton ave 

Railroads, C. & N. W., Requiring- to erect gates at various crossings 
Railroads, C. & N. W., Requiring to plank crossing- at Centre ave. .. 
Railroads, C. & N. W., Requiring- to erect gates and station flagmen at 

Aimitage ave 

Railroads, For night -svatchman at crossing's in Twenty-sixth Ward 

Railroads, Protection Gates C. & N. W. R. R. at Sloan, Ingraham and 

Wade sts 

Railroads, Protection Gates C. & N. W. R. R. at Kedzie ave 

Railroads, For Flagman at sundry crossings in Twenty-sixth wai'd , 

Railroads, For Nignt Watchman at N. W. R. R. crossing at Noble st — 
Railroads, C. & N. W, R. R., Notify to place watchman at Crawford ave. 

crossins- 

Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R. and P. C. & St. L. R. R.. Notify to plank 

crossing- on Fulton, Rockwell, Lake and Washington sts 

Railroads, C. & N. W, R. R., for Watchman at crossing- of Wabansia ave 

R., for Crossing over track at Hunting ave 

R., to place protection gates cross Kedzie ave. 

R., to place safety gate cross Armitage ave 

R., to place safetj^ gate cross Wabansia ave 

R., require to place sidewalk on crossing of 



R. 
. R. 
. R. 

, R. 
R. 



Railroads, C. &N. W. 
Railroads, C. & N. W. 
Railroads, C. & N. W 
Railroads, C. & N. W, 
Railroads, C. & N. W, 
' Diversey St.. 

Railroads, C. & N. W. R R., Notify to plank sundry crossings in Twen 

ty-sixth ward 

Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., Protection aates crossing Belmont ave. .... 
Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R. and P. C. & St. L. R. R., required to plank 

crossing- Fulton and Rockwell sts 
Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., Protection gates at Lawrence and Leland 

aves 

Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., Required to plank crossing at Lawrence 

and Leland aves 

Railroads, u. & N. W. R. R., to plank Kedzie ave. crossing 

Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., Protection gates at crossing Armitage av^e. 
Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., Night watchman at crossing- Wabans a ave 
Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., Notify to put in crossing at Crawford and 

Selwyn aves 

Railroads, C & N. W. R. R., What right switch track cross alley west of 
Luce st 

Railroads, C. & N. W. R. R., To place protection gate at Fullert^.n ave 

Kailroads, C. &N. W. R. R., Gates Milwaukee ave., Huntington and 
Short sts. and Laurenze ave 

Railroads. C, R. T. & P. and L. S. .fcM. S , Protection g-ates on Eight- 
eenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth sts. crossings 

Railroads, C, R. I. & P.. For Flagman and Gates at Sixty-sixth, Sixty- 
seventh, Sixty-eighth and Sixty-ninth sts 

Railroads, C, K. I. & P. required to remove tracks from Harbor ave. at 
South Chicago 

Railroads, C, R. I. & P. and C. & W. Ind., require to place culverts un- 
der tracks at Eighty-first st 

Railroads, C. St. L. & P., For removal of sidewalk near Fulton st. to 
Western ave 

Railroads, C, St. L. & P.. Ry what authority tracks are on Kinzie St.. 
bet. Leavitt st. and Western ave 

Railroads, C, St. L. & P., Require to plank crossing at Lake and Ful- 
ton sts 

Railroads, C. & W. Ind., Night Watchman at cros-ing Sixty-third st. . . . 

Railroads, C. & W. Ind., For flagman and safety gate at crossing Fifty- 
first st 

Railroads, C. & W. I. & Wab., Gates at cross. Root, Forty-third and For- 
ty-seventh sts 



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600 



600 
626 
687 
725 
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767 



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769 

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854 

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987 



988 
1075 
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527 

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769 
854 

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987 

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i)n\)K\iS—Cyntiiiued. 



KnilroiKls, (;. \- W. I., NiK-lil wiitchiiiim iit Uoot. Ht. crosslnjf 

I{uilr()ii<ls, (Jnmd 'I'niiik, To conrcr with for culvert at ()!ikl(!y iivc. 
KiiilroiiiU, I . C.'l'o kiioNV wluit ri^l't il occu pios Scvenl y-11 j-Ht St., Htony 

IsliiiKl live, to it. II. avc 

Itailroads. L, S it M. S aiidO , It. I. & P.. For protection g-ates atcrosH- 

iiinsTwciity-thii-fl Mm! Twciity-tl It h sts 

liailroads, I, S. it M. S., Permit loroil w.irehoiise cor. Seventeenth and 

liii Salle sts 

RaIlroa<ls, J'an I lamlle. To take uptrack from Kinzie St., bet. Leavittst. 

ami Western avo 

Railroads, I'eiimi., It^cniirin^- to i)laiik crossing? at Stewa-t ave 

|{ailr()a<ls, P. \- Ft. W'.. Itetiuest to stop trains at Tii rty-flrHt st 

Railroads, Santa Ke. For rei)Oi"t by what authority it uses Twenty-sixth 

St. near Rockwell st * 

Railroads, Santa Fe, By what authority have tracks acrcss Twelfth and 

Taylor sts., het. State st. and Third ave 

K iilroads, Wis. Central, For report whether it ol)serves ordinances 

Raili-oads, Safety f^ates at Ada st. ci'ossin"? 

Railroads, For jrates at crossinjj- at Twenty-fifth and Twent}\slxth sts., 

bet Western ave and Rockwell 

Railroails, Protection f?ates permit for track in West Water, Madison 

and Washinjiton sts 

Railroads, For safety erate-; at R. R. crossiny^s in Hyde Park dlst 

Railroads, Protection g-at^'S at various crossin^rs 

Railroads, Protection g-ates ar cor. Union and Kinzie sts 

Railroads, Retiuired to place uniformed police at all crossings 

Railroads, Whistling- of eng-ines, enforce Sec. 1 835 of code 

Railroads. Protection gates and flagmen, crossing of So. Park ave and 

Si.xty-seventh st — 

Railroads, Protection gates at sundry crossings in Twenty-seventh 

Ward : 

Railroads, Flagman at crossing Stewart ave and Twenty-fourth st 

Railroads, Flagman at crossing Stewart ave. and Twjenty-third st 

Railroads, Flagmen at sundry R. R. crossings 

Railroads, For night watchman at various R. R. crossings. 

Railroads. AVatchmen at R. It. crossinyr in Crossing st 

Railroads, Watchmen at all times at all crossings 

Railroads, Night watchman cross Twenty-fifth PI 

Railroads, Track on Rebecca St., For removal of 

Railroads, To plank crossing and safety gates at Ninety-fifth st 

Railroads, Companies to plank roadway cross Park ave. crossing 

Railroads, To noti'y Geo. B. Galloway not to blockade alley W. of Luce 

St. with freight cars 

Railroads, Switch track, what right on Hawthorn ave. Blk. 38 Elston's 

add 

Railroads, By what authority track on St. Louis ave. N. of Twenty- 
eighth st 

Railroads, Switch track, by what right on Stewart ave. and Thirty- 
third st 

Railroads, 111. Steel Co., To test right to occupy Eigbty-fif th st. with 

track 

Railroads. Viaduct Halsted st. and Archer ave R. R. Company, confer 

with concerning 

Railroads, Trains length of. enforce code Sec. 1845. con 

Railroads, I'. S. & T Co., by what authority it uses track from I. C. R 

R. ro Lake shore 

Railroads, For Protection Gates at crossing U. S. & T. Co. on Cottage 

Grove ave 

Railroads, B='lt Line, Notify to fence track from Harbor ave 

Railroads. Belt Line. Flagman at Grand ave. crossing 

Railroads, Cable Car Co.'s, i-equiring to have Avatchmen at danger 

points 

Railroads. Cable Car Co.'s. requiring to have Police Officers at danger- 
ous points of tracks 

Railroads, Chicago City Ry. Co., requiring to relay tracks on Halsted 

St.. Forty-seventh to Sixty-third sts 

Railroads, Chicago Citv Ry. Co.. discontinue opposition to tracks on 

Wentworth nve., S xtj' third sr. to Vincennes ave 

Railroads. Chicago Pass Ry.' Co.. for track on Thii"tv ninth st , Went- 

Avorth ave. to Halsted St.. extend time for aving 

Railroads, Chicago Pass. Ry Co.. to notify to run alternate cars on ( 

Centre ave " i 

Railroads. West Chicago Street Ry. Co. Requiring to sprinkle sundry sts 





















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1072 
1054 

• 




1<72 
1054 


123.') 




12JW 


212 




212 


10.31 




1031 


1.54 
20f5 
840 




154 
2061 
849j 


232 




2:32 

1 


1.53 




599 
6fi 
15:1 

1 


186 




186 


248 
i64 
499 




248 
464 
499 


.527 




.527 


577 
855 




.577 


856 




856 


1117 
64 
135 
504 
500 

uou 

908 
1163 

3.50 
1036 

725 




1117 
6* 
135 

500 
686 
908 

1163 
350 

1036 
725 


724 




724 


852 


852 










1076 




1076 


Q31 




1131 


627 
85 




627 
734 


465 


1 
i 


506 
570 
1036 


506 
1 570 
1036 


105 


! 
1 


.532 




532 


445 






.504 




504 


732 
1019 
601 

40 




732 

40i 



1049 



V 



INDEX 



PAGE- 



ORDERS— Contint<e(2. 



Railroads, West Chicag-o Street Ry. Co , Requiriug to remove track 
from Lake St., Hamlin to Crawford aves 

Railroads, West Chicago street Ry. Co., Requiring- to lay tracks on Chi- 
cago ave., North a ve. to Armitage ave 

Railroads, West Chicag-o Street Ry. Co., To request to run cars on Chi 
cago and California aves 

Railroads, "L" Road, To ascertain what system to be on Lake st j 

Railroads, "L" Road, To report if time has not expired for completing-. 

Railroads, "L" Road, To permit to proceed with f-ubstructure 

Railroads, "L" Roads, To permit to construct in accordance with ordi- 
nance 

Railroads, N. C. St. Ry. Co., Require to erect railing- on Coping at La 
Salle St. Tunnel 

Railroads, Street cars tracks, amend code 1.511, Con 

Railroads, Street cars, enforce code Sec. 1520, con. stopping at cross- 
ings 

Railroads, Street car Co.'s Required to give transfer checks 

Railroads, Street cars, Transfer tickets. To report back ordinance for 

Rebate, For sidewalk on Thirty-first St., Stewart ave. and Wallace st 

Rebate, To pay rebate vouchers on special assessment 

Rebate, Of special assessment for imp. Clybourn ave.. To recover 
from C. T. Terk* s of deposits 

Rebate, On excess vouchers on special assessment for issuing- 

Roadway, Adams st. from Kedzie ave. to Central Park ave 

Roadway, Ainslie st 

RoadAvay, Albany ave. , from Lake St. to Kinzie st 

Roadway, Argyle st 

Roadway, Ashland ave., from Grace st. to 3raceland ave 

Roadway, Bonney ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth st 

Roadway, Burling- st , from Centre st. to Webster ave 

Roadwav, Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to The Boul 

Roadway, Charlton st 

Roadway, Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood ave. to U.S. Y.&Trans.Co 

Roadway, Crystal St., from Lincoln st. to Leavitt st 

Roadway, Crj-^stal St. from Leavitt st. to E. terminus 

Roadway, Davis St., frc.m Division st. to Wabansia ave 

RoadAvay, Deming- Ct., from Clark st. to Lake View ave 

Roadway, Early st 

Roadway, Ellis ave., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-fifth- st 

Roadwaj , Ellis ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third st 

Roadway, Fairfletd ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard st 

Roadway, Flournoy St., from RockAvell st. to Kedzie ave 

Roadway, Florence ave., from Wrightwood ave. to Divei-sey st 

Roadway, F. etcher st 

Roadway, Florimond st 

Roadway, Fortieth St., from Langley ave. to Vincennes ave 

Roadway, Forty-second St., from Cottage Giove ave. to State st 

Roadway, Forty-third st,, from State st. to f. C. R. R : 

Roadway, Forty-sixih st., from State st. to Drexel boul 

RoadAvay, Forty-fifth st., from Oakwood ave. to I. C. R. R 

Roadway, Fifty-fourth pi., from Lake ave. to Madison ave 

Roadway, Francis st 

Roadway, Francisco St., from Lake st. to Kinzie st 

Roadway, Fulton sr., from Kedzie ave. to Central Park ave. 

Roadway, Goodwin st 

Roadway, Gordan Terrace 

Roadway, Grove Ct., from Larrabee st. to Orchard st j 

Roadway, Greenwood ave.. from Sixtietu st to Sixty-third st 

Roadway, Irving PI., from Fulton st to Kinzie st 

Roadway, Lake ave.. from Fifty-first st to Fift\ -fifth st 

Roadway, Langley ave., from Forty-second st to Forty-fifth st — 

Roadway, Langley ave., from Forty-second st. to Forty-third st 

Roadway, Lucien ave., from Eelmont ave to N. Fifty-ninth St., To 

estab 

Roadway, Macedonia St., from Division st. to N. ter 

Roadway. N. Fifty-ninth st,. 

Road way, Oakley ave., from Division st. to Wabansia ave 

Roadway, Pine Grov^e ave., from Cornelia St. to Grace st 

Roadway, Roscoe st . 

Roadway, Shober st., from Division st. to North ave 

Roadway, Sibley st. from Harrison st. to McAllister PI 



Presented. i 


Referred to Depti 
Public Works. 


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153 




153 


443 




443 


1303 




1303 


1086 






909 




909 


945 




945 


1086 




1086 


1097 




1097 


2097 




1097 


66 




66 


]34 




134 


444 




444 


1033 






lo5 
371 




371 


732 




732 


1073 




1073 


1120 




1120 


721 


721 




990 


99i. 




721 


721 




946 


946 




944 


944 




444 


444 




790 


790 




721 


721 




1348 




1348 


686 






J 034 


1034 




1303 


1303 




946 


946 




721 


721 




1348 


134^ 




1349 




1349 


1442 


1442 




24 


■24 




468 


468 




721 






1237 


1237 




1445 


1445 




688 


688 




1348 




1348 


1445 


1445 




1348 


1348 




1170 




1170 


721 


721 




1034 


1034 




249 


249 




1505 


1505 




946 


946 




989 


989 




6S7 


687 




1349 


1349 




103 


103 




985 


985 




1348 


1348 




1445 


1445 




1169 


1169 




248 


248 




7^1 


721 




1303 


1303 




1168 


1168 




721 


721 




767 


767 




1035 


1035 





XUVI 



INDKX 



-PAOE— 



OiiDKliS— Continued. 



|{(»nilway 
K<»iiihvM.v 
Kdiulwiiy 
KdiiilwMy 
Kondway 

l{i>llilwH,\ 
K"ll(l\VH V 



Sl.vtv-H('<'()n<l Ht 

So. I'liik iivi'., from Kilty-lli-Mt st. to Sixtieth Ht 

SpaiililiiiK avc, I'roiu ORdrn av<! to C, H. & Q 

Swilt Kt 

KairHcld avo.. from Twflfth st to Opr'len ave 

'I'wciity sccoiul St., Iroiii Western ave. to Honiaii ave... 
Twciit.N -sixth St., Ii'oin Westeni ave. to Lawndai*; ave. . . 
Thirty-tourth Hi., Iroiii So. Park ave. to Khodes ave 

cstal) 

|{(>ad\vay, 'I'liirty-lourt li st., fiom Rhodes ave, to Cottage Groveave 

{{oadway, 'l'hii t.\ -ciy tit h st., I'loiii ( "ottHffe Grove avo. to Viiieennes ave, 
Koadway, 'I'Mii ly-eijihth St., t rom Wentworth ave. to Wabash ave 



To 



to Filty-flrst St., 



Hoadway, Troy St.. trom Tweltth st. to DoiikIhs boul 

lloadway, Victoi" st 

Hoadway. Vinceiiiies ave., from Forty-seventh st. 

Amend 

|{(Midway, Waliash ave.. from Forty seventh st. to Sixty-third st 

l{oad\vay, Washtenaw ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Hoadway, Wharton ave., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-Fifth st 

Hoanwaj', W'inthrop ave 

Hadetzky, M., Permit for awning- -j 

Hiithbiirn, D. S.. Permit to erect lamp 

Rei<\ Murdoch & Co., Permit to put in sidewalk hoist 

Roseland Mffr. Co., Permittotap hydrant One Hundred and Eleventh 

and State sts 

Kyan, Wm., Permit for lamp post 26 W. Madison st 
Sampson Steam Forge Co., Permit for building Corrugated Iron Koof, 

cor. Artesian ave. and Kinzie St., S. & A., ^V. D 

Salaries, Citj- employes to be paid in full 

Saloons, Regulation of in annexed territory 

Scavengers, In Kegard pay of Contractors doing day work 

Scavengers, In Resard Letting Contracts bv Wards, Health Dept. 
Schaefer & Roche,""Perrait for Lamp at Nos'. 228 and 230 S. Clark st 

Scherman, Mr., Permit for Show case No. 136 Monroe st 

Schlesser, Nic, Permit for Protection gate at River Bridge 

Schoenbrod, A., Regarding Compensation for personal injury 



sts, Purchase. 



School Site, Regarding at N. E. cor. Jay st. and Belden ave.. Purchase. 
School Site, Regarding at Spaulding ave. near Twenty-third St., Defd. J 

& Pub., Purchase I 

School Site. Regarding at Western ave. N. of Grenshaw st., Defd. & ( 

Pub.. Purchase 1 

School Site, Regarding Purchase of Additional Lot for Longfellow J 

School, Purchase ( 

School Site, Regarding Purchase of Additional Lot for Oakley School J 

Defd. & Pub I 

Defd. & Pub 



School Site, Regarding at N. E. cor 
tomac ave. and Davis st 



Po- 



Purchase 

Correct error in description 



School Site, Regarding at Spaulding ave 
School Site, Regarding at Yorktown and Thirty-fourth-sts., Defd. & 

Pub.. Purchase 

Schmidt, G. F., Permit for Canopy at No. 57 State st 

Schuyler St., Petition to Change name to Tilden Place, Nomenclature. . 

Scott, J. A., Petition to Pile Lumber, S. & A., W. D -j 

Sears, P. C, Petition to cover Barn with Corrugated iron 

Seavesy. J. A.. Petition to Erect Sign No. 63012 W. Lake st 

Second Hand D^ alers. Prohibited from purchasing mechanics' tools, 
Judlcuirv 



clature 

Session Laws of Legislature, order to purchase 

Sewerage System S. of Sixty- seventh st. and E. of I. C. and L. S. & ]V 

S. R. Rds 

Sewer Permits, Regarding uniform price for 

Shelter Sheds. Petition to erect in Walker's Dock Addn., F. & W 

Shayne, J. T.. Petition to erect Sign No. 193 State st 

Siegel & Cooper, Petition to erect Baj' Window cor. State and Adams 

sts., S. & A., S. D 





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152 


152 




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57« 


576 




1241 


1241 




1S4 


184 




438 


438 




vzm 


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721 


721 




985 




985 


low 






103411034 




1340,1349 










2M 


2b.3 




89 






ill 




212 


149 




149 


5.t5 


555 




527 




f27 


574 






1000 




lono 


183 




183 


1165 




1165 


1345 






1077 




1077 


1163 




1163 


627 


627 




254 




254 


633 




633 


102 






157 




157 


217 






272 




272 


217 






272 




272 


1102 




1102 


1304 




1304 


102 






1.57 




157 


102 






157 




157 


304 




304 


272 




272 


1242 






1.309 




1309 


849 




849 


1443 






206 






267 




267 


1441 




1441 


235 




235 


498 






1443 






183 




183 


623 




623 


790 




790 


65 






943 




943 


171 






183 




183 



\ 



INDEX 



XCVII 



— PAO E- 



OUDEUS—ConHnued. 



and 



Siegel & Cooper, Pttitioa to erect Bay Window cor. State and Adams 
sts.. File 

Sippel, W. W., Petition for Barber pole, Nos. 6 & 8 Sherman st 

Sign Boards, Order to remove from Bridges. 

Smith, Mr., Petition to lay pine for Electric Lt. wire 

Smith, J. P., Petition to lay Switch track vicinity of Sixteenth st 

Indiana ave 

Smoke Inspector, To enforce Smoke Ordinance 

Smoke Inspector, Committee to report regarding 

Smoke Brick Kilns, Petition to declare nuisance, Health, &c 

Spaulding & Co., Petition for storm door. No. 166 State st 

Special Assessment No. 1009, Town of Lake, Stay 

Special Assessment, Proceed with Confirmation of 

Spiess & BischofE, Petition for Ii-on Building cor. North ave. and Mc 
Henry St., Pub. Bldgs, etc 

Street Sprinkling, Enforce Ordinance tor 

Street Sweepers, l^y what right they work in early evening hours 

Street, In Butterfteld's Addn. pet. to be named " Fair Place" 

Streets and Alleys, Employ force to keep clean in Hyde Park Dist., S. & 
A., S. Div 

State Board of Agriculture, Permit to string banners 

Stevens. F. L., Petition to open S. Water st. to put in water pipe. . 

Stillson & Chappel], Permit to erect canopy 

Stoll & Gross, Permit to erect canopy 

Storm Dooi-s, Permit to erect at 224 and 328 S. Clark st 

Storm Doors, Permit to erect at 224 and 328 S. Clark st., Rescindiug, S. 
& A., S. Div 

Storm Doors, Permit to erect at 324 and 228 S. Clark st.. Remove, File. 

Storm Doors, Permit to erect at 324 and 338 S. Clark st. until May 1, 1889 

Szymezek, John, Petition to erect temporary building No. 706 Noble st. 
Pub. Bldgs, etc 

Szymezek, John, Petition to erect temporary building No. 706 Noble st 

Szymezek, John, Petition to erect temporary building No. 706 Noble st. 
Vetoed 

Sewers, Alley between Aberdeen, Centre. Jackson and Monroe sts 

Sewers, Alley between Halsted St., Emerald ave.. Sixty-ninth and Sev- 
entieth sts.. Let contract 

Sewers, Alley between Halsted, Morgan, Fifty-fifth and Fifty-sixth sts 

Sewers, Alley East of Grand bouL, from Forty-fourth st. 330 tt North 
thereof 

Sewers, Alley East of Grand boul., from Forty-fourth st. 330 ft. South 
thereof 

Sewers, Alley between Michigan and Wabash aves., Eighteenth and 
Twentieth sts 

Sewers, Alley between Woodlawn and Kimbark aves , and Fifty-first 
and Fifty-second sts 

Sewers, Alley between Grand boul. and Calumet ave., Thirty-ninth and 
Forty-first sts 

Sewers, Addison st., from Racine ave. 470 ft. East 

Sewers, Albany ave., from Ohio st to Kinzie st 

Sewers, Albany ave., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth st 

Sewers, Albany av^., fi'om Harrison st. to Van Bui-en st 

Sewers, Armitage ave., from Simons ave.. to C, M. & St. P. R. R 

Sewei-s, Armitage ave.. For estimate for extension of. Finance 

Sewer?, Ashland ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st 

Sewers, Avers ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie st 

Sewers, Belmont ave., from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave 

Sewers, Bonney ave., from Twenty-seventh st. to Twenty-eighth st 

Sewers, Boulevard pi., from Vincennes ave. to Alley 150 ft. East 

Sewers, Buffalo ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st 

Sewers, Calumet ave., from Thirty-seventh st. to 307 ft. North 

Sewers, Calumet ave., frorr. Forty-third st. to Forty-fifth St., Let con- 
tract 

Sewers, Calumet ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Moody's Sub 

Sewers, Calumet ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty first st 

Sewers, California ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave.. Finance 

Sewers, Carroll ave., from Kedzie ave. to Central Park ave 

Sewers, Centre St., from Wellington st. North 

Sewers, Centre St., from Wellinerton st . North, Stay 

Sewei-s, Charlton St., from Thirtv-third st. to Thirty-fifth st 

Sewers, Clarence ave., from Grace st. to Nellie ave 

Sewers, Clark St., from Fullerton ave. to Diversev st 



03 

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o 

03 



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O 



365 
530 
598 
1443 

1508 
43 
636 
1072 
1169 
757 
1071 
1075 
500 
533 
66 
530 
156 

855 
549 
21 
21 
1305 
265 

328 
348 
757 

600 
790 

795 
336 

624 
907 

465 

465 

251 

1170 

1145 
1168 
724 
1267 
1341 
907 
1034 
1170 
945 
854 
135 
1071 
1170 
41 

465 
1305 
1445 
466 
850 
854 
1169 
470 
769 
1117 



CO 
03 



156 



1305 



530 
598 
1443 

1508 
42 
6-^6 

1169 
757 
1071 
1075 

533 
66 

53.) 



03 
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265 



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c 

o 
o 



.1^ 



0) 

P3 



907 

465 

465 

251 

1170 

1445 
1168 

1267 
1841 
907 

1170 
945 
854 
135 
1071 
1170 
41 



549 
21 
21 

265 



348 
7.57 



790 

795 
236 

624 



465 
1305 



1445 

850 
864 

470 
769 
11171 



1169 



XCVIII 



INDEX 



-PAOB— 



OUDKHS -Continued. 



1 



Sowers, ComnjiTclal ave.. from ElKhty-sevenih 8t. to Ninety-second st 
Sewers, Commereial uvi*., from ElKhty-sev«Mith st. to Nlnef y-sef<»nd st 
Sewers, (\>minerrl»ii ave.. from South (.'hicaifo ave. to Ninety-sixth 8t..| 
Sewers, Com niereial ave.. from South Chicag^o ave. to One Hundred 

anil Sixth st | 

Sewen», Convress st.. from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Sewers. Con»rress -it , from SatTHmeiito ave. to Albany ave 

Sewers. Congress St., froni Moore st. to Blue Island ave i 

Sewei-s, Dickey St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first St., Let Con-| 

tract I 

Sewers. I)ou>rlas ave.. from Archer ave. to California ave.. Finance | 

Sewers, Kda St.. from St -tf st. to Indiana ave i 

Sewers. Flivhteenlh St., from California ave. to Uockwell st 

Sewers. Eivrhty-ninth St., from The Strand to Manistee ave.. Let Con-' 

tract 

Sewers, Ellis ave. from Sixtieth st. to Si.xty-first St.. Let Contract ; 

Sewers, Emerald ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Fortieth st | 

Sewers, Emerald ave., from Sixty-ninth to Seventy-first St., Let Con-| 

tract I 

Sewers, Exchangre ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-seco"d 8t...| 

Sewers, Forrestville ave . from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st ; 

Sewers. Fulton st . from Homan ave. to Central Park ave 

<ewers. Fulton St., from Homan ave. East : 

Sewers. Fullerton ave.. For Estimate to E.xtend. Finance , 

Sewers, Fourteenth St.. from Kobey st. to Leavitt st 

Sewers. Fortieth St.. from Kinzie St. to Chicago River i 

Sewers. Forty-third St.. from Dre.xel boul. to Ellis ave j 

Sewers, Forty-fourth St., from Ellis ave. to 1.5U feet of Drexel boul 

Sewers. Forty-fourth st , from Cottage Gro\ e ave. to Grand boul 

Sewers, Forty-fourth St., from Kinzie St. to Chicagn River 

Sewers. Forty-fourth St., from Vincennes ave. to Alley E. of Grand 

boul 

Sewers. Forty-fourth St.. from St. Lawrence ave. to 125 feet E. Tin- 

ceuties ave.. Let Contract 

Sewers, Forty-sixth St.. from State St. to Cottas-e Grove ave 

Sewers, Forty-seve th sr.. from Halstedst. to Morgan st , 

Sewers. Forty-eighth St., from Prairie ave. to AlLy W. Grand boul. and 

in Alley 

Sewers, Fifty-'Srst St., from Lake ave. to Cotrase Grove ave 

Sewers, Fifty-first St., from Centre ave. to Ashland ave 

Sewers. Fifty-first St., from Halsted st. to Wallace st 

Sewers, Fifty-first St.. from Halsted st. to Wallace St., Stay , 

Sewers, Fifty-third St.. from Halsted St. to Morgan st ". 

Sewers, Fifty-fourth St.. from Halsted st. to Morgan st 

Sewers, Fifty-fourth ct., from Halsted st. to Morgan St.. Let Contract.. 

Sewers. Fifty-fifth St.. from Lake ave. to Cottage Grove ave 

Sewers. Fifty-seventh St., from Woodlawn ave. to Cottage Grove ave.. 

Let Contract 

Sewers, Fifty-seventh St.. from Woodlawn ave. to Cottage Grove ave.. 

Sewers, Fifty-uinth St.. from Dickey sive. to Stewart ave 

Sewers, George sr.. from Seminary ave. to Sheffi Id ave.. Stay 

Sewers, Goodwin St.. from Ainslie ave. to Lawrence ave . - 

Sewers. Grant pl., from Sixty- inth st. to Seventieth St.. Let Contract.. 

Sewer;, Grand ave., from Western ave. to California ave 

Sewers, Grand ave.. from Ridge ave. to Lake Michisrjin 

Sewers, Greenwood ave.. from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-sixth st • 

Sewers. Greenwood ave.. from Sixtieth st.to Sixty-first St., Let Contract 

Sewers, Hamlin ave , from Lake ave. to Kinzie st 

Sewers. Hamliu ave., from Lake ave. to Chic go ave. 

Sewers. Harding ave.. from Lake ave. to 320 ft. North 

Sewers. Harvard St., from California ave. to Sacramento ave | 

Sewers. Hastings =t.. from Hovne st. to Leavitt st 

Sewers. Haven St.. from Shields ave. to Stewart ave 

Sewers, Herndon st 

Sewers. Houston ave. from Ninety-second st. to Ninety-third st 

Sewers. Honore St.. from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first St.. Let Con- 

, tract " 

Sewers. Honore St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Sixty-seventh St.. Let Goii' 

tract " 

Sewers, Irving Park boul.. from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave . . ..^ 
Sewers, Jackson ave.. from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth St.. Let Contract 
Sewers. Jaek=on ave. from Fifty-fiLth sr. to Fifty-seventh St., Let Con- 
tract " - 



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t ,t = 

a. 

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522i . 

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378 378 
1076 1076 



522 



35*7 



1298 
1»3 



624 



i2m' 

1U37 

5U3| 50b 
624 

465| 465 
.57l>i 570 1 
8.50 8o0i 
1-39 12391 
11.^^ I 
8^1 881 
987.9671 
505 505j 
.S22 522 
602 602 
916 9161 



465 4651 688 



1.504 11504 

1298 1298. 
855, &55j 

1170 117o! 

5.54 .5.54, 
1170 1170 

8.55 8.J.5 

1299 1-299 
11701170, 
12991299 



6<J2 

134S 1348 



1233 
1372 
12:36 
11«9 
.5.53 
624 
908 
1035 
719 
10H7 
850 
1075 
551 
469 

731 

854 
506, 

624 



60S 



1233 
1372 
1236 

553 

908 
1035 
719 

850 
li'75 
.=.51 
469 

731 
85+ 
506 



1169 
624 



I 624 

! 8.54 8.=>4 

506 506 

123^ 



634 
624 



1234 



INDEX 



ORT>ERS— Continued. 



Sewers, Kedzie ave., from Ohio st. to Central Park boul , 

Sewers, Kedzie ave., from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-sixth st 

Sewers, Krall St., from Monroe st. to South terminus 

Sewers, Lake ave , from Forty-first st. to Forty -second st 

Sewers, Lake ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-seventh st 

Sewers, Langley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st., Let Con 
tract 

Sewers, Langley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fifth St., Let Con- 
tract 

Sewers, Lang-ley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fifth St., Let Con- 
tract 

Sewers, Larrabee St., from Frederick st. to Doming ct 

Sewers, Lawndale ave., from Ohio st. to Chicago ave .. -j 

Sewers, Lay ton st. , from Stewart ave. to Wallace st. 

Sewers, Lill ave., from Southport ave. to Perry st. . . ... 

Sewers, Lincoln st., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-seventh st -| 

Sewers, Lincoln ave.. from Southport ave. to Belmont ave 

Sewers, Lincoln ave., from Southport ave, to BeHnont ave., Ke-con., 

Finance 

Sewers, Madison ave., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-fourth st 

Sewers, Mead St., from Central Park boul. to Huron st 

Sewers, Monroe St., from Homan ave. to Central Park ave 

Sewers, Nintieth St.. from The Strand to Manistee ave., Let Contract.. 

Sewers, Moreland and Central Park, make Surveys for 

Sewers, Noble ave., from Lincoln ave. to Racine ave 

Sewers, Noble ave., from Southport ave. to Kacine ave., Stay 

Sewers. N. Normal Parkway, from Stewart ave. to Wright st 

Sewers, Ogden ave., from Homan ave. to Spaulding ave 

Sewers, Ogden ave., from Homan ave. to Trumbull ave 

Sewers, Ohio St., from Kedzie ave. to Central Park ave 

Sewers, Ohio St., from St. Louis ave. to Crawford ave. . -j 

Sewers, Olga St., from Grace st. to Nellie ave 

Sewers, Ontario ave., from Eighty-ninth st. to S. Chicago ave 

Sewers, Otto st 

Sewei"s, Paulina St., frota Fifteenth St., to Sixteenth st 

Sewers, Paulina st., from Eighteenth st. to Twenty-second st 

Sewers, Peoria St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-fifth st 

Sewers, Peoria St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-third st 

Sewers, Peoria St., from seventy-first st. to Seventy-fifth st 

Sewers, Perry St., from Fullerton ave. to Wrightwood ave.. 

Sewers, Prairie ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fifth st.. Let Con- 
tract 

Sewers, Richmond St., from Chicago ave. to Division st 

Sewers, Robertson ave 

Sewers, Rockwell St., from Ogden ave. to C. & St L. R. R 

Sewers, Rockwell St., from Ogden ave. to N. terminus 

Sewers, Sacramento ave., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty- sixth st. ... 

Sewei's, Sawyer ave., from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-fourth st 

Sewers, School st 

Sewers, May be paid for in whole or in part by Spcl. Assesst., Finance. 

Sewers, Seventeenth St., from ('alifornia ave. to Rockwell st 

Sewers, Seventy-second st., from Halsted st. to Morgan st 

Sewers, Sherman St., from Sixty-seventh st. to Seventy-first St., Let 
Contract ! 

Sewers, Shields ave., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third st 

Sewers, Sixteenth st., from Kedzie ave. to Spaulding ave 

Sewers, Sixteenth St., from California ave. to Rockwell st 

Sewers, Sixty-fourth st., from Halsted st. to Sherman st.. Let Contract 

Sewers, Sixty-fifth St., from Halsted st. to Sherman st. ] ^It ConSct] 

Sewers, Sixty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Two Blocks W. of Centre 
ave 

Sewers, Sixty-ninth St., from Halsted st. to California ave 

Sewers, South Chicago ave., from Commercial ave. to Ninety-second st 

Sewers, South Chicago ave., from Calumet River o Eighty-second st. .. 

Sewers, South Park ave., frnm Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st 

Sewers. South Park ave.. from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixtieth St., Let Con- 
tract 

Sewers, Springer ave.. from Mosprat ave. to Laurel st 

Sewers, Star ave _ . . . 



o 
a 

(0 
m 



686 
126- 
1076 

554 
1347 

90'; 

1036 

1235 
1301 
790 
990 
524 
988 
465 
854 
988 

999 
465 
686 

1407 

1298 
770 
988 

1169 
720 
135 

1164 
686 
790 
990 

1302 
8.56 
854 
303 
303 
688 

1299 

1444 
988, 

1299 
408 
1234 
135 
152 
126' 
1164 
854 
410 
1076 
1402 



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686 
1^67 
1076 

554 
1347 



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o 

05 

o 



90^ 
1036 
1235 



1301 

790 
990 
524 
988 
465 
854 



^65 
686 
1407 



988 



988 

720 
135 
1164 
686 
790 
930 
1302 
856 
854 



1299 
1444 
988 



1298 
770 

1169 



303 
303 
688 



1299 

408 
1234 



135 
152 
1267 
1164 
854 

1076 
1402 



624 
101 

135 
1076 
624 
624 
855 

1299 
140; 
522 
596 
906 

1297 
135 
1234 



101 

135 
1076 



1299 
1402 



906 



624 



624 
624 
855 



522 
596 



185 



1297 
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c 



IXDKX 



FA»1K-- 



nnUEliS—Conliniied. 



Sewri ^i, St i jini- 't., from HHlst«d 8t. to Maliio st 

Si wcis, Stuwiirl live,, from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-tlrst St., Let Con 

tract 

Sewers. SIriiijf Ht., I'roni Tweiity-llrst 8t. to Twenty-socoiid st 

Sewers, Sullivan ct., from 'I'liiriy-flrst st. to fiymuii Ht 

Sewers, Sundry streets, KiU; , 

Sewer»<, Sundry streets, Tliirty-l'ourth Wnrd 

Sowers, Tracy »ive., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-seventh st 

Sewers. Troy sr., from Ohio st. to Kinzio st 

Sewers, Turner a\ e., from Oyden ave. to Nineteenth st \ 



itiu Finaii(!e 



Districts 

Sewerp, Twenty-sixth Ward, Stay 

Sewers, Twentieth St., from California ave. to Douglas bould. 
Sewers, Twenty- first St., from Jefferson st. to Union st 



Sewers, Twenty-fifth St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave. 



Re- 



File 



Sewers, Twenty-sixth st.. from Western ave. to Lawndale ave 

Sewers, Twenty-seventh st*, from Lime St. to Quarrj' st 

Sewers, Thirty-ninth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Grand bould 
pair 

Sewers, Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st. . 

Sewers, Walleck pi., from Seventeeth st. to Eij^hteenth st 

Sewers, Washington St., from Halsted st. to Chicag-o River 

Sewers, Washtenaw ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st. 

Sewers, Washtenaw ave., from Og-den a\^e. to Twenty-second st 

Sewers, ArVebster ave., from Hoyne st. to Leavitt st 

Sewers, Wesrern ave., from Chicago ave. to Iowa st 

Sewers, W^inter St.. from Sixty-third St. to Sixty-fifth St.. Let Contract. 

Sewers. Winter St., from Sixty-fifth st. to 100 ft. N. of Sixty-seventh st. 
Let Conti-act 

Sewers, Winter st., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first St., Let Con- 
tract 

Sewers, Winter St., Let Contract 

Sewers, W^inthrop ave., from Ainslie ave. to Lawrence ave 

Sewers, Woodside ave., from Graceland ave. to Grace st ^ 

Sewers. Wright st., from Sixtj^-ninth st. to Seventy-first St., Let Con- 
tract 

Sewers, Wright St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Sixty-seventh St., Let Con- 
tract 

Sidewalks on Ada St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Adams St., from Clmton st. toThi^oop St., Stay 

Sidewalks on Adams St.. from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Addison st., from Clark st. to the Lake, Stay 

Sidewalks on Addison St., from Herndon st. to Racine ave 

Sidewalks on Aldine st 

Sidewalks on Aldine St., (concrete) Repeal 

Sidewalks on Archer ave. to Blanchard ave 

Sidewalks on Archer ave., from Hart St. to Thirty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Archer ave., from Hart ave. to Blanchard ave 

Sidewalks on Archer ave., (N.S.)from Hart ave. to Blanchard ave., Stay 

Sidewalks on Archer ave., from Rlanchard ave. to California ave 

Sidewalks on Argyle St., from Clark st. to Evanston ave 

Sidewalks on Arraitage ave., from Irving ave. to C, M. & St. P. R. R. . 

Sidewalks on Armitage ave., in front of Snell property 

Sidewalks on Armitage ave., from Keeney ave. to Crawford ave 

Sidewalks on Armitage ave., from Howard ave. to Belt Line Ky 

Sidewalks on Arthur St., from Sixteenth st. to Eighteenth st 

Sidewalks on Ashfield St., from Coulter s^. to Twenty-sixth st 

Sidewalks on Ashland ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Thirty ninth st 

Sidewalks on Ashland ave., fi'om Sixty-third st. to Sixty-seventh st 

Sidewalks on Ashjand ave., from North ave. to N. Fifty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Ashland ave., from Twenty-second St. to Chicago River. 

SidCAvalks on Ashton St.. from Banks st. to Schiller st 

Sidewalks on Atlantic st., from Eberhart ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Austin ave.. from L ncoln st. to W^estern ave 

Sidewalks on Avenue L. from One Hundred and Seventh st. to One Hun 
dred and Ninth st 



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161 




624 




624 


64 


64 




101 


101 




m 






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569 


HJiin 


1 A/10 






725 




575 


575 






60(J 




46 1 

r 






531 




531 


687 




687 


1.52 


152 




64 


64 




135 
1267 


135 
1267 




15(J6 


1506 




1267 


1267 




791 


791 




002 




602 


465 


465 




2:33 


2;J3 




445 


445 




71 






1076 


1076 




527 


527 




372 




372 


624 




6^4 


624 




624 


624 




624 


770 




770 


553 


5.53 




107-2 


1072 




illl7 


1117 




624- 




624. 


624 




624 


721 


721 




26 




26 


348 


348 




907 




907 


1403 


1403 




791 


791 




1261, 


1261 




.524! 


524 






553 




1072 1 


1072 


1072! 




1072 


11161 


1116 


9881 


988 




525 


.525 




854 


854 




1098 1098 




1169 1169 




23 


23 




1408 14' 8 




470. 


470 




504' 


504 




789, 


789 




1240 1240 




156 


156 




504 


.504 




205 


205 




1234 


1234 





INDEX 



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ORBBBS— Continued . 



Sidewalks on Avon pi., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave 

Sidewalks on Avon pi., from Kobey st. to Hoyn • ave , Repeal 

Sidewalks on Baxter St., from Belmont ave. to School sc 

Sidewalks on Baltimore ave., from Commercial ave. to Eighty-third st. 

Sidewalks on Belmont ave., from Wallace st. to Morrison ave 

Sidewalks on Belmont ave., from Elston ave. to Western ave 

Sidewalks on Berkley ave., from Forty-second st„ to 300 ft. N 

Sidewalks on Best ave., fyom Wrightwood ave. to Marianna st 

Sidewalks on Blucher st 

Sidewalks on Bonney ave., from Colorado ave. to Harrison st 

Sidewalks on Bowen ave., from Cottage Grove ave. to Grand boul 

Sidewalks on Bowen ave.. Stay 

Sidewalks on Bridge crossing the canal at Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Bridge crossing the canal at Kedzie ave 

Sidewalks on Burne ave., from Sherman st, to Diversey st 

Sidewalks on Butterfield st., from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-fifth si 

Sidewalks on (. St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st 

Sidewalks on California ave., from Diversey st. to Garden ave 



to grade 

Sidewalks on California ave., to Garden ave 

Sidewalks on Calumet ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st 

Sidf-walks on Carpenter ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first st 

SidewHlks on Carpenter ave., from Eighty-first to Eighty-sixth st 

Sidewalks on Central Park ave., from Fifty-seventh to Fifty-ninth St.. 
Sidewalks on Central Park ave., from Fitty-nin' h st. to Sixty-seventh s 

Sidvwalks on Central Park ave., from Division st. to Iv orth ave 

Sidewalks on Central Park ave., from Colorado ave. to Twelfth st 

Sidewalks on Champlain ave., from Forty-fifth st. to Forty-sixth st. . - 



Repeal 

Sidewalks on Chamglain ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-sixth st 



Sidewalks on Champlain ave.. Repeal to refer petition and order to. . 

Sidewalks on Chicago ave., from Pine st. to East Ter 

Sidewalks on Cottage Grove ave., from Bowen ave. to Fortieth st 

cross R. R. tracks 

Sidewallts on Cottage Grove ave., from University pi. to Thirty-ninths 
Sidewalks on Clark st., from River st. to Chicago ave.. Let Contract. . . 

Sidewalks on Clark st., from Chicago ave. to Chestnut st 

Sidewalks on Clark St., from N. Fifty-ninth st. to North st 

Sidewalks on Clark St., from Lawrence ave, to N. Fifty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Colorado ave., from Central Park ave. to Fortieth st 

Sidewalks on Commercial ave., from Eighty-fifth st. to alley S. o 

Ninety-first St., Repeal 

Sidewalks on Congress st., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave.. Stay 

Sidewalks on Congress st., from Fortieth st. to Forty-second st 

Sidewalks on Cottage Grove ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to University pi 

Placed to Grade 

Sidewalks on Cottaa-e Grove ave., from Twenty- ninth st. to Thirtj 

Third st 

Sidewalks on Cottage Grove ave., from U. S. Y & T. Co.'s tracks to 15 

feet north of Forty-first st 

Sidewalks on Cottage Grove ave., 
Sidewalks on Cottage Grove ave., 

st 

Sidewalks on Coventry St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave 

Sidewalks on Crawford ave., from Diversy st. to Milwaukee ave 

Sidewalks on Crawford ave., from Mason'st. to two blocks south 

Sidewalks on Crawford ave., from Armitaffe ave. to C , M. & St. P. R.R 
Sidewalks on Crawford ave., from Irving Park boul. to Clvbourn Bridge 
Sidewalks on Crawford ave., from Mason st. to C, M. & St. P. R. R 
Sidewalks on Cross St., from Lyman st. to Thirty -first st.. Repeal. 
Sidewalks on Davlin St., from Lake st. to Kinzie st 



from Fiftieth st. to Fifty-ninth st 
from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty-seventh 



Sidewalks on Dickey St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave -j 

Sidewalks on Diversy St., from ;Hoff man ave. to Morrison ave 

Sidewalks on Diversy st , from Thomas ave. to Hoffman ave 

Sidewalks on Diversy st., from HofEman ave. to Kedzie ave. . . 

Sidewalks on Division st., from west of Hoyne ave. to be raised to grade 

Sidewalks on Dixon s ., from North ave. to Bloomingdale Road 

Sidewalks on Dobson ave., from Seventy-second st. to Seventy-third st 

















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O 3 




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726 


726 


1034 


1034 


1237 


1237 


1401 


1401 


1444 


1444 


1034 


1034 


1402 


1402 


HIT 




552 


652 


1033 


1033 


465 


465 


1163 




287 




790 




1346 


1346 


350 


350 


985 


985 


603 


603 






686 


686 


1298 


1298 


5?3 


523 


602 


602 


503 


503 


504 


504 


686 


686 


1034 1034 


623 


623 


570 


570 


906 


906 


1298 1298 


986 




986' 


687 


637 


856 


856 


791 




323 




467 


467 


789 


789 


1237 


1237 


1034 


1034 


1402 


1402 


759 




1072 


1073 


497 




550 


550 


570 


570 


603 


603 


1037 


1037 


527 


527 


854 


854 


91 '7 


907 


1098 


1098 


1117 


1117 


1301 


1301 


438 




1119 


1119 


1268 


1268 


169 


169 


603 


603 


500 


500 


686 


686 


289 




572 


572 


1115 


1115 



ClI 



INDKX 



()H\)FAiS-(J»nlini«d. 



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SidfWii 
Sl.lcw.t 

Sidcwa 

SidfWii 

Sitlcwii 

Sidt'wn 

Sidcwii 

Sidcwn 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidcwa 

Sidew 

Sidewa 

Sidcwa 

Sidewa 

Sidewa 

Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 

Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 

Sidewa 

Sidewa 

Sidewa 

Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidew^a 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 
Sidewa 



kH on 

Us on 
ks on 
ks on 
St. .. , 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
Us on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 



Douiflurt Ht., from Allen ave. to Scl vyn avc 

Dnikc avc., Iroin Ci-ntral I'ark boul. to Chicago iivo 

Dic.vcl av.'. to W.iodlawn av(.' 

l)rcxcl ave., Iroin Scvunty-sovotUh st. to SevcMity-ciffbtli 



l''a«:lc St 

Ivi;ilcst.. from ITni'iii st. to Desplulncs St., Stay 

l-;hci hardt av((., t I'oin Kifty-ninth st. to Sixty-sixth st 

ICllcn St., from I rvin^;- I'ai k hoiil. to Milwaukee avc 

Kllisave.. from Thii ty-lil th st. to 'I'liirty-nintli st 

KIlis avc. from No. lower to {rrafh; 

Eiston avc. from Nortii av(!. to Armiia>?e avo 

KIstoii avc, from (California avc. to Western ave 

Klizal)eth ct., from Wallace st. to C, li. I. & l\ it. II 

J<:;ii/al)cth ct., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-tiiiith st 

I'imerald ave., from Thirty-third st. to Exit" siv(; 

Em(?rald ave., from Twenty sixth st. to Thirly-third st... 

Emerald ave., from Forty-first st. to F >rty second st 

Emerald avc, from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st 

Erie St., from Forty-sixtli lo Fifty-second st 

Erie St., from Eiyhty-seventh st. to Chicajro ave 

Jiscanaba a\^e., from Eighty-ninth st. to Ninety- first st . . 
Evans ave. at curb, fioin Forty-th rd st. to Forty-fourth st 

Evanston ave. and Centre .St., at crossing of 

Evanstoii ave., from Diversy st. to Sulzer st , Place to 



grade 

ks on Ewing St.. from Otie Hundred and First st. to One Hun- 
dred and Fifth st 

ks on Eightieth st. and Eighty-first st '. 

ks on Eighty-third St., frotn Halsled st. to vrincennes ave 

ks on Eighty-third St., from Halsted St. to Morgan st 

ks on Eighty-third st,, from B. & O. R. R. to FiMmch ave 

ks on Eighty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st 

ks on Eighty-ninth St., from Superior ave. to Buffalo ave 

ks on First ave. . 

ks on Fifth ave.. Stay 

ks on Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden avc. Place to 

curb 

ks on Fayette pi., from Harrison st. to Vernon ^ark pi 

ks on Ferdinand St., fr'^^m No >'.e st. to Armour st 

ks on Ferdinand St., from Noble st. to Armour St., Stay 

ks on Fillmore St.. from Francis st. to Kedzie ave 

ks on Forrestville ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st. 

ks on Forrest ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Thirty-eighth st. . . -j 

ks on Forrest ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Thirty-eighth st,. Re- 
peal 

ks on Francisco St., from Lake st. to Colorado ave., to place to 

curb 

ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 
ks on 



Franklin St.. Stay .." , 

FuUerton avc. Bridge passage-wa.v 

Fullerton ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Kedzie ave 

Fortieth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Drexel boul 

Fortieth St., from Drexel boul. to first alley ea.'^t 

Fox'tieth St., from allev west of State St. to Dearborn St.. 

Forty-first St., east to tl. S. Y. & T. Co.'s tracks 

Forty-first St., from Van Buren st. to Congress st 

Forty-second St., from Halsted st. to Wallace st 

Forty-second st., from Monroe St. to Jackson st 

Forty-second st., from Cottage Grove ave. to Langley ave 
Forty-third st., from Lake st. to Park avc. Place to curb. 

Forty-third st.. from Indiana ave. to Grand boul 

Forty-fourth St., from Ellis ave. to Drexel boul 

Forty-fourth St., from State st. to Vincennes ave 

Forty-fifth St., from Ellis ave. to Drexel boul 

Forty-fifth St., from State st. to Wabash ave 

Forty-fifth St., from Drexel boul. to alley 250 feet east — 

Fortj'-seventh St., from Paulina st. to Wood st 

Forty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave 

Forty-seventh St., from Kinzie st. to Chicago ave 

Forty-seventh sr.. from Ashland ave. to Wood st 

Forty-eighth st., from State st. to Indiana ave 

Forty-eighth St., from Madison ave. to Kenwood ave 



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30 


1()S;(| 


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1207 




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504 


.504 


7Hi* 


760 


170 










572 


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1268 


504 


.^04 


7^1 


72] 


.57.') 


575 




f~,7tt 


087 


•7 J 1 






77(1 




OH.o 




780 


789 


4f).i 




571 


.571 


1117 




10 "1 


1071 


.506 


506 




688 




1347 




1401 




1347 


78- 


789 


850 


850 


347 






498 


10:-Jt 


10-i5 


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570 


57(1 


Vl<o\ 


1261 


Ul 


627 


1261 


1261 


600 


600 


347 








^52 


852 


602 


602 


1038 1036 


1300 1300 


570 


570 


1072 


1072 


987 


987 


1169 


1169 


1402 


1402 


466 




1099 


1099 


505 


505 


129'^ 


1298 


623 


623 


623 


6:- 3 


1504 1.504 


466 


466 


523 


5.'3 


770 


770 


987 


987 


622 


622 


5-85 


985 



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CO 

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552 



170 
<}27 



1117 



347 



1267 



347 



6S7 



INDEX 



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OIWERS— Continued. 



Sidewalks on Forty-ninth St., from Kenwood ave. to Woodlawn ave. 
Sidewalks on Foity-ninth st., from Kinzie st. to Chicag-o ave 

Sidewalks on Forty-ninth St., from Lake ave. to Woodlawn ave 



J 



Sidewalks on Fiftieth st., from School st. to alley west 

Sidewalks on Fifty-first St., from Loorais St. to Centre ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-third St., from School St. to C. & R I. tt. R 

Sidewa ks on Fifty-third St., from Centre ave. to Loomis st 

Sidewalks on Fift^-fourth St., from Laflin st. to Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-fourth St., from Centre ave. to Loomis sr 

Sidewalks on Fifty-fourth st., from State st. to Wabash ave 

SideAvalks on Fifty-sixth St., from Cottae-e Grove ave. to Drexel ave. . . 

Sidewalks on Fifty-sixth St., from Loomis st. to Centre ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-sixth st., from Drexel ave. to Woodlawn ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-seventh St., from Winter st. to Wallace st 

Sidewalks on b'ifty-seventh St., from Loomis st. to Centre ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-seventh St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Woodlawn 

ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-seventh st., from Wallace sr. to Sherman St.. 

Sidewalks on Fifty-eighth st., from Halsted st. to Wallace st 

Side^valks on Fifty-eig-hth St., from Loomis St. to Centre ave . 

Sidewalks on Fifty-eighth St., from State st. to Indiana ave.. Stay 

Sidewalks on Fifty-eighth St., from Woodlawn ave. to Madison ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-ninth St., from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave. 

Sidewalks on Fifty-ninth St., from State st. to South Park ave 

Sidewalks on Fifty-ninth St., from Loomis St. to Centre ave 

Sidewalks on Fiftj'-ninth St., from .Lincoln st. to Robey st 

Sidewalks on Genesee ave., from Colorado ave. to Harrison st 

SideAvalks on Goodwin ave., from Aberdeen st. to N. Fifty-ninth st.. . . 

Sidewalks on Goodwin ave., from Balmoral ave. to Lawrence ave 

Sidewalks on Goodwin ave., from N. Fifty-ninth st. to Lawrence ave. . . 

Sidewalks on Goodspeed st., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st 

Sidewalks on Gordon terrace, from Clarendon ave. to Lake Shore 

Sidewalks on Grand ave., from Western ave. to California ave 

Sidewalks on Grand ave., from Noble St. to Bloomingdale road 

Sidewalks on Gross ave., from Bloomingdale road to Courtland st j 

Sidewalks on Halsted st., from Fifty-flfth st. to Fifty-sixth st 

Sidewalks on Hanover St., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-third, Stay 
Sidewalks on Hanover st., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-third St., on 

Rem. against 

Sidewalks on Harrison st., from Homan ave. to Central Park boul.. . . . . 

Sidewalks on Hart ave., from Archer ave. to Thirty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Harvard St., from California ave. to Campbell ave.. Stay.. 
Sidewalks on Harvard St., from Seventy-fifth st. to Seventy-sixth st. . . 

Sidewalks on Herndon St., from Wrightwood ave. to Marianna st 

Sidewalks on Hinman St., from Western ave. to Rockwell st 

Sidewalks on Hinman St., from Western ave. to Rockwell st 

Sidewalks on Hinman St., from Blue Island ave. to Wood st 



Sidewalks on Horaan ave., from North ave. to Division st 

Sidewalks on Homan ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-fifth st 

Sidewalks on Homan ave., from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty-fifth st — 

Sidewalks on Homan ave., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth st. . . 
Sidewalks on Homan ave 



1 



Sidewalks on Homer ave., from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave. 



Sidewalks on Hosmer ave., from C, M. & St. P. R. R., To connect with 
other S. W 

Sidewalks on Hosmer ave., from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to North ave. . . . 

Sidewalks on Howard ave., from Wabansia ave. to North ave 

Sidewalks on Hubbard St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fifiy-second st 

Sidewalks on Humboldt ave., trom Columbia ave. to Howard ave 

Sidewalks on Humboldt ave., from Columbia ave to Keeney ave 

Sidewalks on Huron st., from Rush st. to St. Clair St., Stay 

Sidewalks on Huron St., from Kedzie ave. to St. Louis ave, 

Sidewalks on Huron St., from Huron ave. to St. Louis ave 

Sidewalks on Indiana st., from Forty-sixth st. to Fifty-second st 

Sidewalks on Indiana ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty-third st. . . . . 

Sidewalks on Indiana ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty-third St.. Re- 
peal • 

Sidewalks on Indiana ave., from Forty -seventh st to 300 f t. N 



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623 
855 
603 
985 
503 
1299 
1036 
1299 
407 
TiO 
1036 
555 
721 
1037 
503 
721 

037 
1236 
503 
721 
1070 
139' 
503 
603 
731 
1098 
1033 
502 
721 
853 
1036 
946 
349 
1237 
1118 
1075 
1098 
1263 

1363 
1034 
524 
1094 
1116 
1169 
678 
678 
1441 
1268 
169 
503 
504 
1387 
1339 
989 
1119 
767 

907 
1098 
535 
770 
571 
946 
67 
443 
1120 
770 
465 

1071 

5701 



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6:3 
855 
60:: 
985 
50.3 
1299 
1036 
1299 
407 
770 
1036 
555 
721 
1031 
5113 
721 

1037 
1236 
503 
721 

1297 
503 
603 
721 
1098 
1033 
502 
721 
853 
1036 
946 
3^9 
1237 
1118 
1075 
1098 



1070 



1263 



1034 
524 

1116 
1169 

678 
678 

1268 
169 
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504 

1287 

1:^39 
989 

1119 
767 

907 
1098 
535 
770 
571 



442 
1120 
770 
465 

1071 
570 



1094 



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67 



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SicU'WiiIkH on Inditiim ave., from Fifty tll'th Hi. to Slxty-flrKt 8t 

Sldfwalks on lr\ iiitr »ivo., Innu Fnltoii st. to KInzle St., Pluce to curb 
r^i<U \viilk>^ (111 li \ Inv I'aik boiJl., from ('. A- N. W. U. H. to est. Churlos 

»i\ «• 

Slilrwalks on Jackson ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st 

Si<l<'\valkH on .lackson St., from Kcd/ic ave. to flornan ave 

Sidewalks on .lam-st , from Western uvt* to Seymour st , 

Siut walks on .letferson uve., to C. .M. & St. P. U. K 

Sidewalks on Johnson St.. from EiKhloenth st. to Canal st 

Sidewalks on Ke<lzie ave., from Central Park boul. to Chicag-o ave... -j 

Sidewalks on Ke<izie nve., from North ave. to Division st 

Sidewalks on Kedzie ave . from Twelfth St. to Ojrden ave 

Sidewalks on Kedzie ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to the Canal 

Sidewalks on Kedzie ave., from Twenty-si.xth st. to the Canal 

Sidewalks on Kenwood ave.. from Fortj'-eigbth St. to Forty-ninth st... 

Sidewalks on Keeney ave.. from Mt. Clair st. to Humboldt ave 

SidewalKs on Kinzie st.. from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-eighth st 

Sidewalks on Kinzie St., from Well-; St. to Rush st 

Sidewalks on Lafliii St., from Twellth st. to Twentj'-second St., Stay — 

Sidewalks on Lake Park ave.. from Thirty-first St. to Thirty-third st 

Sidewalks on Luke Park ave 

Sidewalks on Lake ave.. from Forty-fifth st. to Forty-seventh st 

Sidewalks on Lake St., from Fortj-seventh St. to Forty. eighth st 

Sidewalks on Lake St., from Homan ave. to Crawford ave. 

Sidewalks on Lake St., from Hamlin ave. to Central Park ave 

Sidewalks on Langrley ave., from Forty-fourtb st. to t ortj-fltth st 

Sidewalks on Langley ave., from Foriy-first St. to U. S. Y. & T. Co.'s 

tracks 

Sidewalks on La Salle St., from Archer ave. to Sixteenth st 

Sidewalks on Laughton St.. cross K. R tracks 

Sidewalks on Laurel st., from Thirty-first st. to Douglas ave 

Siilewalks on Laurence ave., from Huck st. to Lincoln ave 

Sidewalks on Laurence ave., from Forty-third st" south 

Sidewalks on Laurence ave., from Forty-first st. to Forty-second st 

Sidewalks on Leavitt St., from Thirty-fourth st. to Archer ave 

Sidewalks on Lexington ave., from P'ifty-fifth st. to Fifty-third st 

Sidewalks on Lexington ave., from Fifty-fourth st. to Fifty-fitth st 

Sidewalks on Lexington ave.. from Fifty-fourth st. North to S. W. said 

Blk., Let contract 

Sidewalks on Lincoln ave., from Sheffield ave. to Belmont ave., Place 

to grade 

Sidewalks on Loomis St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Loomis St., from Fifty-first st. to Fiftj'-fifth st 

Sidewalks ou Lumber St., from Eighteenth st. to Union st 

Sidewalks on Mackinaw ave., from Eighty-nintn st. to Ninety-second st 

Sidewalks on Madison St., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st 

Sidewalks on Maple St., from Centi-ai Park ave. toEberhardt ave 

Sidewalks on Market St., Stay 

Sidewalks on ;MeHenry St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave 

Sidewalks on Meridian st 

Sidewalks on Michigan St., from Wells St. to State st -[ 

Sidewalks on Michigan ave., from One Hundred and First st. to One 

Hundred and Third st 

Sidewalks on Michigan ave., from Randolph st. to Madison st., Tempo 

rary 

Sidewalks on Milwaukee ave., from Fullerton ave. to Logan sqr 

Sidewalks on Monroe St., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-seventh st 

Sidewalks on Monroe St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Monroe St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-eighth st 

Sidewalks on Monroe ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty- seventh st 

Sidewalks on Monroe ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-eighth st 

Sidewalks on Morgan St., from Fourteenth st. to Henry st 

Sidewalks on Morgan St., from Sixty-sixth st. to Sixty-seventh st 



Sidewalks on Mozart St., from Courtland st. to Armitage ave 

Sidewalks on Nebraska ave., from Armitage ave. to Dickins ave. . 

Sidewalks on Nelson St., from Blucher St. to Souit St., Stay 

Sidewalks on Nelson st 

Sidewalks on Nineteenth St., from Western ave. to California ave. 

Sidewalks on Ninety-ninth St., from Fourth ave. to Avenue K 

Sidewalks on North ave.. from Clark st. to Ashland ave 



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169 


169 


288 


288 


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12661266 


98.5 


985 


571 


571 


688 


688 


&52 


852 


b26 




328 




497 




522 


522 


688 


688 


9J9 


909 


909 


909 


522 


522 


.570 


570 


381 


381 


1122 


1122 


497 


497 


625 


625 


1298 


1298 


1402 1402 


170 


170 


985 


985 


985 


985 


719 




988 




721 


721 


1299 1299 


1408 


1408 


985 


985 


1169 


1169 


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503 


572 


.572 


290 


290 


1118 1118 


j 768; 768 


j 789 


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1 8.52 


8.52 


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947 


1341 1341 


1445 1445 


466 i 466 


' 466 


j 466 


; 135 


1.35 


' 504! 504 


1406.1416 


1345 


1345 


\ 187 


187 


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552 


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— PAGE- 



OUDIinS—ConUnued. 



Sidewalks on North ave., from Central Park ave. to Ridgeway st 

Sidewalks oa N. Fitty-uinth St., from Lincoln st ro Robey st 

Sidewalks on N. Fifty-ninth St., from Ashland ave. to Clark st 

Sidewalks on Oakdale ave., from Racine ave. to Seminary ave 

Sidewalks on Oakley ave., from Fullerton ave. to Greenwood ave 

Sidewalks on Oakwood ave., from Cottage Grove ave. to City Limits. . . 

Sidewalks on Og-den ave., from Twelfth st. to Western ave 

Sidewalks on Ogden pi. in front of Foundling's Home, Stay 

Sidewalks on Ogden ave., from Butler ave. to Twenty-second st -j 

Sidewalks on Ogden ave., from Fortieth st. to Richmond ave 

Sidewalks on Ohio St., from Kedzie ave. to St. Louis ave 

Sidewalks on Ohio St., from Homan ave. to St. Louis ave 

Sidewalks on Ontario St., from Fiftieth st. to Fifty-second st 

Sidewalks on One Hundred and Fourth st., from Emery ave 
bet. Avenue "J" and Avenue "K" 



to 



met River 

Sidewalks oa One Hundred and Sixth St., from Calumet River to JVl 

kegan ave 

Sidewalks on Oswego St., from Paluina st. to Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Pacific ave., from Eberhardt ave. to Horaan ave 

Sidewalks on Pacific ave., from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave 

Sidewalks on Palasaide av., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave. . 

Sidewalks on Pan Handle track, from Leavitt st. to Wood st 

Sidewalks on Park ave., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Park ave.. from Montrose boul. to Willis st 

Sidewalks on Parmalee St., from Hoyne ave. to Leavitt st 

Sidewalks on Paulina st., from Forty-sixth st. to Forty-seventh st. . 

Sidewalks on Perry St., from Belmont av. to Melrose st 

Sidewalks on Perry St., from Lincoln ave. to Diversy st 

Sidewalks on Pierce St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Polk St., froia Campbell ave. to California ave. Establish 

at curb 

Sidewalks on Polk st,frGm Campbell av.toRockwell st. Establish at curb 

Sidewalks on Potomac ave., from Hoyne ave. to Western ave 

Sidewalks, Portland Cement, to accept in lieu of stone 

Sidewalks on Prairie ave., from Thirty-fourth st. to Thirty-fifth st. 

Lower to grade 

Sidewalks on Prairie ave., from Thirty third st. to Thirty-eighth st 

Sidewalks on Randolph St., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave., Stay 

Sidewalks on Rauson St., from McHenry st. to Elston ave. . 

Sidewalks on Rebecca St., from Throop st. to Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Rebecca St., from Throop st. to Ashland ave., Stay. 

Sidewalks on Redfleld St., from McHenry st. to Elston av 

Sidewalks on Rhodes av., from Seventy-first st. to South Chicago ave.. 
Sidewalks on Richmond ave., from Humboldt boul. to Evergreen ave. . 
Sidewalks on Richmond ave., from Humboldt boul. to Evergreen ave.. 

Stay 

Sidewalks on Rictmond ave., from Evergreen ave. to Diversy ave 

Sidewalfcs on Richmond ave., from Evergreen .ave. to Diversy ave.. 

Stay 

Sidewalks on Ridgeland ave., from Irving Park boul. to Warren ave... 

Sidewalks on Robey St., from Blue Island ave. to River 

Sidewalks on Sangamon st., from Sixty-sixth st. to Sixty-seventh st.. 

Sidewalks on Sangamon St., from Seventieth st. to 300 ft. south 

Sidewalks on Schell ave., from Seventy-fifth st. to Seventy-sixth st 

Sidewalks on School st.. from Forty- fifth st. to Forty.seventh st 

Sidewalks on Second ave ' 

Sidewalks on Seymour St., from Division st. to Jane st 

Sidewalks on Sheridan ave., from Xorth ave. to Division st. . -| 

Sidewalks on Shetfield ave.. from Laurence ave. to Ainslie ave 

Sidewalks, South of Monroe parkway, from Wright sf . to Stewart ave.. 

Place to curb 

Sidewalks on Springfield ave., from Humboldt ave. to Fullerton ave. .. 

Sidewalks on Stanton ave. to U. S. Y. & T. R. R. tracks 

Sidewalks on Stanton ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Thirty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on State St., from Thirty-third st. to Thirty'- ninth st -j 

Sidewalks on St. Louis ave., from Lake to R. R. tracks 



Presented. 


Referred to Dept. 
Public Works. 


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602 
















506 




550 






574 




770 


770 






687 




1347 


1347 




442 


442 




1119 


1119 




855 


855 




1071 


1071 




107] 


1071 




1234 


1234 




626 


626 




504 


504 




505 


505 




504 


504 




503 


503 




5.54 


554 




503 


503 




624 


624! 


185 


ia5| 


987 


987 




553 


553 




-853! 853 




1268 


1268 




169 


169 




186 


186 




439 


439 




852 


852 




li63 




1263 


150 




150 


991 


991 




759 




759 


572 


572 




4h7 


4u7 




991 


991 




572 


572 




1445 


1445 




500 


500 




572 


572 




500 


500 




572 


572 




107211072 




1239! 1239 




504 


■ 504 




986 


986 




947 


947 




1300 


1300 




850 


850 




790 


790 




1267 


1267 




169; 


169 




625 


625 




466 


466 




907 


907 




445 


445 




9101 


9101 


497! 




497 


576 


576 




345 


345 





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INDKX 



-PAOB- 



Olll ) Mils' Continncd. 



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si 



Si :Jt'\vnlk< on Sundry sts. in 'INmH li Ward . . 

Si(lt'\viil ks on Sundry Hts. iti i^'ourtoontli Ward 

SiclcwiilUs on Sundry sts. in Twenty-seventh Ward 

Sidewallcs or. Sundry sts. in Thirti(!th Ward 



\ To repair 



Sidewalks on Sundry sts. in Thirty-first Ward. 



Sidewalks on Superior St., from Forty-si.\th st. to Fifty-second st 

Sidewalks on Sixteenth St., from Central Park ave. to Fortieth fit 

Sidewalks on Seventeenth st.. from Rockwell St. to Waslenaw ave 

Sidewalks on Sixtieth St., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Sixty-llrst St., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Sixty-first St., from Woodlawn ave. to Madisoti ave 

Sidewalks on Sixty-flrst St., from South Park ave. to Cottage Grove 

ave., with cross walks 

Sidewalks on Sixty-second St., from Central Parle ave. to Homan ave. .. 

Sidewalks on Sixty-third St., from Center ave. to Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Sixty-fourth St., from Bberhardt ave. to Homan ave 

Sidevvalks on Sixtj'-fifth St., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Sixty-fifth st., from Eberhart ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Sixty-fifth st., from Wentwortn ave. to the alley west 

Sidewalks on Sixty-sixth St., from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave. 
Sidewalks on Sixty-eighth St., from Vincennes ave. to Lafayette ave 



Sidewalks on 'Seventieth st., from Halsted st. to Morgan st. 



3 
I 

Sidewallcs on Seventy-first st., from Stoney Island ave. to Yates ave. . . 

Sidewalks on Seventy-first St., from Halsted st. to Centre ave 

Sidewalks on seventy-first St., from Stoney Island ave. to Yates ave.. 

Stay 

Sidewalks on Seventy-first St., from Cottatre Grove ave. to I. C. R, R 

Sidewalks on Seventy-second St., from South Chicago ave. Rhodes ave 
Sidewalks on Seventy-second St., from South Chicago ave. to Wood 

Hwn ave 

Sidewalks on Seventy-l'nird St., from Stoney Island ave. to Yates ave 
Sidewalks on Seventy-third st., from Greenwood ave. to South Chicago 

ave 

Sidewalks on Seventy-third St., from Jeflfery ave. to Yates ave., Stay 

Sidewalks on Seventy-fifth St., from Kaih'oad ;ive. to JefCery ave 

Sidewalks on Seventy-fifth St., from Stewart ave. to Vincennes ave. 
Sidewalks on Seventy-fifth St., from Railroad ave. to Jeffery ave.. Stay 
Sidewalks on Seventy-sixth St., from Stewart ave. to Vincennes ave. . 
Sidewalks on Thomas ave., from from Hoyne ave. to Western ave 

Repeal 

Sidewalks on Throop St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Thomas st., from Palmer pi. to Losransqr 

Sidewalks on Thirteenth St., from Robey St. to Leavitt st 

Sidewalks on Thirteenth St.. from Waller st. to Blue Island ave 

Sidewalks on Thirteenth St., from Lincoln st. to Robev st 

Sidewalks on Third ave., from Van Buren st. to Harrison st., to open 

up 

Sidewalks on Tinkham ave., from Frederick st. to North ave 

Sidewalks on Torrence ave., south of One Hundred and Sixth st 

Sidewalks on Tripp ave.. from Wabansia ave. to North ave 

Sidewalks on Trnmbull ave., from Huron st. t>o Chicago ave 

Sidewalks on Trumbull ave., from Colorado ave. to Harrison st. 

Sidewalks on Tuttle ave., from Clark st. to Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Twelfth St., fi'om Rockwell st. to California ave. . . 
Sidewalks on Twelfth st., from Rockwell st. to California ave.. Estab- 
lish at curb 

Sidewalks on Twenty-first st., from Western ave. to California ave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-second St., from Brown st. to Chicago River 

Sidewalks on Twenty-second pi., from Wentworth ave. to iPortlandave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-second St., from Albany ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-third pi.. Stay 

Sidewalks on Thirty. fourth pL, from Hanover st. to Archer ave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-fourth pi., from Wentworth ave. to Hanover St. . 



Presented. 


Referred to Dept. 
1 Public Works. 


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325 


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770 


770 


1266 


1266 


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503 


503 


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503 


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1297 


1297 


503 


503 


504 


.504 


504 


504 


504 


504 




out 


.522 


522 




505 


504 


504 


1290 


129J) 


986 


986 




622 




19QQ 


1348 




1445 


1445 


1305 


1305 


1305 


1305 


623 


623 


1115 


1115 


lo49 




623 


6?3 


1116 


1116 


1349 




1116 


1116 


154 




721 


721 


852 


8.52 


498 


498 


170 


170 


2-50 


250 


3577 




-.724 


724 


1348 


1348 


1035 


1035 


1119 


1119 


1506 


1.^06 


1303 


1303 


553 


553 


153 


153 


153 


153 


498 


498 


41 


41 


2^.0 


2.50 


990 


990 


273 




185 


185 


250 


250 



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1055 



1348 



1349 
1349 
154 



577 



273 



INDEX 



GVII 



PAGE 



ORDERS— Continued. 



Sidewalks on Twenty-fourth St., from ailey E. of South Park ave., to 

Lake ave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-fourth st., from Crawford ave. to Winchester ave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-tiftb St., fi'om State sf. to Sawyer ave 

Sidewalks on Twenty-fifth pi., from VVentworth ave. to Halsted st 

Sidewalks on Twenty- seventh St., from Halsted st. to Quarry st 

Sidewalks on Twenty-se\ enth st., from Hanover st. to Wallace st 

Sidewalks on Thirty-first St., from -Stewart ave. to Wallace St., Forj 

Kebate / 

Sidewalks on Thirty-first St., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st. 

Sidewalks on Thirty-first st., from State st. t > Lake ave.. Repair 

Sidewalks on Thirty-first st., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st 

Sidewalks on Thirty-tnird St., from Indiana ave. to Cottage Grove rave. 
Sidewalks on Thirty-third St., from Indiana ave. to alley on N. side of 

said Thirty-third st 

Sidewalks on Thirty-third St., from Rhodes ave. tn B. ter 

Sidewalks on Thirty-fifth St., from State st. to Laurel st., Repeal 

Sidewalks on Thirty-sixth St., from State st. to Indiana ave., place to 

curb 

Sidewalks on Thirty-sixth st. to California ave 

Sidewalks on Thirty-sixth St., from Ellis ave. to Cottage Grove ave 

Sidewalks on Thirty- sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes 

ave 

Sidewalks on Thirty-seventh St., from Archer ave. to Leavitt st 

Sidewalks on Thirty-seventh St., from Lake ave. to 90 feet of Cottage 

Grove ave 

Sidewalks on Thirti'-seventh St.. from Ellis ave to Lake ave 

Sidewalks on Thirty-eighth St., from Vincennes ave. to Cottage Grove 

ave 

Sidewalks on Van Buren St.. from Halsted st. to Ashland ave.. Stay 

Sidewalks on Vincennes ave., from Thirty-fifth st. to Thlrtv-ninth St. . . 
Sidewalks on Vincennes ave., from Forty -fourth st. to Fortj^-fifth st. . . 
Sidewalks on Vincennes ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-fifth St., 

Stay 

Sidewalks on Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st. . . 

Sidewales on Wabansia ave. west of Elston ave , Stay 

Sidewalks on Wabash ave., from Van Buren st. to Twelfth st 

Sidewalks on Wabash ave., from Van Buren st. to Harrison st 

Sidewalks on Wabash ave., from Forty- fourth st. to Forty-seventh st. 

Sidewalks on Wallace St., from Ihirty-first st. to Egan ave j 

Sidewalks on Wallace St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st. . . ; . . . 
Sidewalks on Wallace St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-seventh st., Stay. 

Sidewalks on Waldo pi 

Sidewalks on Wa=shbui"n ave.. from Washtenaw ave. to California ave 

Sidewalks on Washington ave., from Lake ave. to Fifty-ninth st 

Sidewalks on Washington ave., Blks. 13 and 13, from Montrose boul. to 

Centre st 

Sidewalks on Washington ave., from Laurence ave. to Oak st 

SideAvalks on Washtenaw ave., from Van Buren st. to Lexington st. . . 

Sidewalks on Warren ave., from Oakley ave. lo Ashland ave 

Sidewalks on Warren ave., from Ashland boul. to Western ave 

Sidewalks on Warren ave., from California ave. to Homan ave 

Sidewalks on Warren ave., from California ave. to Homan ave., (stone) 

Stay 

Sidewalks on Wan-en ave., from Ogden ave. to Western ave.. Let Con 

tract 

Sikewalks on Warren ave., from Calif ornia ave. to Homan ave., LetCon- 

tract 

Sidewalks on Webster ave., from Robey st. to Dudley st 

Sidewalks on Webster ave., from Clark St. to C. & N. W. R. R 

Sidewalks on Webster ave., from Clybourn ave. to Chicago River 

Sidewalks on Wells St., from Indiana st. to the River 

Sidewalks on Wells St., from Indiana st. to the River, Repeal 

Sidewalks on Wentworth ave., from Archer ave. to Thirty-third st . . 
Sidewalks on Wentworth ave., from Sixteenth st. to Eighteenth st. . . 

Sidewalks on Western ave., from Laurence ave. to Leo pi 

Sidewalks on Wharton ave., from Fifty-fourth st. to Fifty-fifth st 

Sidewalks on Whipple St., from Twenty-fifth st. to Twenty-sixth st 

Sidewalks on Winchester ave., from Taylor st. to Twelfth st 

Sidewalks on Winthrop pi., from Aberdeen st. to N. Fifty-ninth st. . . 
Sidewalks on Woodlawn ave,. from Forty-eighth st. to Fifty-first St.. . 
Sidewalks on Woodlawn ave., from Lake ave. to Fifty -first st 



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731 


731 




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759 




'159 


758 




768 


570 


570 




1116 




1116 


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1444 


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170 


170 




388 


388 




469 


469 




1239 




1239 


1441 




1441 


1442 




1442 


1034 




1034 


1072 




1072 


1097 




1097 


467 


467 




1168 


1168 




23 


23 




381 


381 




907 


907 




1235 


1235 




1304 


1304 




249 


249 




502 


502 




554 


554 




906 


906 





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INDEX 



-PAOE- 



()\{\)VA{:> -Continued. 



sidewalks on Woodliiwn nvo., from Fifty-flrst st. to FIfty-tlfth Bt 

SIdewiilks on W lliiwn iivr.. 1 roin Kit ty-tlrst st. to Filty-fltth st.,Kepeal 

Sidewalks oil Wm xlsidi- av«'., I roiii S«dit'o| st. to Uoseoe st 

S'dewiilks on Wood st., f rom Korty-sl.vth St. to Fortj'-sevcftith st 

Sldi'waiks on Wrivrlit St.. from Korty-tlltii st. to Forty-ninth st 

Sidfwalks on Wriiflit st.. from North avo. to Wabansia ave 

Sidewalks on Vales ave.. from Seventy-tlrst si. to Seventy fifth 8t 

Sidewalks on Yates ave.. from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-fifth St., Stay 
sidewalk spaee on Adams 6t., from Central Park ave. to Kedzie ave., 

IMaee to eurli 

Sidewalk spaee on Helleview pi.. To establish 

Sidewalk spaee on Hrompton av., from Halsted St. to Evanston ave., 

To establish 

Sidewalk spaee on Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood ave. to C S. Y. 

\- T. Co 

Sidewalk space on Fairfield ave., from Twelfth Street to Ogden ave 

Sidewalk spaee on Hirsch St.. from Ciybourn ave. to Siebens pi 

Sidewalk spaee on Hull St.. from lilock St.. to Establish 

Sidewalk space on Indiana ave.. from Fifty-fifth st. to Slxtj--third St., 

To establish 

Sidewalk space on St. Louis av., from Lake st. to Kinzie St., Place to 

curb 

Sidewalk space on Lytle st., f rom McAllister pi. to rjilpin pi 

Sidewalk space on Maple St.. from Dearborn ave. to X. Clark st 

Sidewalk space on (^ak st , To establish 

Sidewalk space on St. Michaels ct., from North ave. to Eug-enie st 

Sidewalk spuce on S'^uth CI rk st.. between tracks St. Charles Air Line. 

Sidewalk space on Tell ct., from Wells st. to Frankli^i st 

Sidewalk space on Twentieth st., from Rot)ey st. to Hoyne av :. . 

Sidewalk space on Twenty second St., from' Western ave., to Homan 

ave 

Telegraph Wires on Fifth ave.. To be placed under ground, St. & A. S. 

Div 

Telegraph an i Telephone poles. Remove from Butterfield st 

Telephone Tax, To use for Electric Light in West Division 

Telephones, Abolish toll charges for bet. Chicago and annexed terri- 
tory 

Telephone and Telegraph Co.'s, To publish rates charged ^y 

Telephone Co.'s. To furnish same rate in Dist. of Lake as inold Chicasro 
Telephone and Telegraph poles on Chicago ave. E. of Clark st., To be 

removed 

Telephone and Telegraph wires. To be cut for removal of Buildings, 

&e 

Telephone poles. Report number of standing in streets 

Telephones. Order to repair, kc. in various Departments 

Telephone. To have placed in Water Department 

Thirty-sixth St.. From the Lake to Stanton ave., to iaave names on 

Street Lamps 

Thompson 6: Wetmore, To be paid for badges, &c., for Col. "Welters' 

funeral. . ' 

Thompson, Mrs. F. W., Permit for canopy 

Tinkham ave.. Change name to "Montecello avenue" -J 

Trahan. Thos.. for refunding of fine. . File 

Trego Chas., To Quit Claim Deed to Wharfing Lot 6. O. T 

Trees. Remove from State St.. bet. Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth sts.. 

Trinity Church, Refund tax of for 1ST7 

Tudor Buggy Co., Pet. for switch track across Stewart ave. S. of Twen- 
ty-sixth St.. R. Roads 

Tunnel (Lakei. Contractors place premises in presentable shape 

Tunnel (Lakei. Concerning cost of and time of completion, Finance 

Tunnel <Lakei. Lake View, regarding extending two miles out. Finance 

Toll Road (Snelli, For removal from Twenty-seventh ward 

Toll Road (Snell), For removal from Twentv-seventh ward, Law Dept.. 

Toll Road (Snell!, To abolish 

Vacate Alley E. and Ad.i. Lots 6 to 20 in "W. Forty-second st 

Vacate Alley in Block 56, Chicago Universitv Addn 

Vacate Allev in Block 59, Cornell, S. & A.. S'. D 

Vacate Allev (and opem in Block .50. Cornell 

Vacate Alleys in S. W. Sec. 33. 40, 13. S. i: A., W. D 

Vaca'^e Alley in rear Lots 3 to 8. See. 3S* 14 

Vacate Alley. X. and S., in Block 23, near Oakley School Lot., Def. and 
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1445 1415 

9K7 987 
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1120 
552 

525 

1348 
1.52 
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569 



572 
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152 
1302 



1349 

1120 

55:i 

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381 
569 



1120 1120 
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304 304 
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768 768 
1351 
1443 1443 
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233 
23:3 
678 
69 

232 
410 
523 



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625 
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253! 
3871 
104! 
149: 
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5.50 

1438 

732 

252 
1303 
1505 

721 

721 

908 

506 

907 
1099 
1264 1364 

5.53! 

1444 1444 

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721 

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625 
1077 
1118 
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2.53 
387 
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149 

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5.50' 
1438 



908 



157 



INDEX 



CIX 



ORDEHS— Continued. 



Vacate Alley in rear of Erring Woman's Home. S. & A., S. D. 
Vacate Alley in Blocks 1 and 4, P. Schimp's Sub. Sec. 9, 38, li. 
Vacate Alley Between SeminaiT ave.. Centre and Clyde sts. 



Vacate Alleys in Block 3. Assessor's Div„ N. of S. E. Sec. 20, 39, 14, 

S. & A., W. D 

Vacate Alley Between Western and Campbell aves.. Twelfth st. and 

Lunn ct., S. & A., W\ D 

Vacate Alley, W^. 1/2, E. and W. through Block 11, Watson et. al. Subn,, 

Def. and Pub 

Vacate Alley, parts Block 11, Watson et. al. Subn. Sec. 9, 39, 14 

Vacate Alleys, sundry, and streets in Hyde Park District, S. & A., S. D. 
Vacate Alley E. and W., bet. Charlton and Filmore sts., and next E. of 

Forty-second st 

Vacate Alley, in Sub. of Sec. "2,38, 14, On Cottage Grove ave 

Vacate Alleys in Blocks 7, 8, lo and 16, Snowden's Sub 

Vacate Alley between State, Free, Union and One Hundred and Elev- 
enth sts 

Vacate Alley N. side of Kinkie St., from Sacramento ave. 300 ft west, S. 

& A., W. D 

Vacate Alleys (and open) in Blocks 1 to 11, K. K. Jones' Sub., Recalled 

from S. & A., W. D 

Vacate Alley bet. Sub. Lots 65, 68 to 70 and 94 of Lots 1, 2, 3, 24 to 26, Blk. 

1, Taylor's 2d Add. to S. Chicago 

Ventilation of Council Chamber, To secure better , 

Veesenmeyer, L. W., Permit to erect barber pole ... 

Vlder, Olaf, Permit to improve alley bet. Garfield, Webster and Lincoln 

aves. and Sedgwick st 

Vlncennes ave.. Order to re-number houses from Thirty-sixth st. north 

Viaducts, Regarding cost of raising gi ades of ^. 

Viaduct, Chicago ave., Estimate of cost for 

Viaduct, Clark st., over W. Ind. R. R., For estimate of cost 

Viaduct, Clark and Forty-third sts., across R. R., Arrange to construct. 

Viaduct, Forty-seventh st., across R. R., Arrange to construct 

Viaduct, Fifty-first St., bet. Baltic and Union sts., Arrange to construct 

Viaduct, Halsted st. and Archer ave.. Concerning 

Viaduct, Jefferson St., R. R. Co. to erect, and for estimate of cost 

Viaduct, Lake st. and across Rockwell st., and for estimate of cost 

Viaduct, Lake st. and across Rockwell St., R. R. Co. to erect 

Viaduct, Lincoln St., Let contract. Finance 

Viaduct, Lincoln st 

Viaduct, May and Kinzie sts.. Concerning construction 

Viaduct, May St., For estimate of cost. Finance 

Viaduct, Nineteenth St., For estimate of cost 

Viaduct, Ogden ave. and R. R., for estimate of cost 

Viaduct, Ogden ave. near Rockwell St., Report as to progress 

Viaduct, Ogden ave., For estimate of cost. Pub. and file 

Viaduct, Ogden ave.. Let contract, Finance 

Viaduct, Ogden ave.. For estimate of cost of approaches to 

Viaduct, Sixty-third and State sts., and in Sixty-third st 

Viaduct, Stewart and Archer aves., St. and A., S. Div 

Viaduct, Stewart and Archer aves., To proceed 

Viaduct, Stewart and Archer aves.. For report, Whj" not proceeded 

with 

Viaduct, Taylor St., Cross C. & G. W. R. R., To arrange for 

Viaduct, Taylor St., Cross Penn. R. R., To arrange for 

Viaduct, Thirty-fifty St., Report as to cause of delay in construction. . . 
Viaduct. Thirtv-fifth Pt.. Report as to cause of delay in construction, 

St. and A.. S. Div 

Viaduct, Thirty-fifth St., Report as to cause of delay in construction.. 
Viaduct, Thirty-fifth St., ConcCining west approach to, St. and A.. 

S. Div 

Viaduct, Thirtv-ninth st. and Halsted St., Cross tracks at 

Warrant No. 7047 (Spel. Asst.). Stay 

Warrants No. .585. 609 and 610, Hyde Park, Stay Collections of 

Warrant No. 8240, Stay Collection of 

Warrant No. 7714. Stay Collection of 

Warrant No. 10538, Not return to County Treasurer until 1891 

Water Office in West Divn., In regard purchase site for, F. & W 

Water Office in Wpst Divn., In regard purchase site for, Def. and Pub. 

Water Ofiicein West Divn., Order to purchase site for 

Water System in Twenty-seventh Ward, For Estimate to Extend in... 

Water Supply, To protect purity of 

Water Rates, Petition by Emeline Bath Co. for Rebate of, F. & W 



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OUDVAIS— Continued. 



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l<(>l)at( 



Water Tax, l-'or Hchati 
Wiitcr Tax, l''(>i' l{r-li:il< 
Water Tax, l'"()r l{cl»nl( 
Watci- 'I'ax, Im»i 
Water Tax, Koi 
Watei- Tax, l''oi 
Water Tax. Foi 
Wat»'r Tax, Koi 
Water 'I'ax, For 
Wa er 'I'ax, l"'oi' 



ol, at 
of, at No. 
of, at No. 
ol', at No. 
ol, at No. 
Hehato ol', at No. 
Weh'ite ol', at No. 



No. IJIIM ArelK-r ave., Kiiiaiiee. 
r):{:V.M '(iriiell av(j., Kiiiuiico. 

'.V.i'y\ lOiiM iahl ave 

liaiirel st 

4;jf) ,\ list ill avo 

7')() KlstoM Finance... 

llawtlioriio avo 

:i'm Luke ave. 



, Fiiiaiice 
, Finance. 

„ Fil(! 

Finance. . 



F''! nance. 
Finance. 



Jfehalo of, at No 
Hehate of, at No. MV) Laur(;i st 
Hehato of, at No. :i'.>:il Lvinan Ht 
Water Tax, For l{eltatoor, at No. 43 Moirat st , 
Water Tax, Vov Hehate of, at No. HOf) \V. Superior sr. 
Water Ta.x, For Hehate of, at No. WKJ W. Superior st 

Water Tax, For Itebate of, at No. 8()(i \V. Sujxjrior st 

Wat(!r Ta.x, For Kobateor, at No. HOC, W. Superior st 

Water Tax, For Rebate of, at No. HtJl S. Morjian St., Finance 

Water Tax, For Rebate of, at No. 3:33.0 Portland ave.. F'inance 

Water Tax, For Kebflte of, at No. 546 Wells St., Finance. 

Water Tax, l^'or Rebate of , to H. Gauler 

Water Mains, To Bowmanville. To Extend into, F'^inance 

■Water Mains in alley bet. Grand boul., Calumet ave , Thirty-ninth and 

Forty-first sts 

Water Mains, Extend in Twenty-sixth St., Millard ave. to Forty-sixth st 

Water Mains in Annexed Districts, Rules to Apply in -j 

Water Mains in Calumet ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth St.. . 

Water Mains in Calumet ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty-first st 

Water Mains in Cottage Grove ave. and Forty-fiirst st.. Finance 

Water Mains in Drexel boul., from Fifty-sixtii st. to Fifty-seventh sr... 

W^ater Mains in Ellis ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first St., Let Con- 
tract 

Water Mains in Emerald ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty-third st. . 

Water Mains in Evans ave , from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st 

Water Mains in Ewing ave., from Ninety-fifth st. to One Hundred and 
Sixth St. 

Water Mains in Eighty-third St., from Halsted St. to Morg-an st 

Water Mains in Fletcher st., to connect with Halst'^d st 

Water Mains in Forrestv^ille ave., from Fortv-third st. to Forty-fourth st 

Water Mains in Fourth ave., from Ninety-fifth st. to One Hundred and 
Sixth st 

Water Mains in Forty-first St., To proceed with. Finance 

Water Mains in Fifty-first St., from Lake ave. to Cottag-e Grove ave — 

Water Mains in Fifty-third St., from Ellis ave. to Wharton ave 

Water Mains in Fifty-fifth st. and Fifty-ninth St., Let Contract 

Water Mains in Greenwood ave , from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first st 

Water Mains in Harvard ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first St.. 

Water Mains in Huok ave., from Lawrence ave. to Clay st 

Water Mains in Irving- pi., to Connect at Kinzie st 

Water Mains in Irving- Park boul., from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave 

Water Mains in Langley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st. . 

Water Mains in Loomis st., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-ninth st. .. 

Water Mains in Ninetieth St., from Manistee ave. to The Strand 

Water Mains in Ninety-first St.. from Commercial st. to The Strand 

Water Mains in Mather St., from Og-den ave. to Wood st 

Water Mains in North ave. and A.rmitag-e ave. to Cragin, Finance 

Water Mains in Sixty-ninth st., from Halsted st. to California ave .. 

Water Mains in Sixty-third st., from I. C. R. R. to Stoney Island ave... 

Water Mains in Notredame ave.. from One Hundred and Sixth st.,Hoxie 
ave. and Torrence ave.. Finance 

Water Mains in South Park ave , from Fifty-fir^t st. to Fifty-fifth st... 

Water Mains in sundry streets in Thirtv-third Ward 

Water Mains in Vinoennps ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st 

Water Pipes in Belmont ave.. from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave 

Water Pipes in cor. Canal and Jnckson sts 

Water Pipes in Erie ave., from Eiahty-=:eventh st. to Eighty-eig-hth St.. 

Water Pipes in Exchange ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-S3C- 
ond st 

Water Pipes in Eig-hty-seventh st.. from Hoiiston ave. to Erie ave 

Water Pipes in Eig-hty-eighth st.. fi-nm Buffalo ave. to Mackinaw ave.. 

Water Pipes in Fifty-seoond st.. from Halsted st. to Morg-an St.. Stay.. 

Water Pip^sin Jeffrev ave., from Seventv-flrst st. to Seventy-fifth St.. 
Stay ; 



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445 






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100 






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1440 




465 






856 


856 










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14U.4 




945 


945 




570 


570 




688 




DOO 


465 






554 


554 




1402 


1402 




51 6 


506 




1037 






72U 


720 




1403 1403 




551 




551 


8.54 


854 




465 


465 




503 


.503 




856 


856 




688 




OCO 


325 


325 




466 






1402 


1402 




555 


555 




506 






906 


906 




103« 1036 




465 


4K5 




854 


854 








388 


465 


465 


465 


465 




465 


465 




465 


465 




1C36 




1036 


1071 




1071 



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CXI 



OIWERS—Contin'ued. 



Water Pipes in Paxton ave., from Seventy-second st. to Seventy-third st., 

fetav 

Water Pipes in Sixty-first St., from Cottage Grove ave. to South Park 

ave., Let Contract 

Water Pipes in Seventy-second St., from Jeffrey ave. to Paxton ave.. 

Stay., 

Water Pipes in Seventy-third St., from Jeffrey ave. to Paxton ave., Stay 
Water Pipes in Seventy-fifth St., from Jeffrey ave. to Stoney Island 

ave.. Stay — .* 

Water Service Pipes in Archer ave., from Blanchard st. to Kedzie ave. . 
Water Service Pipes in Ashland ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Fifty- 
fifth st 

Water Service Pipes in Ainslie St., Stay 

Water Service Pipes in Calif ornia ave., from North avenue to Fuller- 
ton ave.. Stay 

Water Service Pipes in California ave., from North avenue to Fuller- 
ton ave., Rescinded 

Water Service Pipes in Chicago ave., from Pine st. to 600 ft. East, Let 

Contract 

Water Service Pipes in Commercial ave., from South Chicago ave. to 

Ninety-sixth st 

Water Service Pipes in Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood ave. to 

Fifty-first st 

Water Service Pipes in Courtland St., from Western ave. to Simonds 

ave., Stay 

Water Service Pipes in Crystal St., from Leavitt st. to Fi. terminus, Stay 
Water Service Pipes in Crystal St., from Leavitt st. to E. terminus, Ke- 

scind, Slay order ; 

Water Service Pipes in Dashiel St., from Thirty-first st. to Eagan ave., 

Let Contract - . . 

Water Service Pipes in Drexel ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-seventh 

st 

Water Service Pipes in Dudley st., from North ave. to Armitage ave.. 



Stay. 



Water Service Pipes in Dudley St., from North ave. to Armitage ave.. 

Rescinded 

Water Service Pipes in Elk Grove ave,, from North ave. to Armitage 

ave.. Stay ■. 

Water Service Pipes in Elk Grove ave., from North ave. to A.rmitage 

ave.. Rescinded 

Water Service Pipes in Emerald ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Forty- 
third st , , 



ave.. Let Contract 

Water Service Pipes in Exchange ave , from Eighty-seventh st. to 

Ninety-second st 

Water Service Pipes in Fifty -fourth st., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave., 

Stay 

Water Service Pipes in Fifty-fourth st., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave., 

Stay collection 

Water Service Pipes in Forrestville ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty 

fourth st 

Water Service Pipes in Forty -third st., from State st. to I. C. R. R 

Water Service Pipes in Forty-seventh st., from Halsted st. to Paulina st 
Water Service Pipes in Fremont St., from Willow st. to Clay St., Replace 

4 in. by 6 in 

Water Service Pipes in Green st., from Seventy-third st. to Seventy 

fourth st ". 

Water Service Pipes in Halsted St.. from Egan ave. to the River, Stay. . 
Water Service Pipes in Halsted St., from Thirty-ninth st. to Sixty-ninth 

st 

Water Service Pipes in Lake St., irom Crawford ave. to Forty-eighth 

st ~ 

Water Service Pipes in La Salle st., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixth 

sc., Let Contract 

Water Service Pipes in Mi lard ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty 

eighth st 

Water Service Pipes in Napoleon pi., from Wentworth ave. to Wallace 

St., Let Conti-act 

Water Service Pipes in North ave, (west). Stay 

Water Service Pipes in North ave. (west). Rescinded 

Water Service Pipes in Shields ave., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third 

St., Let Contract 



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1071 




1071 


5C6 


506 




1071 
1071 




1(171 
1071 


1071 
524 


524 


1071 


8.55 
1168 


855 


1168 


26 

89 




26 
39 


444 




444 


522 




522 


1235 


1235 




1096 
66 




1096 
66 


103 




103 


1092 




1092 


769 




789 


26 




26 


39 




39 


26 




20 


39 




39 


524 


524 




1076 




1076 


465 


465 


522 


1116 




1116 


1236 




1236 


570 
720 
855 


f,70 
855 


720 


132 




132 


789 
151 


789 


151 


855 


855 




154 




154 


1076 




1076 


599 


599 




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OIW KliS-Continued. 



Water Service Pii>e9 In Slxty-flrst St.. from Cottage (irove ave. loriouih 

Park a%e.. Let ('.»ntra<.t 

Water S«'r\ ice Pipes in Sr>uth Park ave.. from Fifty-flrst St. to Fifty- 

tlfth St 

Water Se^^ ice Pi|>e!» in Twonty-third pi., from Wentworth ave. to Arch- 
er ave.. Let eontrnet 

Water Service PijH'!* in Twenty-third St., from WentwortQ ave. to State 

St.. Let Coiitrne-t 

Water Service Pipes in Twenty-seventh st, from Hanover si. to Wallace 

•it.. Let Contract 

Water S Tvice Pipes in Thirtieth St., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart 

ave.. l*et Contract 

Water Ser>'ice Pipes in Wabansia ave.. from Western ave. to Simons 

ave.. Stay 

Watchman at Bridge foot of Taylor St., Finance 

Watchman at Bridge foot of Tajlorst., Chief of Police detail 

Watchman at Bridge foot of Taylor st.. File 

Walker. G. H.. Petition to refund for Auction License 

Walker. J. H., Permit for storm door, 'SVi Adams st 

Watson, Little & Co.. Remove obstruction from alley bet. Twenty-flfth 

pi. and Twenty-fifth St., at Stewart ave 

Ward, D., Permit for frame building cor. Ridge and Evanston aves ... 
Washington Dri\-lng Park. Notify to stop pumping water on adjoining 

property. i- A., S. D 

Wharfinar Lot, Execute Quit Claim Deed for, opposite Lot 5, Bla 2, O.T., 

Finance 

Wharfing Lot. Execute Qait Claim Deed for Lot 27, M. C. Stearns 

W heeler. M.. Permit for bridge gate at some river bridge 

Weber, Rud.. Petition for canopy at o' Washington St., S. & A., S. D 

Weitenmever. Ph., Petition for refunding of fine.. Finance 

Wells. O. M.. Permit to pave Thirty-sixth st., bet. Ellis and Cottage 

Grove aves 

Wendell Phillipps Lodge, A. O.' W., Permit to string banner. 

Western Refrigerator Co.. Permit to lay conduit cross Michigan St.. S. 

i A., S. D 

Widen Archer ave.. Pub. and S. & A.. S. D 

Widen Chicago River (S. branch i 

Widen Chicago River jS. branch). At Van Burea st 

Widen Chicago River iS. branch). At Eighteenth st 

Widen Guriey St.. from >[av st. to Cenn-e ave 

Widen Indiana ave.. from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-third st 

Widen Indiana ave.. from Thirty-ninth st. to Fortv-third st 

Widen Michigan ave., from Fifty-firth st to Sixty-third St.. S. & A., S. D 

Widen Sheffield ave.. from Sulzer st to Ardmore ave 

Widen Soutnport ave.. from Belmont ave. to Otto st 

Widen Taylor St.. from Francisco sr. to Sacramento ave.. Repeal 

Widen Taylor St.. from Washtenaw ave. to Sacramento ave 

Widen Toiman ave.. from T\v-elfth st. to Ogden ave 

Widen Wabash ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Sixtv-third St.. S. & A 

s. D ; 

Widen Woodlawn ave., from Lake ave. to Forty-fifth st., and from For- 

tv-sixth to Fortv-seventh st 

Widen Street West of Woodlawn ave. to Forty-fifth St., S. & A., S. D. 

Wilson. Geo.. Permit for storm door 12 S. Clark st 

Witkowski, J. J.. Petition for rebate acct. water leak. Finance 

Witkowski. J. J., Petition for rebate acct. water leak. Def. and Pub.. 

WoodATille. Mr.. Permit to dump night soil aske^i. Health, etc 

Wolf. Isaac. Permit for elevator 17^ W. Madisan st 

Wolf. Isaac. Permit for elevator 177 W. Madison St., Notify to Stop. .. 
Toungdah «fc Lilja, Permit for sign 



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1041 

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1501 

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67 
943 

757 
1072| 

155^ 

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768 
2LI 



758 



666 

1082 
1032 
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1002 
1096 
253 

2S4 

758 

ISO 
11072 

1064 



67 
1053 



437 
loo 



253| 



83 
144:3 
1444 

348 

.5691 

1071 1071 
1297| 

1072 1072 
1097 1097 



S3 
1443 
1444 

569 



2SS 




288 






2S8 


1087 




1087 


1099 




1365 


638 




638 


4^ 






628 






233 






449 




475 


187 






10S4 


1099 


1034 


1099 




IIIS 




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351 



INDEX 



CXI J I 



-PAGE- 



ORPINANCES. 

; GENERAL. 



Alice PI., Change Name to "Belden Street" 

Alley from North ave. to Eugene st., Name "St. Michaels Court"., 

Alley fromHalsted to Vine sts., Name "Schades Place". 

Alley, Acceptance of dedication^ in Dwyer & Davidson's Sub 

Amend Municipal Code (Sec. 1727, Wagons) 

Annual Tax Levy for Current Fiscal year 

Annexation, Pt. Jefferson (Sec. 25, T. 40, E,. 13) to Fifteenth Ward. . 



at time of 

Annexation, To divide New Territory into Wards. 

Annexation, To divide New Territory into Wards 

Appropriation, Bill for Fiscal year, Commence January 1, 1890 

Block St., Changing name to "Meyer Avenue" 

Board of Arbor Culture, To Establish 

Board of Arbor Culture, To Establish 

Board of Arbor Culture, To Establish 

Board of Examiners to License Engineers and Firemen, To EstaDlish.. 

Board of Directors Pub. Library Construct Memorial Hall on Dearborn 
Park 

Boiler Inspector, Regulating Salary of 

Boiler Inspector, To Amend Ordinance 

Bonds, Indemnifying to Co. Treasurer and Treasurers of Annexea Dis- 
tricts 

Bonds, To be furnished by Contractors for lighting Oil Lamps 

Bonds, River Imp., Water Loan and School, To refund 

Bridges, Opening and Closing, Concerning 



Building Line on Streets, To regulate. 



Buildings, Frame, Permitting in annexed territory , 

Burial Permits, Concerning , 

Butterfleld St., Change name to "Armour Avenue" 

Cabbage, To prohibit laying in field or garden uncovered. 



Campbell Park Transfer, Control of, to W. Park Commissioners. 



Carouse) Is, To Regulate. 



I 

Cattle, To prohibit driving in streets E. of State st -| 

Centre St., Changing name to "Bond Avenue" 

Chase ave., Changing name to "Summers Avenue" 

Cigarettes and Whisky Drops, etc. Prohibit sale of to minors. ... 



City Council, Concerning adjournment of 

City Council, Fixing Regular Meeting, Dec. 11, 1889. . 
City Council, Fixing Regular Meeting, April 3, 1890. 
City Council, Fixing Regular Meeting, April 8, 1890. . 



City Funds, Designating Banks for deposit of , -| 

Clay St., Changing name to " Argyle Street " 

Clyde St., Changing name to " Osgood Street " 

Code, Municipal (Amend Sec. 1727, Wagons) 

Code, Municipal (Amend Sec. 1312, Gambling) 

Conduits, Permit to use for telegraph and telephone wires 

Cork St., Changing name to " Centennial Court." 

Crane Bros. Mfg. Co., Permit to lay pipes on Desplaines st 

Crane Bros. Mfg. Co., Permit to lay oil pipe line ' 

Curb Walls, Eighteenth st., from Wood st. to Western ave., height of. . 

Deadly Weapons, For penalty selling, using, carrying, etc | 

Dearborn Park, Board Direct. Pub. Lib. take charge of and construct 
Memorial Hall 



Presented and 
Referred. 


Reported. 


Passed. 


Lost or Filed. 


Reconsidered. 


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166 






167 




167 






64 




64 






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48 




48 






86 




99 






208 






m 




807 




336 






405 




405 






1460 




146U 






568 




568 






678 










1048 






1315 


1522 


1522 








722 










1525 










68 






68 




467 




1042 






314 




314 






375 






532 




1438 




1438 






203 










41 










191 










250 










355 






379 




186 




186 






951 




951 






109 










907 










1061 










537 




537 






558 




558 






759 


759 






444 




446 






501 










533 










556 




556 






142 










262 




374 






1099 










1093 










1206 










1312 




1312 






184 










252 






344 




774 




"774. 






1481 




1481 






1508 




15. '8 






58 










106 






luS 




213 










446 










476 




476 






551 










1209 






1209 




1097 










552 










1354 










498 










573 










500 










1056 










1302 










74 










150 










651 










1525 











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OIIDINANCKS-C.mf/Hued. 



Dcillc'jitloii of Alh'y In Dwj'cr & Duvisoii's Sub.. A(:cej)taiiccj of 

DcliiKluciit Spf«cl. AHst. List, (;ity Collector report to Co. Treasurer 

I )i pt. I'uhlic Works, 'I'o amend Coiie CreatiUK' Exi-eul ive Dept 

Dept. rublie Work.s, To Create 



Distriet Heat and Liffht Co., Riffhts to -j 

Dock Lines in Sees. 5 and 6, 38, 14 

Dogs, Conccrningr Impounding and Licensing j 

Douphis Parlt IM., Chanfrin^ name to '*Wa8ht)urne Avenue" -| 

Dowdlc it MeWharter. Permit to lay track across Halsted st 

Drains, -Aiiislie St., Evanston ave. to E. terminus. Repeal 

Drains, Avenue " C," Sixty-nintli to Scventy-flrst sis.. Repeal 

Drains, To be laid as soon as Ordinance is passed 



Eight Hours, To be made a Legal day's work. 



Election, Calling- in New Wards for Aldermen. 
Engineers, To establish Board of, etc 



Engineers and Firemen, Examination and licensing of. 



Extending Eigiity-third St., across Right of way C.,R.I.& P.R.R. . 
Extending Hermitage ave., from .Jackson st. to Ogden ave.. Repeal . 
Fire and Police Alarm Co., Rights to 



Ford. J. S. & Co., For Switch track Cross. Indiana ave. near Sixteenth st 

Fourth ave.. Changing name to " Custom House Place" 

Gail and Others, Permit for Switch track on Hawthorne ave 

Gambling, To at)olish Policy Shops and Games 

Gambling. Amend Code Concerning (Sec. 1312) 

Garbage, Prohibit dumping into the Lake 

Garbage, Boxes, to regulate keeping of 

Gas, Standard Gas Light and Fuel Co., Granting rights to 

Gas, Reformed Gas Light and Fuel Co., Granting rights to 

Gas, Reformed Gas Light and Fuel Co., Permit for Gas Works 



— / 

r 

Gas, Mutual Fuel Gas Co., Permit to Extend Mains and Rights to -1 

I 

Gas, Chicago Fuel Gas Co., Permit for Gas Works ] 

Gates, P. W., Permit for Switch track on West Water st 

Grade, Ashland ave., from Graceland ave. to Belle Plaine ave 

Grade, Belden ha e., from North Park ave. to Sedgwick st 

Grade, Belmont ave.. from Armitage ave. to Lawrence ave. 

Grade, Blue Island ave. from Twenty-first to Twenty-second sts 

Grade, Exchange ave. from Eighty-seventh st. to 100 ft, N. of Ninety- 
second st 

Grade, Forty-seventh st. from State st. to Grand boul 

Grade. Graceland ave., from Perry st. to 1047 ft. E. of Clark st 

Grade, Lake ave., from Fortieth st. to Union Stock Yards R. R 

Grade, Madison st. S. W. Curb line at Oakley ave 

Grade, Millard ave.. Sees. 23 and 26. 39. 13 

Grade, Ogles by ave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Seventy-first st 

Grade, Oglesbyave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Seventy-first St., Repeal. 

Grade, Stewart ave., from Thii*ty-fourth st. to Egan ave 

Grade, St. Louis ave., cor. of Twenty-second st 

Grade, On Sundry sts.. To Establish 



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Grade, On Sundry sts., Hyde Park Dist., To Establish 



Grade; Sundry Streets in Lake District 

Grade, In Sees. 23 and 26, T. 39, 13. To establish 



64 
1417 

«79 
1049 
22 
Vix 
5H9 
8H 
115 
62 
131 
84 
1301 
1339 
1345 
16 
30 
110 
159 
188 
3:^7 
722 
467 
1073 
1522 
742 
860 
62 
857 
1342 
101 
1114 
111 
467 
498 
395 
849 
262 
305 
333 
375 
466 
689 
695 
1052 
791 
849 
315 
1090 
646 
848 
98 

1030 
848 

1091) 
375 
65 
296 
597'! 

1337, 
I 435 
1 1090, 
548! 
I 403 
11.50 
11151 
1293 
[1510 
11.511 
!l2S8 
11361 
I 548 



I 
•a 



64 
1417 



569 



62 
131 

84 



16 



213 

379 



1312 
1522 

913 
62 



1114 
111 



395 
849 



1O90 

848 
98 

1030 

1093 
39 
65 
296 
.5971 

1337; 
4:351 

1090 
r;48 
403 



1510 
1.511 
1288 
1361 
548 



INDEX 



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ORJ)lNA.yCES— Continued. 



Grade, Sundry Sti-eets in Sec. 26, 39, 14, in Tenth Ward 

Grade. Sundry Streets In Sees. 1, 3, 25, and 35, T. 39, 13 

Grade, Twenty-second St.. from Brown st. to Laurel st 

Grade, Yates ave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Seventy-first St., To Estab- 
lish 

Grade, Yates ave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Seventy-fii-st St., Repeal. . . 

Grant St., Change name to "Germania Place." 

Greg-ston, Saml., Permit to occupy Alley space rear of Lot 16, Blk 142, j 
S. S. Addn , I 



Harbor Ordinance, To Revise. 



Harbor, Outer, To Establish Street in. 



Hampden Ct., Changing Name to "Linden Place." 

Harding ave., Changing Name to "Summers avenue." 

Heldman, Ernst, Permit for Switch track on Lumber st 

Hegewich ave., Changing Name to "Bond avenue." 

House of Detention, Women and Children, To Construct ^ 

Huntingdon st„ Changing Name to "Argyle street." 

Hydraulic Mchy. & Power Co., Permit for pipes for supplying water 
under high water pressure 

Improvement, AlJey, Block 3, Taylor's Subn., RepeMi 

Improvement, Alley, Block 4, Fracl. Sec. 1.5 Addn., Repeal 

Improvement. Alleys, Block 10, Union Park 2d Addn., Repeal 

Improvement, Allevs, Blocks 12 and 15, W. Yz andsW. Yz N.E. li Sec. 17, J 
39, 14, Repeal ( 

Improvement, Alleys, Blocks 17, W. Yz and W. Y2 N. E. J£ Sec. 17, 39, 14, 
Repeal 

Improvement, Alleys, Block 18, W. Y2 and W. Y2 N. E. 34 Sec. 17, 39, 14, 
Repeal 

Improvement, Alleys, Block 19, W. M and W. H N. E. K Sec. 17,-39, 14, 
Repeal 

Improvement, Alleys, Block 28, W. Y2 and W. Y2 N. E. Yi Sec. 17, 39, 14, 
Repeal 

Improvement, Alleys, S. Y2 Blocks 42, Sec. 7, Repeal 

Improvement, Alley between Ann, Elizabeth, Lake, and Fulton sts.. Re- 
peal 

Improvement, Alleys between Centre ave., Lytle St., Gilpin pi., and Mc- 
Allister pi.. Repeal 

Improvement, Alley between Cottage Grove ave., I. C. R. R., Grove- 
land and Woodland Parks, Repeal 

Improvement, i^lley between Kighteenth and Twentieth sts., Wabash 
and Michigan aves. Repeal 

Improvement, Alley between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth sts., 
and Indiana and Michigan aves.. Repeal 

Improvement, Alley between Thirty-fourth St., Douglas, Indiana, and 
Michigan aves., Repeal 

Improvement, Alley between Thirty-eighth St., Egan ave.. State and 
Dearborn sts.. Repeal 

Improvement, Ann St., from Fulton st. to C. & N. W. R. R.. Repeal 

Improvement, Bon ney ave., from Ogdeu ave. to Twenty-sixth St., Re- 
peal 

Impi-ovement, Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Douglas Park, Re- 
peal 

Improvement, Clark St., from Sixteenth st. to yXrcher ave.. Repeal 

Improvement, Congress St., from Loomis st. to Ogden ave., Repeal 



Impi'ovement, Ellis ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave.. Repeal 



-I 



Improvement, Emerald ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Egan ave., Re 
peal 

Improvement, Fifty-fifth St., Repeal 

Improvement, Flourooy st., from Leavitt st. to Oakley st.. Repeal 

Improvement, Fulton St.. from California ave to Kedzie ave 

Improvement, Hamlin ave., from Ogden ave. to Thirty-first St., Repeal 

Improvement, Indiana St., from Tinkham ave. to Crawford ave., Repeal 

Improvement, Jackson St., from Sacramento ave. to Central Park ave.. 
Repeal 

Improvement. La Salle St., from Randolph st. to Lake St., Repeal 

Improvement, Lake ave., Repeal 



Sit 

0, 23 



677 
1428 
1288 



597 
1337 
1237 
212 
264 
526 
647 
1190 
528 
726 
1062 
1237 
1093 
1093 
1099 
263 
34 1 
1097 

470 
910 
547 
495 
1148 
1200 

756 

432 

38 

1432 
1199 

495 

1433 

405 

286 

61 

369 

1286 
203 

1031 

43.^ 
1287 
439 
203 
207 



62 
1298 
1149 
309 
laSH 

37 

1500 
H7 
1298 



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67. 
1428 
1288 

597 
1337 



910 
547 
495 
1148 
1200 

756 

432 



1432 
1199 

495 

1433 

405 

286 

61 

369 

1286 
203 

1031 

433 
1287 
439 
203 
207 
567 

6? 

1149 

1338 
37 

1500 
37 



o 

o 



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1190 



872 



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( )KI )I NANCKS-CoN/mifed 



liiiprovcnuMit. Linviidiilo ttvc. from 'rwciity-sJxth St. to Thirty-llrst Ht., 

H('P<'"I 

ImproN cinciil, MichiK'im nt.., from (Murk Kt. toN. Wator Kt., llopf;al 

i nipro\ cmciu. Ninetieth St., froiri TIk; Strand to MaiiiKte(! uve., Uepeal 
Iniproveniciit, Ontario st., from (Jlarlt Kt. to St. Clair Ht., Jtcpeal 



'P 

I mpro\ cnient, Sedj^-wiek St., from Erie st. to Chicago avo., llepeal 
Jmprovement, Sevcnty-llf th St., from State st. to Cottage Grove ave., 

UeiXMil 

Improvement, Springer avo.. Repeal 

Improvenu'nt, Streets to be done the year followinju: passajce of the Or- 

dinaiiee 

Improvement, Superior St., from Franklin st. to W. terminus., Repeal. 
Improvement, Tliirtieth St., fr»m Portland ave. to Stewart ave.. Repeal 
Improvement, Thirty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Auburn St., Repeal 
Improvement, Twenty-second St., from C, B. & Q. R. R. to Lawndale 

ave.. Repeal 

Improvement, Twenty-third St., from Central Park ave. to Hamlin ave., 

Repeal 

Improvement, Twenty-eighth St., from Stewart ave. to Wallace St., Re- 
peal 

Improvement, Wood St., from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave.. Repeal 

Improvement, Wood st., from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth St., Repeal. .. -| 

Indiana St., Chang-inj? name to "Grant Street" 

Inspection, S^eam Boilers^ Amend Code, Con 

.Jackson st., Chang-ing- name to "Argyle Street" 

Johnson pi., Changing namp to "Elmwood Avenue" 

Junk Dealers, To prohibit Purchase and Sale of Mechanic's Tools 

Kosciusko St., Changing name to "'Belden Street" 

Lake Fi-ont Property, Providing for Sale of 

Laborers (Adult), To be paid not less than $1.50 per day 

Linden st,. Changing name to "Belden Street" 

Liquors, etc.. To Regulate Sale of in Annexed Territory. . 

Lottery Tickets and Pool Selling, To Abolish 

Magnetic Police and Fire Alarm Co., Rights to -j 

Marshal Field & Co., Permit, Storm Doors and Show Windows at Retail 

store 

May St., Changing name to "Summers Avenue" 

McVlcker, Permit to Exavate Alley rear Lot II, Blk. 142, S. S, Addn. . . . 

Mentmore St., Changing name to "Belden Street" 

Michigan St., Changing name to "Missouri Street" 

Milk, To Repeal License Ordinance 

Miller, Fred., Brewing Co., Permit to lay track cross Carroll ave 

Mutual Fuel Gas Co., Rights to 

Municipal Code, Amend Sec. 1313 (Gambling) 

Municipal Code, Amend Sec. 1727 (wagons). 



National Transit Co., For rights to lay pipe lines 



Nicolett ave.. Changing name to "Euclid Avenue," Repeal. 



Nuisance, Privy Vaults fronting on streets, etc.. To prohibit 

Oak ave.. Changing name to "Tliirty-sixth Street" 

Oak St., Changing name to "Argyle Street" 

Oakley ave. and Madison st.. Grade at S. W. curb line 

Oil, Inspector, Fees of. Concerning \ 



Oil, Crude Petrolium, Prohibit storing in certain localities. 
Oil, Hanford, P. C. & Co., Permit for pipe lines. Vetoed — 



Storage, Amend Code Concerning Sec. 883. 



Oil. 

Ontario ave.. Changing name to "Bond Avenue". 

Open Alley, S. F. Smith's Sub.. Repeal 

Open Alley, Block 1^ S. F. Smith's Sub., Repeal 



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Reported. 




o 


fi22 




622 




12Hf; 




I2HH 




12HU 




1289 




12H.5 




1285 




1«8 




168 




1234 




1234 




264 






264 


134.5 








168 




168 




1114 




1114 




432 




432 




1148 




1148 




1338 




1338 




433 




433 




151 




151 




206 




206 




27;i 




273 




1168 








632 








1097 








1092 




1092 




722 




871 




1238 








220 






346 


945 








1238 








183 




183 




440 




440 




8.57 








1342 








251 




251 




1093 








437 








1238 








1168 








6.52 






652 


85 








689 








10.52 






1052 


498 








13.54 








262 






262 


1050 






10.5" 


1053 






1053 


132 




132 




170 








349 






349 


242 








1092 




1092 




1097 








65 




65 




15 








42 








170 








1050 






1050 


O " 

40 




25 




237 








275 








326 








390 








65 








137 








262 






262 


1099 








944 








1058 




1058 





INDEX 



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ORDINANCES— ConiMiwed 



Open Alley, Block 3, Ellis' W. Divisioa, Repeal 

Open Alley, Blocks 7 and 8, School See. Add., Repeal 

Open Alley in Butler & Lowry's Crawford Ave. Add 

Open Alley in Clark & Sharp's Sub., W. S. W. 14 Sec. 3, 34, 14 

Open Alley bet. Huron, Superior, Robey, and Hoyne sts., Repeal j 

Open Alley bet. Falls St., California ave.,Pai'k ave. and Lake St., Repeal 
Open Alleys Block 11, Watson et al. Sub., W. 1/2 N. W. M Sec. 6, 39, 14, j 

Amend 1 

Open Alley from Thirty-seventh st. to S. line Sub. Lot 10, Lot 71 Ellis' 

Add., Repeal 

Open Alley from E. line Downs & Bielenberg's Addn., bet. Nicolett ave. 

and Fulton St., Repeal 

Open alley from E. line Downs & Bielenberg's Adda., bet, Nicolett ave. 

and Fulton St., Repeal 

Open Aberdeen st. from Polk st. to Damon st., Repeal — 

Open Hoyne ave., from Wabansia ave. to Milwaukee ave.. Repeal. . . 

Open and Widen Kedzie ave,. from Central Parkboul. to Chicago ave.. 
Repeal 

Open Kinzie st. from Sacramento ave. to Harding- ave.. Repeal 

Open Laflin st., from Sixty-seventh st. to Sixty-ninth St., Repeal 

Open 8i«tj'-second St., from South Park ave. to State st 

Open Sixty-eighth st., from Loomis st. to Ashland ave.. Repeal 

Open Street E. of Rockwell st. bet. Madison and Monroe sts 

Open Street E. of RockAvell St. bet. Madison and Monroe sts — — 

Ooen Taylor St., from Wabansia ave. to California ave.. Repeal 

Open and Widen Washtenaw ave. from Harrison st. to Washing-ton 
boul.. Repeal. » 

Outer Harbor, To establish street in, '. 



Park St., Changing name to "Wicker Park Court" 
Petroleum, Crude, Prohibit storing bet. Kinzie, Rockwell and Lake sts. 
and Oakley ave 

PI asure Driveway, On Fifty-first st., from East End ave. to Drexelj 
boul I 

Police Badges, Repealing Order adopting other than stars. Repeal j 

Police Courts, Establishing in annexed territory 

Police and Fire Alarm Co., Rights to -| 

Pool Selling and Lottery Ticket Selling, To abolish. -j 

Pounds, Amend Code Concerning (Sec. 1807) : 

Pounds, Limits to extend in West Division 

Po inds. Limits to extend and establish in annexed territory 

Protection, For better, of life and property 

Prospect Place, Changing- Name to "Thirty-sixth street.". 

Quincy St., Permit to property owners to excavate 

Quarantine Grounds, Concerning Validity of sale of 

Roadway, Adams st. from Kedzie ave. to Central Park ave 

Roadway, Albany ave. , from Madison st. to Kinzie st 

Roadway, Albany ave. Colorado ave. to Harrison st; 

Roadway, Bonney ave., from Gordon Terrace to Deming- Ct 

Roadway, Burling st , from Centre St. to. Webster ave 

Roadwav, Central Park ave. , from Douglas Park boul. to Twenty-sec- 
ond st 

Roadway, Cicero Ct., from Van Buren st. to Congress st 

Roadway, Clay St., from Sheffield ave, to Halsted st 

Roadway, Congress st 

Roadway, Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood boul. to Fifty.flfth st 

Roadway, Crystal St.. from Leavitt st. to E. terminus. 

Roadway, Cypress St., from Kendall ave. to Twelfth st 

Roadway, Ellis ave., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-fifth st 

Roadway, Ellis ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third st 

Roadway, Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave 

Roadway, Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard St. . . . .... 

Roadway, Flournoy St., from Rockwell st. to Kedzie ave 

Roadway, Florence ave., from Wrightwood ave. to Diversey st 



^ ID 

Q-i 



434 
148 
597 
463 
115 
133 
463 
533 
597 

1338 

638 

718 
1500 
85 
114 
160 

36 
531 

1337 
464 

1337 
369 
370 
370 

439 
538 
736 
1063 
1119 

170 
1133 
1363 
1436 
33 
67 
741 
857 
1343 
440 
441 
187 
287 
571 
350 
1093 
373 
396 
133 
153 
1114 
1030 
494 

941 
385 
156 
1337 
1497 
1089 
130 
1360 
1438 
148 
1496 
63 
494 



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25 



CO 

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434 
148 

597 
463 



463 
533 
597 

1338 



718 
1500 



160 

36 
531 
1337 

1337 

370 
370 

439 



Roadwaj^ Florimond st (l3;37 



1436 
67 



440 
44] 
187 
387 



1093 

396 
133 
167 
1114 
1030 
494 

941 
385 
156 
1337 
1497 
1089 
130 
1360 
1438 
148 
1496 
63 
494 
1337 



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OKDI N A Si'KS—Contiiuud. 



Koiulwiiy, Fifty-Mil li st., from T/iiU<' avc. to (,'ottnif(! fJrovo avo 

Koiidwiiy, i'DiiysccoiKl si., Iioiii SIuIckI. Io < lol I litre (jIOVO live 

I{i>uiiwiiy, l''()rly-l liiifl Hi . , I'loiii Sliilest. lo (j iv-ciiwood avc 

|{oaiiway, l-'oily-l liird st,, from I. (". It. li. to (J recti wood av(; 

Koadway, l-'orl y-ll llli st., from I. (!. It. It. loOaUciiwald avo 

itoadway, l'\)riy-si.\(h St., I'rom Slate st. to Dre.vel boul 

Itoadway, l''iaii{'isc() st,, Iroiii Lake St.. to Kinzie st 

Moadway, Fulton sr., from Kc(l/,i(> avc. to (.'(Mitral I'ark avo 

Itoadway. (Jrcenwood avo., from Si.xtioth st to Si.xty-ti.ird st 

Hondway, drove Ct., from L;irral)e(; st. to Orchard sr 

Koadwajs Irviiif^ avo.. from Fulton st. to Kinzio st 

Hoadways, Lake View Disti-iot, sundry str(;ets 

Roadway, Lan;iloy ave., from Forty-second st to Fifty-first st 

Itoadway. Lincolii ave., from Helmontavo. to North Fifty-ninth st 

I{oa<l\vay. Madison St., from Crawford avo. to P'ortv-eighth st 

Roadway, Macedonia St., from Division st. to Ellen st 

Roadway, Millard ave.. from Og-denave. to Twenty-sixth st 

Roadway. Monroe St., from Albany avo. to Kedzlo ave 

Roadway, North ave., from Rockwell sr. to California ave 

Roadway, Oakley ave., from Division st. to Wabansia ave 

Roadway, Pine Grove ave., from Cornelia st. to Grace st 

Roadway, Sheffield ave , from Graceland ave. to Sulzer st 

Roadway, Shober St., to establish 

Roadway, Sibley St. from Harrison Pt. to McAllister PI 

Roadway, Sixty-second st., fi'om Greenwood ave. to Cottage Grove ave 

Roadway, Spaulding- ave., from Ogden ave to C, B. & Q. R. R 

Roadway, Spruce St.. from Loomis St. to Laflin sf 

Roadway, Sulzer St., from Southport ave. to Racine ave 

Roadway, Superior St., from Kobey st. to Hoyiie ave 

Roadway, Sundry streets in Twentv-fifth Ward 

Roadway, Sundrv streets in Hyde Park District 

Roadway. Thirty-fourth St., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave 

Roadway, Thirty-fourth St., from Rhodes ave, to Cotta.ge Grove ave 

Roadway, Thirty-eighth st., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes ave, 

Roadway, Thirty-eighth St., from Wabash ave. to Wentworth ave 

Roadway, Troy St.. from Twelfth st to Douglas Park boul 

Roadway, Twenty-second st., from Western ave. to TrumbulKave 

Roadway, Twenty-sixth st., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave 

Roadway, Vincerines ave., from Fortv-seventh st. to Fifty-first st. 

Roadway, Washtenaw ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Roadway, West Ravenswood Park, from Sulzer st. to Lawrence ave 

Roadway, Wharton ave., from Sixtj'-tbird st. to Sixty-Fifth st 

Rates of fare Charged by Street Car Co.'s, To regulate 

Rand, McNally & Co., et al.. Permission to Excavate under Quiney st. . 

Rhine St., Changing name to "Belden Street" 

Railroads, A., T. & S. Fe., For switch cross Fifteenth st 

Railroads, C, M. & N., Granting franchisp to \ 

Railroads, C, M. & St. P., Permit to extend switch track, Bkomingdale 

road 

Railroads, C, St. L. & P., Permit to part of Rockwell st 
Railroads, C. St. L. & P., Order to vacate Rockwell st . 
Railroads, Chi. & State Line Terminal, Permit to construct and operate 

Railroads, I. C, Permit to use part of Lake ave. 



Amended. 



Railroads, L.S.& M.S., Permit to cross Sixteenth and Seventeenth sts.-j 

Railroads, Switch or track, Permit to Dowdle et al., for (cross Halsted st) 

Railroa'^s, Switch or track, Per-mit to Ford et al., for (cross Indiana ave.) 

Railroads, Switch or track, Permit to Gail et al., for (on Hawthorne 
ave.) 

Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Gates. P. W., for (on W. Water ( 
St.) '( 

Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Johnson, et al., for (cross Indi- J 
ana ave.) I 

Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Miller Brewing Co., for (cross 
Carroll ave.) 

Railroads, Switch or track, Permit to Benner & Co., for (cross Six- 
teenth and Laflin sts 

Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Brittani, W. B , et al., for (Wal-| 
lace. Sixty-ninth and Seventieth sts.) 



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1427 

v.m 

I4!il5 
1089 

m'.i 
]m 

!t41 

vm 

lOHH 

2m 

.370 
5(1 
ni2 
1428 
1336 
1336 
.573 
1090 
1428 
1337 
324 
1089 
499 
788 
847 
621 
1337 
202 
494 
1337 
182 
1088 
1069 
10911 
521 
1360 
988 
346 
1238 
1261 
208 
329 



348 
270 
297 
623 
328 
348 
694 
136 
266 
389 
84 
101 

111 
315 
532 
157 
190 

85 

1305 

1347 



I 
XL 
o 

0. 
X 



379 
270 
297 



6g4 
694 

312 
411 

84 



111 

630 
190 



267 



INDEX 



CXIX 



PAGE 



OEDINAXCES— Coj^nii/cd. 



Railroads, Switch or traclt, Permit to Burmilier & Unziker, for (on 

Hawthorne ave.) 

Railroads, Switch or track, Permit to Carding Matting Co., for (on 

Cherry ave.) 

Railroads,Switch or track, Permit to Heldmaier,Ernst, f or (on Lumber st) 
Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Keys & Thatcher, for Block 11, 

Wright & Webster's Subdn 

Railroads, Switch or track, Permit for on Rockwell st. from Lake to 

Falton sts 

Railroads. Switch or track, Permit to Slezdianoski, J. L., for (cross 

Alley Block 30, Elston's Addn 

Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Shipman, D. B., for (cross Fif 

teenth st.) 

Railroads, Switch or track. Permit to Tudor Buggy Co., for (cross 

Stewart ave.) 

Railroads, Switch or track, Permit to Williams, N. A., for (cross Rock 

well St.) 



Railroads Chicago & Cook Co. Pass, and Dummy, For "L" Road 

Milwaukee ave 

Railroads, West Division "L," On Rights to 



Railroads, Chicago Passenger Co., Permit for track Western ave. 



Railroads, Chicago West Division, Permit for track Ashland ave 

Railroads, Consolidated Rapid Transit and "L" Co.. Take from File and 
Refer 



r 

Railroads, N. C. St., Permit for track, Chicago ave., Larrabee st. to] 
Mihvaukee ave | 

Railroads, Union Passenger, Permit for tracks, Taylor St., Clark st. J 
to Western ave 1 

Railroads, Union Passenger, Permit for tracks, Ashland ave., Thlr 
teenth to Wood sts 



■^1 



r 

Railroads, West Chicago Rapid Transit Co., To construct *'L" Road, ! 

etc 1 

Suplemental [ 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., to construct, etc., on Armi 

tage ave 

Amended 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., To construct, etc., on Ashland 
ave., from Twelfth to Twenty-second sts 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., To construct, etc., on Ashland 
ave., from Erie to Lake sts 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., To construct, etc., on W. Chi- 
cago and Can f'ornia aves 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Extend tracks on W. Chicago 
ave 

Railroads. West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Colorado ave., from 
California to Crawford aves 



Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Eighteenth st.,f rom [ 
Halsted to State sts | 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Fourteenth st., from 
Canal to Robey sts 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Kedzie ave., from 
Madison to Twelfth sts 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Laflin St., from Cali- 
fornia ave. to Simons st 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Milwaukee ave.,j 
from Armitage to Fullerton aves ) 

Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on State St., from j 
Madison to Washington sts , 1 

r 



^ (D 



75 

204 
1121 

633 
1095 

637 

1163 

1050 
7.59 
1057 
1320 

.573 
'646 
234 
764 
1228 
1225 

1311 
154 
373 
411 

766 
550 
726 

575 
641 
1078 
1124 
1183 
154 
759 
1066 



u 
O 
P. 



0) 

tn 

03 

Ph 



-a 



O 

CO 

O 



Railroads, West Chicago Street Ry. Co., Track on Tavlor St., from) 
from Fifth ave. to Canal St., and on Canal st. to Western ave. ) 

Vetoed.... | 
Amended L 



1223 

73 

90 

1220 
234 
332 
1063 
3210 

1215 

1212 

857 
268 
308 
1094 
1230 
1242 
155 
534 
728 
876 
876 
1068 



75 



1349 



1244 



646 
646 



1317 



645 



1176 
1183 

1040 
1066 



73 
90 



645 



863 
876 

J1C68. 



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'S 
a 

o 
o 
a> 
Pi 



n3 



O 
o 
o 
03 



IND£X 



-PAGB- 



S 



UllDI N AN CES—ContinvC(L 



i 



Railroads, West Chicairo Street Ry. Co., Track on Twelfth St.. from I 
URtlen to Western avcs Amendment. .. } 

Railroads. West Chica^ro Street Ry. Co.. Track on Western ave 
from Lake st. to Milwaukee ave 

Railroads, West Chicapo Street Ry. Co., Track on Western ave., from 

Twelfth St- to Twenty-siith st ( 

Railroads. West Chieagt) Street Ry. Co., Permit for tracks on Western 

ave., Ashlend ave.. Fourteenth St., Colorado ave., Kedzie ave.. 

Robey st. and Halsted st 

Railroads, To Compel Co 's to place pates at Crossing? 

Railroads, To Divide City into R. R. Districts, and prevent Accidents at 

Crossiufs 

Repeal f 

New Order | 

Railroad s. To Regulate Speed of trains in City limits -{ 

VetoeJ 



184 

360 

I 

1217 
1.3:9 

1*17 



Railroads, Fortran 
lines 



?fer tickets, and regnlatinp fares on street car J 
I 



Sidewalks. Aldine St.. from Eo^an ave. to X. terminus 

Sidewalks. Champlain ave.. from Forty-fiftli st. to Forty-sixth st 

Sidewalks. Doug-las Park PU fi-om Washtenaw ave. to California ave.. 

Repeal 

Sidewalks. Commercial ave.,- from Eighty-fifth st. to alley S. of Ninety- 
first sr., Repeal 

Sidewalks. Cross St.. from Lyman st. to Thirty-first sr.. Repeal 

Sidewalks. Indiana ave.. Ea-an are. to Forty-third St., Repeal 

Sidewalks. La Salle sr.. from Archer ave. to Sixteenth st.. Repeal 

Sidewalks. Michigan St., from Wells st. to State sr.. Repeal 

Sidewalks. Paulina St.. from Armitage ave. to Commercial ave.. Repeal 

Sidewalks. PoLfe St., from Centre ave. to Ljrtle st 

Sidewalks. Seventy-third St.. from Jeffrey ave. to Tates ave.. Repeal. .. 

Sidewalks, Twentieth St.. from Throop st. to W. terminus 

Sidewalks. Twenty-fifth St., from Butler st. to Sanger St., Repeal 

Sidewalks. Wabash ave., from Twelfth st. to Twenty-second st.. Repeal. 

Sidewalks. Wells St., from Chicago River to Indiana St., Repeal 

Sidewalks. Wentworth ave., from Sixteenth st. to Eighteenth St., Repeal 

Sidewalks. Winchester ave.. from. Madison st. to Polk St.. Eepeal 

Sidewalks. Wood St.. from Harrison st. to Blue Island ave., Eepeal 

Sidewalks Spac^. Austin ave.. from Western ave. to Alley West 

Sidewait Space, Banwans St.. from Blackhawk st. to Ashland ave. 

Sidewalk Space. Belleview Place and Polk s: 

Sidewalk Space. BisseH St., from Dayton st. to Willow st -j 

Sidewalk Space, Block St.. from North ave. to Eugene st 

Sidewalk Space. Brompton ave.. from Halsted st. to Evanston ave 

Sidewalk Space. Central ave.. from Randolph st. to S. Water st 

Sidewalk Space. Central Park ave.. from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second 

st 

Sidewalk Space, Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood boul. to Fifty-fifth 



Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 

Sidewalk 

Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 



Space, Division St., from California nve. to Sacramento are. . 

Space. Fry St.. from Holt st. to Ashland ave 

Space. Hull St.. from Eugene st. to Menomonee st 

Space. Hinsche St.. from Clyboum ave. to Blackhawk st... . 

Space. Holt st.. from Chicago ave. to Augusta st 

Space. Lytle St., from Macalister pi. to Gilpin pi 

Space. Maiiison st.. from Bobey St. to Western ave -| 

Space. Maple St., from Dearborn ave. to Clark st 



pace. Polk st. and Belleview pi 

Sidewalk S|>ace, Sedgwick Ct., from Division st. to Elm st 

pace. Sr. Michaels Ct., from Noi^n ave. to Eueene st 



761 
10S2 

W4 

1414 
1415 
5it5 
nlS 
604 
734 
859 
9S8 
1^ 
14-33 
1432 

73 

1499 
639 
1149 
10^ 
1286 
.3S 
133P 
l:36Ct 
J3 
54S 

1287 

323 
387 
21 

63; 

,t67 
409 
aOl 
403 
568 

850 

i 

1497 
4.S4 
289 
402 

1198 
290 
to] 
131 

2J1 
567 



Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 
Sidewalk 



Space Tell Ct., from Franklin sr to Sedgwick st . 
Space, Tell Ct.. from Franklin st. to WeJls st 




T 




1 iN .1, 


t 
c 

e 
*£ 


u 


i 


mm 

c 


c 


E. 


1 












X 




134 
















1528 








1526 


i 






lOBS 








1374 












1414 




1448 








1316 








73 








1499 








b72 








U49 








1266 








1386 






' 38 




1339 




. -J 
.J 








9Cr> 




12S7 




;i2>65 






323, 






387 






21 






63 






567 








409 








501 








402 








568 








83 








1497 








434 








289 








402 








1498 








290 
















131 








231 








567 








502 








601 








S46| 






167 ' 




1 


1497j i 





INDEX 



CXXI 



OB.m'NA'KC^ES— Continued. 



Sidewalk space. Street from Eugene to Menomonee sts., bet. Sedgwick 

and Hudson sts 

Sidewalk space. Thirty-third St., from Ullman st. to Fox st 

Sidewalk space. Twentieth st., from Robey st. to Hoyne st 

Sidewalk space, Twenty-second St., from Albany ave. to Homan ave. .. 

Sidewalk space. Western ave., from Austin ave. to Grand ave 

Sidewalk space, W, Ravens wood Park, from Sulzer st. to Lawrence ave 

Saloons, Regulation of in Annexed Territory 

Saloons, To Prohibit Opening on Sundays 

Sanitary, Police, to Appoint Five Females 

Second Hand, Dealers Prohibit Purchase and Sale of Mechanic's Tools. 

Sewer, Fifty-fourth st., from Halsted st. to Morgan st 

Sewer, Noble ave., from Southport ave. to Perry st., Repeal 

Sewer, To be paid for by Special Assessment | 

Sling Shots, Regulating Use of 

Special Assessment, Delinquent List, Report to Co. Treasurer 

Steam Boilers, Amend Code Concerning 

Sream Boilers, Inspection, To Amend Ordinance 

Stone Used in Public Building to be Quarried in Illinois, Only 



Storage of Oils, To Amend Code Concerning Sec. 883, etc. 



Straighten, Tracy ave. through Block 3, Marquart and Johnson's Subn. 

Street running E. from Halsted st. naming "Fair Place" - 

South Side Heat and Power Co., Permit to lay pipes 

Summers St., Changing name to "Summers Avenue 

Syracuse ave., Changing name to "Summers Avenue" 

Telephone Companies, Concerning Rates to be Charged 

Telephone Companies, To Reduce Rates for 

Third ave., Changing name to "Plymouth Place" 

Town of Hyde Park, Designating place for transaction of official busi- 
ness in 

Town of Hyde Park, Designating place of holding town meetings 

Twenty-fifth Ward, To Create -j 

Vacate. Alley, Block 3, Assessor's Div. N. 14 S. E. K Sec. 20, 39, 14 

Vacate, Alley, Block 4, Springer & Fox's Adon 

Vacate, Alley, Lowry's Crawford Ave. Addn 

V^acate Alley, Clark & Sharp's Sub. W. 14 S. W. 14 Sec. 3, 38, 14 

Vacate Alley, Block 11, Watson, Tower & Davis' Sub. Sec. 6, 39 

Amend ., 

Vacate, Rockwell St., part of. 

Vacate, Wharf St., from Lumber st. to Chicago River 

Veto, W. Chi. St. Ry. Co.'s, for track Taylor St., from Fifth to Western 

aves 

Washington ave.. Changing name to "La Fayette Avenue." 

Water, Hydraulic Mchy. & Power Co., Permit for pipes - 

Water Mains, To Extend 1 

Water Pipes, In Third ave. or Avenue K, Repeal 

Water Rates, To establish asst. for 1889 and 1890 



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o 



o 
p. 



Water Rates, To Revise. 



Water Tax, Rebate to Military Organizations 

Water Service Pipes, Ainslie st., from Evanston ave. to E. terminus. . . 
Water Service Pipes. To be laid as soon as Ordinance is passed for. . . . 

Ward Boundaries in annexed territory. Concerning ; 

Weighing Machines, To License 

West T>ark Commissioners, To Control part Warren ave , 

Widen Albany ave., through Block 1, Douglas Park Addn. 

Widen Archer ave., from Bushnell to Sanger sts , 



Widen Chicago River, South of Van Buren st 

Widen Congress St., from State st. to Michigan ave.. Repeal 

Widen Taylor st., from Francisco st. to Sacramento ave.. Repeal. 
Widen Alley bet. Hall St., California and Park aves., and Lake st. . 

Wildwood Cemetery, To Establish 

Wyman & Co., Permit to lay switch track 



'a 

cS 



CO 

O 

i-:3 



403 




403 


529 




547 


131 




131 


1090 




1090 


21 




*71 


434 




434 


183 




183 


505 






309 




356 


498 






382 




396 


1091 




1091 


1351 




1351 


1354 






1063 




1063 


1417 




1417 


632 






467 






151 






65 






137 






1051 






547 




547 


166 




166 


171 






1093 






1093 




761 
573 




1123 




1123 


1372 




1372 


1406 


1406 


110 




190 




269 




64 


136 


597 


597 


464 


464 


533 




533 


597 




597 


297 




297 


74 






876 






1099 






470 






85 






1298 






16 




16 


32 






39 






1259 




1307 


242 




242 


1301 






1345 






623 






1442 






1062 






1335 




1335 


332 




332 


132 






271 




308 


71 




89 


369 




369 


463 




463 


406 






114 







o 
o 

a> 



a; 



o 
o 
o 



76 



74 



92 



633 
114 



VXWl 



INDKX 



( ) I I ) I N A N ( ' i ;s - 1 .A Ml* I •( )STS. 

Ada ^*t., Ifom Kiii/.lc St. to Aiirttiii live . .. I'liKHod W 

.\tlH St., fn)in Iinliaim Kt. to lOrii' Ht •' h-> 

AH)Hny HVO.^ from Miiillsoii SI . 1 1 1 ( 'olonulo hv(! •» 59 

Albany avr., from Ma<lis(Tii st. to LaUc st .' •' 4551 

Albany avc, from I'olk Ht. toTwi-itth Ht r»!t4 

Allpoi t av(>.. 1 l oiii Niin'i< niih St. to Twctity-socond 8t " \'>h 

Alaska St.. Iroin Lai rabcc st. to Town st " 4.^ 

Arch St., from Archer avc. to Thirty-first 8t " \ >n', 

Armour St., from Ohio St. to ( 'hicajfo uvc h-^ 

Arnjonr St., from ( )liio St. to Indiana Bt > 514 

Astor St., from Schiller St. to Hnrton pi " 49^^ 

Aniu-usta St., fn)m Wood st. to llobcy st 2OO 

Austin avc, from Forty-sixth st. to Hawkins ave 

Avers avc from Division St. to North ave " 595i 

Avon pi., from Uobey st. to Hoyne avc »♦ 4:i» 

IJanwans St., from Hlaekhawk st. to Ashland ave , " 8a 

Hclden avc, from Shefheld avc. to Southportave " 59 

llisscU St., from Dayton st. to Willow st " 430 

Bloom St., from Thirty-sixth st. to Thirty-eijrhth st " 

lilue Island ave., from Sixteenth st. to Twenty- tirst st " 429 

Hryn Mawe ave., from N. Clark st. to Evanston ave '• 1197 

Uuffalo ave , from One Hundred and Thirty-third st. to One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth st " S94 

Butler St., from Thirty-seventh St. to Egan ave " v*:A 

Biitterfield st., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-seventh st " m 

Byron St., f rom Halsted St. to E. terminus 492 

California ave., from Harrison st. to Twelfth st " 128 

California avc, from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave 128 

Calumet ave., from Thirty-seventh st. to 300 ft. north " e72 

Campbell Park, from Leavitt st. to Oakley st " I77 

Campbell avc, from Polk st. to Twelfth st '• oli 

Carpenter st., from Milwaukee ave. to C. •& N. W. R, R " 12^5 

Carroll ave., from Sacramento ave. to Homan ave " 594 

Central avc, from Randolph st. to S. Water st " 81 

Chicago Terrace, from Harding ave. to Crawford ave " 617 

Chicago avc, from 600 ft. E. of Pine St. to E. terminus " 67J 

Cleaver St., from Robey st. to Blanche st " 165 

Cleveland avc, from Wallace st. to Winter st " 575 

Clifton avc, from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st " 427 

Clybo urn ave., from Commercial St. to Robey st " 784 

Crawford avc, from Chicago avc to Augusta st " 594 

Crawford ave,, from Chicago ave. to Indiana st " 617 

Congress St., from Franklin st. to Market st " 81 

Cork St., from Ashland avc to Paulina st " I66 

Cottage Grove avc, from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-ninth st " 971 

Dania ave., from Division st. to North ave " 199 

Dayton St., from Willow St. to North ave " 59 

Deering St., from Cologne st. to Chicago River " 671 

Dickey St., from Seventy-seventh st. to Hawthorne ave " 1143 

Division St., from Kedzie ave. to Tinkham ave " 896 

Edgerton avc, from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first st " 970 

Eda St., from Wabash ave. to Indiana ave , " 515 

Elm St., from Market st to Sedgwick st '* 129 

Elk Grove St., from Wood st to North ave, " 342 

Emerson avc, from Leavitt st. to Oakley st *' 128 

Emerson avc, from Leavitt st. to Wood st " 342 

Emily avc, from Ashland st. to Wood st •. " 564 

Evans avc, from Forty-third St. to Forty-seventh st " 1112 

Emerald avc, from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty-ninth st 429 

Emerald ave., from Egan ave. to Twenty-ninth st " 515 

Emerald ave , from Fifty-sLsth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 897 



INDEX 



CXXIJI 



Eleventh st., from Laflin st. to Ashland ave Passed 439 

Eighteenth St., from Wood St. to Western ave " 300 

Fay St., from Erie st. to Pratt st " 341 

Fairfield ave., from Ogden ave. to Twelfth st " 179 

Fairfield ave., from Thompson st. to Hirsch st " 896 

Fei-dinand St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st " 713 

Ferdinand St., from Hoyne St. to Paulina st " 1355 

Filniore St.. from California ave. to Kedzie ave " 595 

Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st 178 

Fry St., from Rose st. to Ashland ave 129 

Francisco St., from Lake st. to Colorado ave " 138 

Fulton St., from Rockwell St. to Homan ave " 18 

Forty-first St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Champlain ave " 1019 

Forty second St., from Ellis ave. to Drexel boul " 671 

Forty-second St., from Oakenwald ave. to Lake ave *' 1019 

Forty-second pL, from Grand boul. to Vincennes ave " 1019 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Lawrence ave " 1019 

Forty-fourth St., from Drexel ave. to Ellis ave " 1113 

Fx)rty-flfth St., from Grand ave. to Berkley av " 1358 

Forty -seventh St., from Lake st, to Chicago ave *' | 

Forty-eighth St., from Lake St. to Chicago ave *' 713 

Fifty-first St., from Ellis ave. to East End ave " 1019 

Fifty-second st., from W. Lake st. to W. Chicago ave " 893 

Fifty-fifth St., from Lake ave. to Lexington ave ; '* 1196 

Fifty- sixth St., from Cornell ave. to East End ave " 1020 

Fifty-seventh St., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st. " 897 

Fifty-eighth St., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " 827 

Fifty-ninth st., from Wallace st. to Halsted st " 897 

Fifty-ninth St., from Washington ave. to Stony Island ave " 970 

Gardner St., from Halsted st. to Vine st " 515 

George St., from Sheffield ave. to Racine ave " 895 

Girard St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 343 

Goodwin St., from Balmoral ave. to North Fifty-ninth st " 1196 

Goldsmith ave., from Seventy-fifth St. to Seventy-sixth st . . . 1143 

Goldsmith ave., from Seventy-seventh st. to Seventy-eighth st " 1143 

Gordon St., from Winter st. to Wabash R. R _ " 1113 

Grand ave., from Western st. to W. Chicago ave " 895 

Hamlin ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave " 593 

Hampden ct., from Wrightwood ave. to N. terminus " 492 

Hammond st., from Eugenie st. to Tell ct *• 493 

Hamburg St., from Robey St. to Western ave " 563 

Harrison St., from Rockwell St. to Calif ornia ave 18 

Harvard St., from Western ave. to Campbell ave " 179 

Harding ave., from W, Chicago ave. to Augusta st " 594 

Hawthorne ave., from Stewart ave. to Goldsmith ave " 1144 

Hinman st., from Robey st. to Western ave " 178 

Hinman St., from Robey st. to Blue Island ave " 337 

Homan ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R 783 

Holt St., from Division st. to North ave " 166 

Hoyne ave., fi-om Indiana st. to Chicago ave " 165 

Honore st., from Seventy fourth st. to Seventy-sixth st " 1144 

Huron st., W. from Oakley ave. to Seymour st " 839 

Huron St., W. from Washtenaw ave. to Seymour st " 896 

Illinois St., from St. Clair st. to 1300 ft. East " 81 

Indiana St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fiftieth st 345 

Ingraham St., from Elston ave. to Noble st " 180 

Iowa St., from Wood st. to Lincoln st " 180 

Iowa St., from Robey St. to Lincoln st " 563 

Irving ave., from Fulton st. to Kinzie st - " .545 

Jackson St., from Sacramento ave. to Central Park ave " 336 

John pi., from Halsted st. to W. terminus " 618 

Kedzie ave., from Harrison st. to Central Pai-k boul " 36 

Kedzie ave., from Chicago ave. to Central Park boul. , *' 618 



CXXIV 



INDKX 



K«*n\v<M»t Ct.. Iroin Korty-fiKlith St. to Koriy-nliiib si .. I'a>ised «71 

Kiinliiirk Hvtv, from Kirty-8i>cond St. to Firiy-thinl St 

K iii/ir Kt., 1 nun Forty-sixth St. t«> Hol)iti!<on uvc* " :^J4 

Kosciusco St., from l{oh«'y St. to L^-aviit si •• giy 

Lukr I'ark uve., from Twonty-nliith st. to Tliirtletli si H29 

Ijunwh-y nvc, from F(»rty-thir«l St. to Korl.\ -tlfth st •• ngg 

LuwikIhU* n\r., from ChiciiK-o twv. lo North ave 

LoHvitt St., from .Milwimkcr iiv<'. to ArmilUK't' ave 17^^ 

Lfjivitt St., from Twellth st. to Tlilrtociith st 

I<i a\ itt St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-seventh st *• li^fj 

LessiiiK- St., from ChicuLnj ave. to C. & N. W. H. K 

Lisle St., from I'liioii st. to Halsted st • j^y 

Luce st , from Hlaekhrtwk st to W. terminus j^i,-, 

Lumber st., from \V. 'rvventy-second st. to Union pi " ]2o5 

Lyman St., from .Main St. toThirtj'-tlrst st i7>^ 

Lytle St., from W. Harrison st. to Vernon Park pi 8:17 

Madison s'.. from Central Park ave. to Crawford ave " 227 

Madison ave., from Seventy-flrst st. to Seventy-second st •• g28 

Madison ave.. from Sixty-tlrst St. to Si.\ty-si.\th st " 119(j 

Mantene ct.. from Milwaukee ave. to S. terminus " jtj^ 

Maplewood ave., from Hirsch st. to North ave g-SO 

Marshticld ave.. from Doug-las ave. to Thirty-seventh st " 5»i4 

Malhew St.. from Ogden ave. to Wood st 56;3 

McReynolds St., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st 7S3 

Melrose St., from Lincoln ave., to Robey st " 

Melrose St., from Racine ave. to Ashland ave " 895 

Menominee St.. from Sedgwick st. to Larrabee st •» 369 

Metropolitan pi., from Harding ave. to Crawford ave •' 617 

Miehigiin ave., from Fiftj-fifth st. to Sixtieth st 970 

Milward ave., from Twenty fifth st. to Twenty-sixth st " 179 

Monroe St.. from Rockwell st. to California ave " 179 

Monroe St., from Albany ave. to Kedzie ave •• 199 

Monroe St., from >Vaba?h ave. to Michigan ave 595 

Monroe St.. from Kedzie ave. to Roman ave '» §27 

Newton ave.. fr<^ Iowa st. to Division st 

Xutt St., from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-second st '• 828 

Nlneteeiith St., from State St. to Dearborn st " SI 

Nineteenth St., from Robey St. to Western ave " ]73 

Nineteenth St.. from Blue Island ave. to Ashland ave " 179 

Ninety-third st., from South Chicago ave. to B. i O R. R " Sftl 

Oakley ave.. from Division st. to North ave •• 7S3 

Oakley ave., from Thirteenth St.' to Fourteenth st 17s 

Okenwald ave., from Forty-fifth st. to Lake ave " 752 

Ogden ave., from Tw^lfth st. to Cailfornia ave 226 

Ohio St.. from Lincoln st. to Robey st " 166 

Ohio St.. from Forty-sixth St. to Fiftieth st " 345 

Ohio St.. from Harding ave. to Crawford ave •' 617 

Ohio st , from West Forty-sixth st. to West Fiftieth st " 893 

Ontario St., from Forty-sixth St. to Fiftieth st '• 345 

Ontario ave.. from Ninety-second St. to Ninety-third st 894. 

Orchard St.. from Clybourn ave. to North ave " 4:30 

Osgood St., from Western ave. to Beldeu ave " .59 

Otto St., from Racine ave. to Ashland ave " 939 

Park ave.. from California ave. to Ashland ave 177 

Park ave.. from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 427 

Paulina St., from Fifteenth st. to Eighteenth st ' " 199 

Paulina St., from Douglas ave. to Thirty-eighth st " 565 

Paulina St., from Clybourn ave. to Wrightwood ave " 829 

Page St., from Austin ave. to Ferdinand st " 61S 

Pearson St., from Wells st. to Franklin st 427 

Pearson St.. from Wells st. to Eastern terminus " . 671 

Perry St.. from Clybourn ave. to FuUerton ave 493 

Pine Grove ave.. from Grace St. to N. line of Peleg Half s Subn " 492 

Pleasant pi., from Leavltt st. to Western ave " 619 



i>sDEX cxxy 

Polk St.. from Campbell ave. to Rockwell st Passed 226 

Potomac ave., from Robey st. to Western ave " 1^ 

Pratt St., from Sangamon st. to Fay st " 

Quincy St., from Clinton St. to Jefferson St. " ^2 

Randolph St., from Forty-sixth st. to Forty-eighth st "13 

Rees St., from Halst^d st. to Dayton st • " 826 

Ridg-eway ave., f rom Chicag-o ave. to Xorth ave " 594 

Rooey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st " ^8 

Roscoe St., from Robey st. to Hoyne st " 428 

Roscoe St., from Lincoln ave. to Robey st " 897 

Rosemerkel St., from Wallace st. to Stewart ave " 826 

Sacramento ave., from Lake st. to Van Buren st '. " 198 

Sacramento ave., from Twelfth st. to Van Buren st *' 617 

School St., from Racine ave. to Ashland ave. , " 891 

School St., from Lincoln ave. to Robey st " 896 

Seymour St., from Di\asion St. to North ave " 342 

Seminary ave., from Fullerton ave. to Montana st " 618 

Sibley St., from Vernon Park boul. to Macallister pi " 128 

Shakespeare av., from California ave. to Humboldt Park boul " 618 

Sherman St., from Fifty-seventh st. to Fifty-ninth st " 827 

Shober St., from Division st. to North ave " 342 

Sloan St., from Noble St. toC.&N.W.R.R " 128 

Stewart ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 458 

St. Lawrence ave.. from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-fifth st- " 1113 

Stoney Island ave., from Sixty-seventh st. to Judson Park Terrace " 970 

Sullivan St., from Sedgwick st. to Cleveland ave " 4:01 

Superior St., from Lincoln St. to Robey st " 200 

Superior St., from Leavitt st. to Robey st 458 

Superior St., from May St. to N. Centre ave " 1332 

Superior ave., from One Hundred and Thirty-third st. to One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth st " 894 

Sixteenth St., from Johnson st. to Throop st '' TSS 

Seventeenth St., from Union st. to Hals ted st " 200 

Seventeenth St., fromLoomis street to Ashland ave " 896 

Sixty-first St., from Stoney Island ave. to I. C. R. R - " 970 

Sixty-third St., from Stoney Island ave. to Lexington ave " 1196 

Sixty-fifth St., from Woodlawn ave. to Cottage Grove ave " 1112 

Sixty-seventh St., from I. C. R. R. to Cottage Grove ave " 111,3 

Seventy-first pi., from I. C. R. R. to Stoney Island ave " 828 

Seventy-fii-st St.. from I. C. R. R. to Stoney Island ave " 829 

Seventy second pl._, from I. C. R. R. to Stoney Island ave — " 828 

Seventy-second st., from I. C. R. R. to Stoney Island ave. " 828 

Seventy-sixth St., fromC, R. I. &P. R. R. t j Wallace st . " ■ 1143 

- Seventy-seventh St., from Wright st. to Goldsmith ave.» " 1143 

Seventy-eighth St., from Wright St. to Goldsmith ave " 1144 

Seventy-ninth St., from Wright st. to Winter st " 1144 

Taylor St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave : " 618 

Thomas St., from Wood St. to Robey st '* 564 

Thomas St., from California ave. to Rockwell st > " 593 

Tinkham ave., from Division st. to Chicago ave *' 616 

Town St., from Blackhawk st. to North ave " 430 

# Troy St., from Filmore St. to West Twelfth st " 1254 

Twelfth St., from Ashland ave. to Ogden ave [[ -j ^^g^ 

Twelfth St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave " 428 

Twelfth St., from Douglas Park boul. to Kedzie ave " 940 

Twentieth St., from Paulina st. to Western ave " 199 

Twenty-third St., from State st. to Dearborn st " 148 

Twenty-fifth St., from Hanover st. to Sanger st " 426 

Twenty-fifth pi., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " 427 

Twenty-sixth St., from Rockwell St. to Sacramento ave " 713 

Thirtieth St., from State st. to Wentworth ave " 369 

Thirty-second St., from Prairie ave. To Forrest ave " 428 

Thirty-second St:, from Laurel St. to Benson st " 895 



CXXVI IXDKX 

Thli l> -IliirtI Ml., Iioin I.iiiircl si. to liul.Hti'il si I'li^^scil Wt 

TUli iy-t'ourth St., from UIkxIom uvo. to (JoiiaK«' Orove avo ' Vi^ii 

Thirl v-Hixtli St., I'lom Kills uvu. t«i Coltajfi- (Jrovi' avo r>l4 

'I'lilrly-sixtli St., Iroiii Kills avc. to hak<- avc " VAH 

Thlrfy-slxth st.,Troiu HulMtfd Ht. tt» Laiin l St •■ rm 

Tlilrly-si'vciitli st. from Halsfcrl st. to haiircl 8t ' 

llllmaii St., from .lames st. to DoiiRlas avc «, '• I4H 

Union St., trom (Vnij^ress st. to Harrison 8t 19I> 

WaJ»ashavo., from Kifty-llrst st. to Fifty-fifth st " im 

Waltansla avo., from Ashlarul nvo. to C. »fe N . W. K. R " 7K4 

Wallac'i' St.. from Fif ly-llflh st. to Fifty-nitith .st ^ " H-^G 

Wttshl)uriio avc, from Koboy St. to Oakley a\o " 514 

Waslitonaw avo., from VV. Division st. to North ave " 827 

Webstor avo., from Ciybourn avo. to ChicaKo Itlvor " 429 

Westorn avo., from Division st. to Armitag-o avo 19 

Whipple 8t„ from Colorado ave. to Jackson 8t *' T>j;j 

Williams avo., from Central Park ave. to Homan avo " 610 

Williams avo., from Central Park avo. to Homan ave " GUi 

Winter St., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-ninth st K26 

Winneconna ave.. from Dickey st. to Wright st " 114:} 

Wolfram St., trom Halsted st to Kacino avo *' H9.5 

Wright St., from Seventy-sixth st to Seventy-ninth st " 1142 

Wright St., from Seventy-fourth st. to Sdventy-fifth st " II44 

York St., from Ashland ave. to Herraitag'e ave " 545 



OPENING, WIDENING AND EXTENDING. 



Alley, in Block 1, Bushnell's Addn Passed 822 

AUej', in Block 21, Bushnell's Addn " 1198 

Alley, in Lots 103 to 112, Butterfleld's Addn " 1029 

Alley, in Block 59, Cornell's Addn " 1361 

Alley, in E. part Block 3, Bayard & Palmer's Addn., N. W. Fracl. J4 Sec. 2, 38, 14 " 1334 

Alley, in Block 21. Douglas Park Addn " 99 

Alley, in Block 6, Eiston's Addn " 168 

Alley, in Block 2, Ellis' W. Addn Repeal, " 434 

Alley, in Lots 8 to 14, Flint's Addn S. & A. W. D., 1115 

Alley, in Lot 3, Block 9. Sheffield's Addn Passed 1432 

Alleys, in Blocks 15 and 16, Suowden's Sub " 1198 

Alleys, in Blocks 7 and 8, Snowden's Sub " 1199 

Alley, N". part, in S. F. Smith's Sub .• Repeal " lOSg 

Alley, in Blocks 7 and 8, School Sec. Addn Repeal " -j IJ^ 

Alley, part, in Block 11, Watson & Tower's SQb. W. H N. W. I4 Sec. 6, 39, 14 " -} 

Alley, In Blocks 2 and 3, Peter Shimp Sub. S. E. H (E. of R. R.), Sec. 9, 38, 14 " 846 

Alley, In Block 22, Wolcott's Addn " 322 

Alley, In Butler Lowry's Crawford Ave. Addn " 597 

Alley. In Clark & Sharp's Subdn. W. H S. W. 14 Sec. 2, 34, 14 " 464 

Alley, From Falls st. to California ave., bet. Park ave. and \V. Lake st -j pfi^|^^ " 

Alley, from Schiller st. S. 145 ft. and bet. Dearborn and State sts Passed 343 

Alley, from Superior st. to Huron st., between Robey St. and Hoyne ave.. Repeal.S.& A.,W.D. 133 
Alley, from Douglas ave. to Thirty-sixth St., bet. Ellis ave. and Cottage Grove ave. . .Passed 718 
Alley, from Forty-second St. to Forty third St., bet. Champlain ave. and St. Law- 
rence ave " 1427 

Alley, from Western ave. to 600 ft. W., bet. Twelfth st. and Lunn ct " 322 

Alley, from Winter st. to Wallace St., bet. Dexter st. and Forty-seventh yt " 1500 

Alley, from Wrightwood ave. to Diversy st., bet. Florence ave. and Halsted st " 1113 



INDEX 



cxxyiL 



AUer, from Tbirty-seventh st. to 97 ft. N. of Eg-an ave Passed 20 

Alley, from Thirty-seventh st. to Thirty -eighth St., bet. Langley and Cottage Grove 

aves " 

Alley, from Thirty-seventh st. to S. line Sub lot 10 of Lot 71 Ellis' Sub. Addn " 1338 

Allej% from Thirty-seventh st. to Oxford st., bet. Vernon ave. and Stanton ave " 1334 

Alley, from Thirty-sixth st. to Thirty-seventh st., bet. Vincennes & Ellis aves., S. & A., S. D. 1500 
Alley, from E. line of Downs & Bielenberg's Addn. to Central Park ave., bet. Nicol- 
let ave. and Fulton st Passed 61 

Alley, from E. line of Downs & Bielenberg-'s Addn. to Central Park ave., bet. West 

Lake st. and Nicol let ave " 61 

Alley, from E. line of Downs & Bielenberg's Addn. to Central Park ave., bet. West 

Lake st. and Nicollet ave Repeal, P. W . 628 

Alley, from E. line of Downs & Bielenberg's Addn. to Central Park ave., bet. Nicol- 
let ave. and Fulton st Repeal, Passed 718 

Alley, from E. line of Downs & Bielenberg's Addn. to Central Park ave., bet. Nicol- 
let ave. and Lake st.. Repeal, " 718 

Alley, from 138 ft. S. of Douglas ave. to Thirty-seventh st., bet. Grand buul. and 

Calumet ave Filed 639 

Alley, Through Lots 5 to 10,Block 5 Walker & Stenson's Sub., W. S. W. MSee.3, 38, 14.Passed 904 

Aberdeen St., from Sheffield ave. to Lake Michigan "" 717 

Aberdeen St., from Polk st. to Damon st " 1500 

Albany ave., fi-om Madison st. to Colorado ave .... " 168 

Asylum pi., across the right of way of C. «fc N. W. R. R " 905 

Bonaparte pi., from Lock st, to Arch st " 323 

Division St., from Homan ave. to South Park ave " 1334 

Euclid ave., from Homan ave. to E. line of D. Parker's Suben " 180 

Evergreen ave., from California ave. to Burchell ave " 1198 

Fake St., from Bonaparte ave. to N. terminus " 323 

I 20 

Falls St., from W. Madison St. to Warren ave " j 

Fifty-seventh St., from State St. to Wentworth aive " 1354 

Flournoy St., thrbligh W. Vi, E. ^4 N. W. M S. E. Sec. 13, 39, 13 " 281 

Forty-seventh St., across right of way C. & N. W. R. R " ^81 

Forty-eighth St., from Indiana ave. to Grand boul " 983 

;Fulton St., from Homan ave. to J. D. Parker's Subdn.. " 180 

"Garden ave., from California ave. to Morrison ave " 4B3 

Halsted st., across right of way of C, R. I. & P. R. R. " 718 

Hampden ct., from its southern terminus to Deming ct " 905 

Harrison St., from Albany ave. to Crawford ave " 463 

Harvard ct., bet. Sixty-ninth st. and Seventy-first st " 1285 

Homan ave., from Lake st. to Ohio st " 463 

Hoyne ave., from Wabansia ave. to Milwaukee ave.. Repeal, S. & A. W. D., 85, Def. 

and Pub. 114 " 160 

Hoyne ave., across right of way of C. N. W. ti. R " | g^3 

La Salle St., from Sixty-second st. to Sixty-third St. " 845 

Laflin St., from Sixty-seventh St. to Sixty-ninth, Repeal 1337 

Melrose St., from Lincoln ave. to Ashland ave " 1087 

Michigan ave., from Fortieth st. to Forty -first st " 433 

Paulina pL, across right of way C. & N. W. R. R " 181 

Paxton ave., from Seventy-third st. to Seventy-fourth st 904 

Perry St., from S. line Blocks 3 and 3, Sulzer's Addn. to Ravenswood, to N. line Sul- 

zer's Addn. to Belle Plaine " 1198 

Poplar ave., from Archer ave. to S. line Lot 6, Blk. 24, S. Fracl. Sec. 39, 39, 14 " 493 

Richardson ave., from Sixty-fovirth St. to Sixty-fifth st '* 846 

Robey St., across the right of way C. & N. W. R. R " 203 

Sixtieth St., from State St. to Wentworth ave " 1087 

Sixty-second st., from South Park ave. to State st S. & A., S. D., 464, File 641 

Sixty-eighth st., from Loomis st. to Ashland ave Repeal, Passed 1338 

Seventy-third st. , from Stoney Island ave. to Jeffrey ave : " 845 

-Seventy-fourth St., from Wright St. to Wallace st " 546 

Streets and Alleys in K. K. Jones' Sub., Blks. 1, 3, 3, 9, 10, and 11, Sec. 23, 40, 13 " 755 

Street from De Kalb st. to Kendall st " 1148 

Street E. of Rockwell St., bet. Madison and Monroe sts ! 40 



C'X-W'IIl INDKX 

St. L«)ul§ uvo., acroRH rljfht of waf C. & N. W. U. 11 Passed 61 

Snmrt M., from AiiHtiii uvo. to FfnIliiiiiKl hi " IHI 

S()l)l«'skl live, HcroHH rljfbt of way ('. .V \. W. U. U " '^ri 

Spuultlinjr uve., from .Mmllson Mt. to ||im lH«»ii Ht K;j 

Taylor Ht.. hctohs K. 1(K) ft. S. K. J* S. W. ^ Heo. l.'J, .'W U " 20 

Taylor 8t., from Wiihaiislu ave. to (.'allfornia ave Uepeal " .'HO 

Taylor St., from Washtenaw ave. to Sacramento ave *' H4H 

Thomas ave.. from Milwaukee ii\e. to Alley S. of .MofJoverii st ** 12.'>4 

Traey ave., Tln-ouRh Hlk. .Johnson 6i Weajfes' Sub. N. K. li Sec. H, yH, 14 " M*^ 

Tracy ave., from Fifty-seventh st. to 8. line Lot 25, School Trust. Sub. Sec. 1«, 3'j, 14. . *' 114H 

Troy St.. Through Block 1. DouK-lns Park Addn VSH 

Twenty-llrsl St., from Douglas I'ark boul. to Worthen st *' 845 

Twenty-fourth St., from Albany ave. to S. W. Boulevard *' 717 

Thirty-second St., from Stewart ave. to Halsted st " 98 

Thirty lourlh St., from Uulterfleld St. to La Salle st File :i4tt 

Washtenaw ave., from Harrison st. to Washington boul., (and widen) | Repeal Passed 440 

Washburne ave., from Lincoln st. to Robey st '* 67ft 

Wilton ave.. from Grace st. to Byron st " 494 

Winter St., from Fifty-ninth St. to Sixty-first st *' 846 

Winter St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-sixth st " 1334 

Wright St., from Seventy-second st. to Seventy- fourth st " 540 

Yates ave., from Seventy-fifth St. to Seventy-ninth st " 904 

Widening— 

Alley, from Douglas ave. to Thirty-sixlh st. bet. Ellis ave and Cottage Grove ave " 718 

Alley, from Falls st. to California ave. bet. Park ave. and Lake st.. . Repeal Passed 16.3, Filed 1058 

Albany ave., from Twenty-third st. to Twenty-fourth st Passed btfi 

Archer ave., from Bushnell st. to Sanger st Pub. & Ref. 3. & A. S. D., 211, " 387 

Asylum pi Filed 392 

Chicago River, South of Van Buren st H. & B., 132, Def. & Pub. 271 

Chicago River. (South Branch) X. & S. of W. Eighteenth st Passed 1088 

Congress St.. from State st. to Michigan ave Repeal Passed 89, Vetoed 92, Lost 92 

Forty-eighth st., from Vincennes ave. to Grand boul Passed 1495 

Forty-ninth St.. from Vincennes ave to Grand boul " 1335 

Fiftieth St., from Vincennes ave. to Grand boul *' 1335 

Gardner ave., from California ave. to Morrison ave " 463 

Harrison St., from Albany ave. to Crawford ave " 463 

Homan ave., from Lake St. to Ohio st •* 463 

Indiana ave., from Garfield boul. to Sixty-third st... -J jg^g 

Indiana ave.. from Eganave. to Forty-third st. ■' 14.% 

Kemper pi., from Larrabee st. to Orchard st 567 

Kedzie ave.. Through Block 1 Douglas Park Addn " 1335 

Southporl_ave., from Belmont ave. to Otto st " 1495 

Taylor St., from Francico St. to Sacramento st Repeal, " 369 

Woodlawn ave., from Lake ave. to Forty-seventh st " 1496 

Extending— 

Eighty-third St., across right of way C, R. 1. & P. R. R Pub. 860 

Hermitage ave., from Jackson st. to Ogden ave Repeal, Passed 62 



PRIVATE DRAINS. 



Addison St., from Clark st. to Lake Michigan Passed 971 

Ainslie St., from Evanston ave. to Lake Michigan, P. W. 1301 — " 1044 

Albany ave. , from Lake st. to Klnzie st " 621 

Albany ave., from Colorado ave. to W. Twelfth st *' 901 

Aldine St., from Egan ave. to N. terminus " 431 

Ambrose St.. from Wood St. to Leavitt st " 825 



INDEX 



CXXIX 



Archer ave., from Hoyne ave. to Leavitt st Passed 673 

Armitage ave., from Milwaukee ave. to California ave " 715 

Argyle ave., from Evanston ave. to E. terminus " 973 

Ashland ave., from Belmont ave. to Sulzer st ; •' 973 

Ashland ave., from S. Branch Chi. River to Fifty-fifth st " 1020 

Asylum pi., from Elston ave. to Lea\ntt st " 621 

Auburn St., from Thirty-first st. to Douglas ave " 824: 

Basil ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale rd " 673 

Belmont ave., from Clark st. to Lincoln ave .* '■ 9'^1 

Bonfield st., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st " 819 

Bonney ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth st '. " 1044 

Burling st., from Garfield ave. to Webster ave 566 

Byron St., from Sheifield ave. to Halsted st " 977 

California ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-second st " 343 

California ave., from Sixty-sixth st.to Twenty-second st " 343 

California ave., from Division st. to North ave ; " 401 

California ave., from Division st. to West Chicago ave " 821 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Douglas ave " 824 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to West Twenty-second st " 974 

Charlton st.. from Ridge ave. to N. terminus •' 978 

Chicago ave., from Pine st. to 600 feet East " 200 

Chicago ave., from Leavitt st. to Kedzie ave " 902 

Chicago ave., from Crawford ave. to Kedzie ave 1021 

Commercial St., from North ave. to Armitage ave 787 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-seventh St. to Ninety-second st " 978 

Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood boul. to Forty-third st '• 1023 

Cornelia st., from Halsted st. to Lake Michigan " 971 

Courtland St., from Western ave. to Kedzie ave ' 674 

Courtland St., from Leavitt st. to Robey st " 973 

Dania ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road : " 673 

Dashiel St., from Thirty-first St. to Egan ave " 521) 

Davis St., from Division st. to North ave " 822 

Deering St., from Archer ave. to Chicago River — .... " 180 

Deming ct., from Clark st. to Lake 'View ave " 973 

Dickson St., from North ave. to Bloomingdale Rd " 786 

Division St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave " 672 

Dudley st., from Clybourn ave. to Wabansia ave " 432 

Dudley St., from Chicago ave. to Augusta st • " 621 

Early ave., from Evanston ave. to Southport ave " 978 

Eastwood ave., from Halsted St. to Shefli eld ave ■ '* 978 

Edgar St., from North ave. to Clybourn ave " 787 

Egan ave., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st 940 

Elanie pi., fr">m Roscoe st. to Cornelia st '. 977 

Elston ave., from Fullerfon ave. to Snow st : " 822 

Emerald ave., from Egan ave. to Forty-second st " 713 

Exchange St., from, Eighty-seventh st.to South Chicago ave " 977 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth St. to Harvard st '• 343 

Fairfield ave., from Lake St. to C.&N.W.R. R " 520 

Fairfield ave., from North ave. to Courtland ave " 1197 

Farrell St., from Archer ave. to Hickory st "■ 974 

Filmore St., from Western ave. to Rockwell st " 431 

Fletcher St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st " 714 

Florence ave., from Diversy st to Wrightwood ave " 979 

Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st 343 

Flournoy St., from Leavitt St. to Oakley ave = " 825 

Francisco ave., from W. Monroe St. to W. Van Buren st " 1022 

Fulton St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 900 

Fullerton ave., from Elston ave. to Milwaukee ave " 1024 

Fifteenth St., from Western ave. to California ave " 320 

Forty-second St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes ave " 975 

Forty-third st„ from State st. to I. C. R. R *' 1021 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St Lawrence ave " 975 

Forty-fourth st . , from Lawrence ave. to Grand boul " 1024 

Forty-seventh St., Irom Halsted st. to Paulina st " 1021 



CXXX INDKX 

Fifty wcooiul Ht., Iroiu l)n-x(<l hvc to IwiUf iivo Passed 1025 

Kiri.vt'uurtii Ht ., I'roiii Dnixel nvo. to Iwiki* uvo . " W75 

I'iri y-fourtli Ht.. from Dn-xrl avo. to Woodlawn uvu " HTS 

l i/ly-ll'th St., InMii Lake iivr. to ( ..Itincc (irovc ave " KH-'I 

<iur<lin>r St., from llalslcd St. to Vlur St " i'.Ui 

(iordou TorraiT, from Ilalstcil st. to Lake Michiffaii " 10:il 

<Jrac«'8t., from ("lark Ht. to I^akr .MIcliiKfan " 'AW 

(JracclaiKl avc, 1 roiii A Irxaiidrr ave. to liinooln ave *' 102.') 

(Jrossavc, from North ate. to ("ortland live " ToU 

Grovolaiid ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to N. terminus '* 481 

<Jro\ (' ct., from Fiarral)('»; St. to Orolianl st " 

Halstod St., I rom lOvanston ave. to flulzcr st " ITiO 

Halsted St., from Eiran ave. to Sixty-ninth st ** 1021 

Hamlin avc, from W. Lake st. to W. Kinzie st " 3022 

Hammond st., from Knjirenie St. to Tell ct '* 972 

Hanover St., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-third st " 1(J2.'5 

Harvard St., from Campbell ave. to California ave " 1022 

Heine St., from North ave. to Armitage ave 672 

Henry St.. from Wood st. to Kobey st " li21 

Hickory St., from Main st. to Lock st " 974 

Hoyne ave., from Twenty-second St. to Blue Island ave " 2H0 

Hoyne ave., from Chicajro ave. to Division st " 598 

Hoyne ave., from Armitag-e ave. to Asylum pi " 821 

Hoyne ave., from Thirteenth st. to Twenty-second st '* 823 

Humboldt St., from North ave. to Armitag-e ave " f573 

Iglehart pi., from Twenty-seventh st, to S. terminus " 149^ 

Irving ave., from Fulton st. to Kinzie st 520 

Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave " 674 

Johnson ave., from California ave. to Humboldt Park boui " 674 

Kedzie ave., from W. Van Buren st. to W. Twelfth st " 

Keeley St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st ' " 901 

Lake St., from Homan ave. to Crawford ave " 825 

Lake ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-seventh st " 1021 

La Salle st., from Archer ave. to Twenty-second st " 674 

Langley ave., from Forty.second st. to Forty-fourth st " 975 

Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st '* 901 

Lawrence dve , from Sheffield ave. to Ashland ave " 1020 

Leavitt St., from Thirteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 565 

Leavitt St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave., extended W " 823 

Lewis St., from Cly bourn ave. to Belden ave " 820 

Lincoln St., from W. Twelfth st. to Blue Island ave " 824 

Lincoln St., from W. Polk st. to W. Taylor st " 979 

Lincoln ave., from Belmont ave. to Addison st " 978 

Lock St., from Archer ave. to S. branch Chicago River "I " 824 

Lydia St., from Desplaines st. to Halsted st " 825 

Maplewood ave., from Division st. to North ave • " 753 

Millard ave., from W. Twenty-second St. to W. Twenty-eighth st " 821 

Milwaukee ave., from Fulierton ave. to Logan ave " 974 

Mozart St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 672 

Napoleon pi., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st " 822 

Nellie ave., from Evanston ave. to E. line Blocks 6 and 'l^ Pine Grove " 976 

North ave., from Kedzie ave. to Ti nkham ave j. " 902 

. Norwood ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave '* 821 

Noble St., from N. Clark st. to Sheffield ave 976 

Ninetieth St., from The Strand to Manistee ave " 1044 

Oakley ave., from North ave. to Waubansia ave " 672 

Oakley ave . , from North ave. to Division st " 786 

Oakley ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Hamburg st " 974 

Ontario St., from Eighty-ninth st. to S. Chicago ave '" 1023 

Osborne St., from W. India na st. to W. Ohio st . . , " 822 

Otis St., from Division st. to Tedder st " 973 

Paulina St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-eighth st " 826 

Penn St.. from Division St. to Vedder st " 972 

Pine Grove ave., from Grace St. to Cornelia st " 976 



INDEX 



CXXXI 



Pleasant St., from Division st. to Vedder st Passed 972 

Powell ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave " 823 

Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave " 786 

Racine ave., from Lincoln ave. to Addison st " 1025 

Rice St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st " 753 

Richmond St., from West Chicago ave. to West Division st . 901 

Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st " 976 

Rockwell St., from Twelfth St. to Twenty-second st " 566 

Rockwell St., from North ave. to Armitag-e ave " 573 

Rockwell St., from North ave. to Division st ; " 787 

Rokeby St., from Addison st. to Graceland ave S. & A., N. D., 1031, " 1061 

Root St., from State st. to Halsted st '* 714 

Roscoe St., from Robey st. to Western ave " 715 

Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st " 973^ 

" ( 280 

Sacramento ave., from Lake st. to Van Buren st , < 

Sawyer ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R " 369 

Seward St., from Canalport ave. to Lumber st " 493 

Seymour St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 673 

SheflBeld ave., from North ave. to Clybourn ave , " 972 

SheflBeld ave., from N. Ciark St. to Addison st " 977 

Shields ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st " 368 

South Chicago ave., from Commercial ave. to Ninety-second st " 1023 

South Chicago ave., from Seventy-first st. to South Park ave " 1113 

South Park ave., from Seventy-first st. to Sixty-third St ., " 1113 

South Park ave.. from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st " 1021 

Southport ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave " 1024 

Spring St., from State St. to Wentworth ave " 565 

Superior St., from Leavitt st. to Rockwell st " 971 

Sulzer St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st ^ *' 714 

Sixteenth St., from Western ave. to California ave " 368 

Sixteenth St., from Halsted St. to Throop st , " 940 

Seventeenth st., from Loomis St. to Wood st " 971 

Sixty-third St., from Stoney Island ave to Cottage Grove ave " 1044 

Thomas St., from Seymour st. to California ave '* 822 

Troy St., from Colorado ave. to Jackson st " 102-3 

Twelfth St., from Kedzie ave. to Douglas Park boul ; " 368 

Twenty-second St., from Western ave. to Trumbull ave " 431 

Twenty-second St., from Trumbull ave. to Lawndale ave " 1044 

Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover to Wallace st -| 

Twenty-eiffhth St., from Wentworth ave. to Wallace st 940 

Thirtieth St., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave " 674 

Thirty-second St., from Laurel St. to TJllman st *' 565 

'Thirty-third St., from Halsted st. to C. R. I. & P. K. R " 1022 

Thirty-fourth st., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave '* 520 

Thirty-fourth st„ from Halsted st. to Laurel st " 824 

Thirty-sixth St., from State st. to Indiana ave " 977 

Thirty-eighth St., from Wabash ave. to WentAvorth ave " 977 

Van Horn St., from Robey St. to Western ave " 546 

Van Horn St., from Laflin st. to Wood st " 1023 

Vernon ave., from Thirty-seventh st. to Egan ave " 431 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh St. to Fifty-first st *' 1024 

Washtenaw ave., from North ave, to Armitage ave " 673 

Wabansia ave., from Western ave. to Basil st " 900 

Wellington St., from Clark st. to Sheifield ave " " 1025 

Western ave., from Indiana St. to Chicago ave " 493 

Western ave., from North ave. to Chicago ave " 901 

Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to West Van Buren st " 900 

Wilmot ave. J from Leavitt st. to Armitage aye " 974 

Windsor ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st ; " 1020 

Wood St., from Archer ave. to Egan ave " 819 

Wood St., from West Sixteenth St. to Blue Island ave " 940 



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INDKX 



SKWKIiS. 



A(J<lls()n St., Iioin Lako Mlchiiriui toClnrk Ht PuHHcd 

Ailtllsoii St., Iroin Kacliu' avc. t(t I'^d If. E. of Itucinf nve 

Alley. I roin llalsltd hI. to ICmcrald a\ o,, t)(;t. Sl.vty-nitilh and Seventy-first stR " 

ArKV^e St., from Wlnthrop kvo. to 140 ft. E. of Evanston ave *' 

Aslilaud a\M>., from Oarlldd bonl. to Flfty-ni!ith st *' 

Atlantic St.. Irom (iarllclil hoiil. to ^'irty-thinl Ht " 

Hclmoiit avc, from Oak pi. to Shclllfld ave " 

llouk'vard pi., from Viiiceiincs ave. to alley E. Grand boul., and in alley to Forty- 
sixth St 

Kutfalo avo., from Ninetj'-second St. to S. of Ninety-first st " 

llutlalo ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to N. of Ninety-first st " 

Byron St., from E. line Sheffield ave. to point 166 ft. East " 

Calumet ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-flrst st " 

Centre st., from Wellington st. to 2.55 ft. N. of N. line thereof " 

Champlain ave *' 

Clarence ave., from Grace st. to Nellie ave 

Clark St., from Fullerton ave. to 225 ft. N. of N. line of St. James pi 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-seventn st. to alley N. of Ninety-first st " 

Cornelia St., from Pine Grove ave. to Halsted st " " 

Dickey St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st ** 

Eastwood ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st " 

Elaine pi., from Roscoe st. to Cornelia st " 

Ellis ave., from Sixty-third st. to alley S. cf Sixtieth st , " 

Emerald ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 

Emerald ave., from Thirty-ninth st. to Fortieth st " 

Englewood ave., from Halsted st. to E. line Blk. 4 Caulfield & Matteson's Subn " 

Englewood ave., from Wallace st. to W. line Lot 27 Blk. 1, Caulfield & Matteson's Subn ' " 

Erie ave., from Ninetieth st. to Ninety-first st " 

Erie ave., from Eighty-ninth st. to Eighty-seventh st " 

Exchange ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to alley N. of Ninety-first st *' 

Forrestville ave , from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st " 

Fullerton ave., from North Park ave. to 140 ft. E. of Clai-k st " 

Forty-third St., from Drexel boul. to I. C. R- R " 

Forty-third St., from State st. to Grand boul 

Fort5'-fourth st. and alley E. and W. of Grand boul " 

Forty-fourth St., from Ellis ave. to 1st alley N. of Forty-four; h st. E. of Drexel boul. " 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to 180 ft. E. Champlain ave " 

Forty-fourth St., from St. Lawrence ave. to Vincennes ave " 

Forty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to 300 ft, E. of Centre ave " 

Forty-ninth St., from Halsted St. to Winter st " 

Fifty-first St., from Halsted st. to Wallace st " 

Fifty-flrst St.. from Ashland ave. to Centre st •' 

Fifty-second st , from Drexel ave. to Lake ave '■ 

Fifty-third St., from Halsted st. to Winter st 

Fifty-third St., from Halsted St. to Morgan st: " 

Fifty-fotrth st., bet. Drexel ave. and Lake ave ■ " 

Fifty-fourth pL, from Drexel ave. to Woodlawn ave " 

Fifty-fifth St., bet. Cottage Grove ave. and Lake ave " 

Fifty-ninth St., from Dickey st. to Stewart ave " 

George St., from Sheffield ave. to Seminary ave " 

Goodwin St., from Lawrence ave. to Ainslie st , *' 

Gordon terrace, from Halsted St. to 575 ft. East " 

Graceland ave., bet. Alexander ave. and Southport ave 

Grand ave., from Ridge ave. to Lake Michigan *' 

Grant pL, from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st '* 

Greenwood ave., from Sixty-third st. to Alley S. of Sixtieth st 

Greenwood ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fif ty-foui'th st " 

Halsted St., from Evanston ave. to Sulzer St., (and Gordon terrace) 

Herndon st., from 15 ft. N. of Roscoe st. to 125 ft. S. of Melrose st " 

Honore St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Sixty-seventh st " 



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Honore St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy- first st Passed 461 

Houston ave. to Ninety-second st. (See Ninety-third st).. " 8'^0 

Inyleside ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-fourth st. (and Wharton ave.) " 982 

Jaclison ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 840 

Jackson ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-fourth st " 1333 

Lalie ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-seventh st — . " 1833 

Lan^ley ave., from Forty-fifth st. to 119 feet S. of Forty-third st " 595 

Larrabee st., from Fredericls st. to 70 feet S. of Doming ct. . ^ " 1333 

Lawrence ave., from Sheffield ave. to Ashland ave "■ 1038 

Layton st., from Wallace st. to 347 feet E. of centre Wright st " 839 

Lill ave., from Perry st. to 145 feet W. of Southport ave " 1045 

Lincoln ave,, from Sixty-third st, to Sixty-seventh st " 839 

Lincoln ave.. from Addison st. to Sulzer st 1037 

Madison ave., from Sixty-third st. to Sixty-sixth st " 614 

Matteson St., from Halsted st. to 100 feet W. of Winter st " 839 

Melrose st., from Southport ave. to Kacine ave .' " 980 

Noble ave., from Racine ave. to Perry st " 1045 

Noble ave., from Southport ave. to Perry st Repeal, " 1091 

N. Normal Parliway, from Wright st. to Stewart ave ; " 788 

Ninetieth St., from Calumet River to Marquette ave 596 

Ninety-third st., from S. Chicago ave. to Houston ave., thence to Ninety-second St.. . " 820 

Ninety-fifth St., from Calumet river to Eighty-seventh st " 596 

Ontario ave., from Eighty-ninth st. to Ninety-third st " 1038 

Ontario ave.' from S. Chicago ave. to Ninety-third st : " 1028 

Olga St., fro pa Grace St. to Nellie ave " 1359 

Otto St., from Southport ave. to C. & E. R. R " 981 

Parii End ave., and alleys " 676 

Perry St., from Fullerton ave. to Wrightwood ave. (and Lill ave.). . " 1045 

Pine Grove ave., from Grace St. to Cornelia st " 903 

Prairie ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fifth st. " 596 

Rhodes ave., etc " 676 

Robertson ave., from Hope ave. to Star ave. (and Star ave) . , " 1332 

Rokeby st., from Nellie ave. to Addison st 981 

School St., from Southport ave. to Racine ave. " 981 

Sherman st., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st " 459 

South Park ave., from Fifty-fifth St. to Sixtieth st .' " 613 

South Park ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-first st " 1028 

Southport ave., from Addison St. to Roscoe st " 903 

Star St., to 353 ft. S. of Sixty-fourth st " 1333 

Strand, The, From Calumet River to Marquette ave " 596 

Stewart ave., from Sixty-ninth St. to Seventy -first st ■ " 463 

St. Lawrence ave., &c. (part of system) " 676 

Sixtieth st., &c. (part of system) " 676 

Sixty-second St., from Halsted st. to E. line Block 2, Caulfield & Matteson's Sub. . " 461 

Sixty-third st., from Halsted st. to 90 ft. "W. of Winter st " 460 

Sixty-fourth St., from Halsted St. to Sherman st " 460 

Sixty .fifth St., from Halsted St. Ijo Sherman st 461 

The Strand, from Calumet river to Marquette ave ' " 596 

Vernon ave., &e, (part of system) " 676 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh St. to Fifty.flrst st " 546 

Vincennes ave., &c. (part of system) " 676 

Wharton ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fifty-fourth st " 982 

Windsor St., from Sheflield ave. to Halsted st . -...^.u-.. " 1029 

Winter st.. from alley S. of Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st .... " 40^ 

Winter st., from Fifty-first st. to 125 ft. N. of Garfield boul , " 401 

"Winter St., from Sixty-ninth St. to Seventy-first st " 459 

Winter St., from Sixty-third St. to Sixty-fifth st " 460 

Winter St., from Sixty-fifth St. to 100 ft. N. of Sixty-seventh st " 460 

Winthrop ave., from Lawrence ave. to Ainslie st " 981 

Woodside ave., from Graceland ave. to 140 ft. I^. of N. line Grace st ' 1146 

Wright St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st \ f^o 



CXXXIV IXDKX 

SID i:\VAJ.KS. 



AlMTilccii St., I ioin Finy tlHh s(. lo '^ixty-thinl st . . I'a8H<;(l UU5 

Ada St., from Fil'ty-Hrtli St. to Kiriy-iiiiilh wt " Ki', 

Adutns Ht., I'l-oiii K»Ml/i(' Jive, to Hoiimii Hvo " 4'.M 

Adams St., Irom llalstc<l st. toCciilro st " 70B 

Addison St., Iroiii llci'iidoii Ht. to Uaciiicavo ** Uh7 

Albany ave., from Twenty-fourth st. to Twenty-sl.xth st ** 2:H) 

Aldinc St., from Kynii ;i\ to N. terminus Passed, IWf), Kopoai, S. & A., S. I)., M'iii 

Allen a\(>., Irom IrvitiK I'ark bowl, to Milwaukee ave i,^'. ... Passed 

Attnll St., from Stave St. to Milwaukee ave .'.C'f; *' 457 

Atlantic a\'('., froin Eberhardt ave. to Homan ave " 

Aroli St., from liyman ave. to Areher ave " 704 

Archer ave., from State st. to Chicago River " 197 

Areher ave., from Hgan ave. to Hart st ' 592 

Ar«-yle St., from Robey St. to Evanston ave 1107 

Armitaye ave., from Irving ave. to C, M. & St. P. R. R " 

Armitage ave., from Elston ave. to Milwaukee ave " 712 

Armitage ave., from Hosmer ave. to Robinson ave " 1087 

Arthur St., from Sixteenth st. to Eighteenth st fiO 

Ashtleld St., from Coulter st. to W. Twenty-sixth st " 1487 

Askum ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to South Chicago ave " 141» 

Ashland ave., ti'om Douglas ave. to Egan ave *' 4H4 

Ashland ave., from Sixtj'-third st. to Sixty-seventh st " 519 

Ashland ave., from North st.to North Fifty-ninth st '* 830 

Ashland ave., from Forty-seventh St. to Fifty-third st " .1136 

Ashland ave., f rom Twenty-second St. to Chicago River / 13.57 

Astor St., from Banlcs st. to Schil er st " 165 

Asylum pi., from Robey st. to C. & N. W. R. R " 1108 

Austin ave., Lincoln st. to Western ave " 245 

Avenue "J,"' from Ninety-fifth st. to One Hundred and Sixth st 1287 

Avenue "K," from Ninety-fifth st. to One Hundred and Sixth st " 1281 

Avenue "K," from One Hundred and Sixth st. to One Hundred and Eighth st " 1418 

Avenue "L," from One Hundredth st. to One Hundred and Seventh st " 1418 

Avenue "M," from One Hundred and Sixth st. to One Hundred and Eighth st " 1418 

Avenue "N," from One Hundred and Sixth st. to One Hundred and Eighth st " 1419 

Avenue "O," fi-om One Hundred and Sixth st. to One Hundred and Eighth st " 1419 

Avon pi., from Robey St. to Hoyne ave " 836 

Baltimore ave., from Commercial ave. to Eighty-third st " 1487 

Basil ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale Rd " Til 

Baxter St., from Belmont ave. to School st " 1283 

Beach ave., from Sheridan ave. to Kedzie ave " 403 

Belmont ave., from Western ave. to Elston ave " 1110 

Belmont ave., from Wallace St. to Morrison ave " I486 

Bensley ave., from One Hundred and Fourth st. to One Hundred and Ninth st " 1283 

Berkley ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st " 836 

Berkley ave., from Forty-second st. to 300 feet north " 1488 

Berlin St., from Myrtle ave. to California ave '* 456 

Bloom St., from Thirty-fourth St. to Thirty-eighth st 177 

Bloomingdale rd., from Ashland ave. to Ward st " 32^ 

Bloomingdale rd., from Milwaukee ave. to Western ave " 3201 

Blucher st., from Noble ave. to Wellington st " 593 : 

Bonney ave., from Colorado ave., to W, Harrison st '* 1110 

Bowen ave., from Cottage GroTe ave. to Grand boul " 588 

Broad St., from Thirty-first St. to Archer ave " 748 ^ 

Broom St., from Judson ave. to Ohio st " 710 i 

Buffalo ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st 456 i 

Buffalo ave., from Eighty-third st. to Eighty-sixth st " 1283 

Burne ave., from Sherman St. to Diversy ave *' 1419 

Butterfleld St., from Twetity- second st. to Twenty-ninth st " 456 

Byron St., from Sheffield ave. to Haisted st '* 935 

"C" St., from Sixty-ninth St. to Seventieth st " lUl 



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CXXXV 



California ave., from Harrison St. to Kinzie st Passed 33 

California ave., from Diversy St. to Garden ave " \ ^l^ 

California ave., from Harrison st. to Twelfth st " 836 

California ave., from One Hundred and Fourth st to One Hundred and Ninth st " 1282 

Calumet ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st " 1419 

Campbell Park st., from Leavltt st. to Oakley ave " 35 

Canal St., from Harrison st to Twelfth st " 45f> 

Carpenter St., from Sixtieth St. to Sixty-first st 562 

Carpenter St., from Eighty-first St. to Eighty-sixth st " 614 

Carpenter st. from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-third st " 1111 

Carroll ave., from Fortieth st. to Fifty-second st " 704 

Carroll ave., from Ha!sted st. to Ashland ave " 708 

Central Park ave., from Fifty-seventh st. to Fifty-ninth st " 519 

Central Park ave , from Fifty-ninth St. to Sixty-seventh st " 519 

Central Park ave., from Division St. to North ave " 751 

Central Park ave., from Colorado ave. to W. Twelfth st " 1111 

Central Park ave., from W. Chicago ave. to W. Kinzie st " 1283 

Centre ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fiftj^-ninth st " 836 

Centre ave., from Sixty-first st. to Sixty-second st " 1111 

Centre ave., from Sixty-first st. to Sixtv-third st " 1111 

Centre ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st *' 1420 

Champlain ave.. from Forty-fifth st. to Forty-sixth st Passed 588, 669, Repealed 1432 

Chestnut st., from State st. to Cass st Passed 36 

Chicago ave., from Hamlin ave. to Springfield ave " 318 

Chicago ave., from Pine st. to E. terminus " 752 

Chicago ave., from Stoney Island ave. to Ninety-second st " 1133 

Clark St., from Chicago ave. to North ave " 36 

Clark St., from North Fifty-ninth st; to North st " 831 

Clark St., from Chicago ave. \o Chestn it st " 833 

Clark St., from Lawrence ave. to North Fifty-ninth st " 1329 

Clybourn pi., from Ashland ave. to E,obey st " 35 

Coblentz St., from Western ave. to Robey st " 319 

Coles ave., from Seventy-fifth st. to Seventy-ninth st " 1420 

Colorado ave., from Homan ave. to Central Park ave '* 284 

Colorado ave., from Crawford ave. to Central Park ave " 1112 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-fifth st. to Alley S. side Ninety-first st. Passed 1383, Repealed 1499 

Commercial ave Passed 1499 

Concord St., from Halsted st. to Winter st " 563 

Congress St., from Halsted St. to Ashland ave " 708 

Congress St., from Fortieth st. to Forty-second st '* 1138 

Cornelia St., from Halsted St. to Lake Michigan " 935 

Cottage Grove ave., from University pi. to Doug-las ave " 530 

Cottag'e Grove ave., from Fiftieth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 614 

Cottage Grove ave., from Bowen ave. to Fortieth st 93T 

Cottage Grove ave., from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty-seventh st . " 1105 

Coventry St., from North ave. to Wabansia ave " 562 

Crawford ave., from Aug-ustu St. to Division st " 319 

Crawford ave., from Diversy St. to Milwaukee ave " 937 

Crawford ave . , from Armitage ave. to C, M. & St. P. R. R " 1282 

Crawford ave,, from Irving Park boul. to Clybourn Bridge " 1283 

Crawford ave., from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to Mason ave " 1419 

Cross St., from Lyman ave. to Thirty-first st Repeal 872 

Davlin st., from West Lake st. to West Kinzie st Passed 1281 

Danforth St., from Short St. to Hallowellst " 1420 

Dearborn st., from Thirty-eighth st. to Egan ave " 516 

Dickey St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 1420 

Dickson st., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road " 592 

Diversy St., from Thomas ave. to Homan ave , " 579 

Diversy St., from Hoffman ave. to Morrison ave •' 614 

Division st., from Hoyne ave. to California ave " ' 400 

Douglas ave., from Archer ave. to Western ave " 17^ 

Douglas ave., from State st. to Laurel st " 484 

Douglas St., from Allen ave. to Selwyn ave ; " 837 



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Diilisnii avc, from Sex cnly-HccoiKl Hi, to Scv<Mity-llilr<l Ml , I'lihsod \'2H'Z 

I M iikc live, froiu ( 't'lit I'til Turk itonl. to ('lilciiwo iivc *' HW) 

1 41','" 

Drrvi'l n\(<., from Srvciity-HOveiith Hi. to Scvctity-olwlith Ht . " , \4'H\ 

hwltflit St., from KvfrottHt. to Dmiforth Ht " 14;i() 

IliiKlf Ml., from I)(>Hi)liiliH'H ft. to Hiilslcd Ht " 400 

lllifilmrdl a\c., Iidni l^'ll'ly-iiiiil h si. to Sixty-nlxth Ht " ')IH 

IlliiliK^ pi., from ("ornoliu hI. lo Koscoe Ht., St. it A. N. Dlv., Wi Kll<- lO'iD 

l'',llls live, from I)<ni«-liis iivc. to KnAU avo I'aHHcd :iW 

Kli/,alM'l h Ht, I rom Uiiiidolph Ht. to Eric; Ht " M 

Kli/iil.cth Ht., from Wal 1mc<- Ht . to (L It. I. I'. K. K " .'.18 

Hli/.alx'lh Ht,, from Firiy-llllh st. to Fifty-iuiith Ht " W 

Filstoii avc, from North avc. to ArinitaKt? ave ** SO^ 

KlHton ii\c., from Califoriiia avr;. to VVoHtern ave " H'^l 

Elk (;i()vo St., from North ave. to ArmitaKe ave ** 'U 

Emerald ave.. from Thirty-third st. to Kgan ave 50:} 

Kmci-nid avo. from Archer ave. to Twentj'-Hixth st " 750 

Emerald ave, from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-third st " 750 

Emerald ave., from Forty-flrst st. to Forty-second st " 1107 

Fiinerald ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st ' 127!> 

Erie St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fifty-second st " 8;J5 

Erie St., from Eiffhty-seventh St. to South ChicafiO ave " 1104 

Escanaba ave., f rom Eiyhty-ninth St. to Ninety-first st *' H:H) 

Escanaba ave., from Eig-hty-seventh st. to Eighty-ninth st " 1421 

Evans ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st " 48.5 

Evarts ave., from Forty-ninth St. to Fiftieth st " 1104 

Ewing- ave., from One Hundred and Third st, to One Hundred and Sixth st *' 4.57 

Ewing-ave., from One Hundred and First st. to One Hundred and Fifth st " 1104 

Exchange ave., from Ninety-seventh st, to Ninety-eighth st . " 4.58 

Exchange ave., from Ninety-fifth st, to Notre Dame ave " 1280 

Eighty-third St., from Halsted st, to Vincennes ave 7-52 

Eighty-third St., from Halsted St. to Morg-an st " 1421 

Eighty-third St.. from B, & O, R, R. to French ave " 1483 

Eighty-fourth St., from Green Bay ave. to Superior ave " 1280 

Eighty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st " 1421 

Eighty-fifth sr., from Green Bay ave. to Superior ave " 1281 

Eighty-eighth St., from The Strand to Superior ave " 4.58 

Eighty-ninth St., from The Strand to Ontario ave ' " 4.58 

Eighty-ninth St., from Superior ave. to Bufl'alo ave " 8.30 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave , ' .518 

Fayette pi., from W. Harrison st, to Vernon Park pi ' lldd 

Ferdinand St., from Noble st. to Armour st *' 1105 

Fillmore st,, from Francisco ave. to Kedzie ave " 400 

Forrestville ave., from Forty-third St. to Forty-fourth st " .588 

Forrest ave., from Douglas ave, to Thirty-eighth st " \ 

Fox St., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third st 4.57 

Francisco St., from Twenty-fifth st. to S. W. Boulevard " 230 

Francisco st,, from Lake st, to Colorado ave " 615 

Front st,, from One Hundred and Fifteenth st, to One Hundred and Sixteenth st. . . ! " lliO 

Fullerton ave., from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to C. & N. AV. R. R " 592 

Fullerton ave., from Milwaukee ave, to Kedzie ave " 98b 

Fn-st ave,, from Thomas St. to W. terminus 936 

Fifth ave., from Quincy st, to Van Buren st " 456 

Fortieth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Drexel boul " 615 

Fortieth St., from Madison st, to Kinzie st " 709 

Fortieth St,, from Drexel boul, to alley east " 11,36 

Fortieth st,, from W, Kinzie St. to W, Indiana St. ..... . ...\.... " 1325 

Fortieth St., from alley W. of State st. to S. Dearborn st " 13.57 

Forty-first St., from Langley ave. to U. Stock Yd. R. R " ,592 

Forty-first St., from Madison St. to Kinzie st " 1105 

Forty-first St., from Van Buren st. to Congress st *' llUo 

Forty-second St., from Madison St. to Kinzie st " 707 

Forty-second St., from Halsted St. to Wallace st " 1108 



INDEX 



CXXXVII 



Forty-second St., from Monroe st. to Jackson st Passed 1324 

Forty-second St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Langley ave " 1488 

Forty-third St., from Madison St. to Kinzie st " 707 

Fl rty-third St., from Lake st. to Park ave " 747 

Forty -third St., from Indiana ave. to Grand boul " 1279 

Forty-fourth st., from Ellis ave., to Drexel boul " 517 

Forty-fourth St., from Madison st. to Kinzie st " 707 

Forty-fourth St., from State st. to Vincennes ave " 1431 

Forty-fifth st., from State st. to Wabash ave " 670 

Forty-fifth St., from Madison st, to Kinzie st ^ " 705 

Foty-fifth St.. from Ellis ave. to Drexel boul " 935 

Forty-filth st., from Evans ave. to Cottage Grove ave " ]279 

Forty-sixth St., from Madison st. to Kinzie st " 705 

Forty-seventh St., from Paulina st. to Wood st " 485 

Forty-seventh st., from Madison st. to Kinzie st " 706 

Forty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave " \ ^J^^ 

/ iioo 

Forty-seventh St., from W. Kinzie St. to Chicago ave " 835 

Forty-seventh St., from Wood st. to Ashland ave . " 1108 

Forty-eighth St., from Madison st. to Kinzie st 7O6 

Forty-eighth St., from Wood st. to Kobey st " 1108 

Forty-eighth st., from Madison ave. to Kenwood ave " 1108 

Forty-ninth St., from Woodlawn ave. to Kenwood ave " 670 

Forty-ninth St., from Madison st. to Kinzie st " 707 

Forty-ninth St., from Chicago ave. to Kinzie st " 934 

Forty-ninth St., from Lake ave. to Woodlawn ave " 1107 

Forty-ninth St., from Wood St. to Robey st " 1107 

Fiftieth st., from School st. to first alley West " 518 

Fiftieth St., from Lake ave. to Woodlawn ave ' 615 

Fiftieth St., from Madison st, to Kinzie st " 706 

Fiftieth St. from Paulina St. to Wood st " 1108 

Fifty-first st„ from Madison St. to Kinzie st " 706 

Fifty-first st., from Ashland ave. to Wood st " 1107 

Fifty-first St., from Loomis St. to Centre ave " 1423 

Fifty-second St., from Madison st. to Kinzie st " 706 

Fifty-third St., from School st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R " 1108 

Fifty-third St., from Centre ave to Loomis st " 1423 

Fiftj^-fourth St., from Lafiin st. to Ashland ave ^ ' " 457 

Fifty-fourth St., from Centre ave. to Loomis st " 833 

Fifty-fourth St., from State st. to Wabash ave " 1109 

Fifty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Drexel ave " 593 

Fifty-sixth St., from Centre ave. to Loomis st " 837 

Fifty-sixth St., from Woodlawn ave, to Drexel ave " \ ]};}:^ 

( l/iiV 

Fifty-seventh st., from Centre ave. to Loomis st " 837 

Fifty-seventh st., from Cottage Grove ave. to Woodlawn ave " mo 

Fifty-seventh St.. from Wallace st. to Sherman st : " 1279 

Fifty-eighth st., from Halsted st. to Wallace st. " 

Fifty-eighth St., from State st. to Indiana ave : " 670 

Fifty-eighth st., from Centre ave. to Loomis st " 837 

Fifty-eighth St., from Woodlawn ave; to Madison ave , 1421 

Fifty- ninth St., from Winter st. to Wallace st " 517 

Fifty-ninth st., from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave '* 518 

Fifty-ninth St., from State St. to Soutti Park ave " 615 

Fifty-ninth St., from Centre ave. to Loomis St. " 838 

Fifty-ninth St., from Halsted St. to Morgan st " 1433 

Gage St., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave " 327 

Genesee ave., from Colorado ave to W. Harrison st " 1109 

Girard St., from North ave. to Paulina st .' " 485 

Girard ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 712 

Goodspeed St., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st. " 1109 

Goodspeed st., from Forty-eighth st. to Forty-ninth st " 1109 

Goodspeed St., from Forty-eighth St. to Forty-seventh st " mo 

Goodwin St.. from Aberdeen st. to North Fifty-ninth st " 517 



CXXW III 



<itM)il\viii Hi., Irom KhIiiidi'uI u\«'. to Linv ifiicf avi! 

<}nu i« sr., Irotn N. Clark Mt. to 120 ft, NN . ..( Liiko Ml<-hl»fiiii ...... .. 

(Jraiiil HVc, I'roin ( 'iililonilu iivc. to ('hli'ii;<i» iivo 

(Jniinl live, l ioiii ( 'iililoriim avi«. to NV< stern iiv»' 

(Iniml a\r.. Irniii Nuiih avc. to ltlooiiiiiiK<lulc road. 

(iiaii.l avr., Iroiii North avc. to ( '., M. ^ Nt. I'. It. It 

(HtTii Hay avc. Iroiii MiKlity third hi to Ki>fhty-slxth Hi 

(Iri'cii Kt., Irom Kiu hly-l liird st. to lOlj^lity fourth Ht 

(Jrossavc, from HloomliiuKhilr iil. to (Jourtlund Ht 

Malstt'dst., from Madison st. ty 'i'wclfth st 

Haistrd St., t loni the !{i\ i-r to Hjfan av(! 

Hal.st«'d St., t rom Mixhty-llft h st. to Vinccnncs ave 

Hal.'*l<'d St., from Fifty-llfth st. to Fifty-sixth 8t 

Hai>t«'d s(.. from Seventy-third st . to Seventy-fl fth .st 

Halstedst., t lom Se\-eiity-tlftli st. to I-^iK-hty-tli'st st 

Halstedst., from Ki^hty-ti ftli st . to ViretMines ave 

Hart ave., from Archer ave. to Ekhii ave 

Harvard St., from Westerti ave. to (.'am|)l)ell avo 

Harvard St.. from Califoi nia avo. to Campbell ave 

Harvard St., from Seventy-fifth st. to Soventy-si.xth st 

Harrison st., from Homan ave. to Central Park boul 

Heg-ewisch ave., from One Hundred and Thirty-second st. to One Hundred and Thir- 
ty-sixth St. . . * 

Herndou St., from Wright wood ave. to Mariana st 

Hinman St.. from Western ave. to S. W. Boulevard 

Homan ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Homan ave., from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty-flfth st 

Homan ave., from N'^rth ave, to W. Division st 



I'HHHed 



Homer St., from Leavitt st. to Oakley avc 

Hosmer ave., from C. M. & St. P. R. R. to North ave 

Howard ave., from Wabansia ave. to North ave 

Hoxie ave., from One Hundred and Fourth st. to One Hundred and Ninth St. 

Hoyne ave., from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave 

Hubbard St., from Forty-sixth st. to Fifty. second st 

Humboldt ave., fi-om Columbia ave. to Howard ave 

Humboldt St., from Keeney ave. to Howard ave 

Huron St., from Kedzie ave. to St. Louis ave 

Huron St., from Homan ave., to St. Louis ave 

Indiana ave., from i<"orty-seventh st. to 200 ft. north 

Indiana ave., from Egan ave, to Forty-third st 

Indiana ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-first st 

Indiana St., from W. Forty-sixth st, to W. Fifty-second st 

Indiana St.. from AV. Fortieth st. to Central PArk ave 

Indiana boul., from Ewing ave. to One Hundred and Third st 

Iowa St., from Wood st. to Hoyne ave 

Irving Park boul., from C. & N. W. R. R. to Charles ave 

Jackson St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st 

Jackson St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 

James ave.. from Auburn ave., to Benson st 

Jane St., from Western ave. to Seymour st 

Jefi'erson ave., from Seventy-fourth st. to Seventy-fifth st 

Jefferson ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave 

Jefferson ave.. from Ninety-first st. to Ninety-third st 

Jefferson ave., from C, M. & St. P. R. R. to Armitage ave 

Johnson St., from Eighteenth st. to Canalport avc 

Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st. to Central Park boul 

Kedzie ave., from Chicago ave. to Central Park boul 

Kedzie ave., from Division st. to North ave 

Kadzie ave., from Twentj'-fourth st. to Twenty-seventh st 

Kedzie ave., from Egan ave. to 111. & Mich. Canal 

Kedzie ave , from W. Twenty sixth st. to 111. & Mich. Canal 



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IXDEX 



CXXXIX 



Keeney ave., from McLane ave. to Humboldt ave Passed 591 

Kensington ave., from Forrest ave. to Micbig-an ave " 1105 

Kenwood ave., from Forty-eighth st. to Forty-ninth st UOG 

Kinzie St., from Wood st. to Leavitt st " 589 

Kinzie St., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-eighth st 747 

Lake St., from Fortieth st. to Fiftj'-second st " 7C5 

Lake St., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-eighth st. '• 747 

Lake St., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave •' 748 

Lake St., from Hamlin ave. to Crawford ave " II34 

Lake ave., from Forty-fifth St. to Forty-seventh st " 56I 

Lake ave., from Forty-seventh St. to Fifty -fifth st " 1140 

Lake Park ave.. from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-fli'St st " 1328 

Langley ave., from Forty-fourih sr. to Forty-fifth st " 56I 

Langley ave., from Forty-first st. to U. Stock Yds. R. K " 591 

La Salle St.. frem Archer ave. to Sixteenth st. \ I^.'l^ dj&2^^.^.R^ 1266 

La Salle St., from Sixty-first St. to S'xty-third st " 590 

Laurel st , from Thirt.y-first st. to Doug-las ave " 750 

Lawrence ave., from Huck ave. to to Lincoln ave. " 670 

Lawrence ave., from Forty-first st. to Forty-second st " 1489 

Leavitt St., from Thirty-fourth st. to Archer ave " 19T 

Leavitt St., from Division st. to North ave : " 319 

Leavitt St., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave " 319 

Leavitt St., from Harrison St. to Madison st " 709 

Lexing-ton ave., from Fifty-third St. to Fifty fifth st " 1137 

Lexington ave., from Fifty- 1 bird st. to Fifty-fourth st " 1187 

Lincoln St., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-eighth st " 1140 

Lilly ave., from Hart ave. to Blanchard ave " 1423 

Lock St., from Thirt3'-fii'St St. to Archer ave " 750 

Loomis St., from Forty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 83^ 

Loomis St., from Fift3^-first St. to Fifty-fifth St " 1423 

Lumber St., from Eighteenth st. to Union st. " 1490 

Lyman St., from Main st. to Thirty-first st ''• 515 

Mackinaw ave., from Eig-ht.y-ninth st. to Ninety-second st *' 1140 

Mackinaw ave., from Eig-hty-third st. to Eighty-sixth st " 1280 

Madison St., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st " 1324 

Manistee ave., from Ninety-second st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R : " 1280 

Marquette ave., ffom Ninetj'-second st. to C, R. I. & P. R. R *' 1280 

Marshfield ave., from Thirty-fourth st. to Thirty-seventh st " 229 

Meridian St., from Desplaines st. to Halsted st " 84 

Michigan St., from Wells st. to State st Passed 832, Repeal 1286 

Michigan ave., from Fifty-ninth st. to Sixty-first st Passed 486 

Michigan ave.. from One Hundred and First st. to One Hundred and Third st " 831 

Michigan ave., from One Hundred and Eleventh st. to One Hundred and Nineteenth 

st " 1J40 

Michigan ave., from One Hundred and Third st. to One Hundred and Eleventh st " 1423 

Milwaukee ave , from Fullerton ave. to Logan Square " 93& 

Mitchell St., from North ave. to Bloomingdale Rd Til 

McHenry St.. from North ave. to Wabansia ave 591 

Monroe St.. from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-eighth st Filed 622 

Monroe St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-seventh st " 622 

Monroe St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave Passed 1494 

Moni-oe ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Homan st " 1136. 

Morgan St., from Sixty-sixth St. to Sixty-seventh st 516 

Morgan St., from Fifty-third st. to Fifty-seventh st " 1140" 

Morgan St., from Eighty-third St. to Eighty-fourth st " 1423 

Morgan St., from Courtland st. to Armitage ave " 1423 

Nebraska ave., f^-om Dickens st. to Armitage ave " 229 

Nelson St., from Blucher st. to Soult st " 590 

Newton St., from Division st. to Iowa st " 710 

Noble St., from Indiana St. to North ave " 751 

Norman ave.. from Bloomingdale road to North ave " 711 

North St., from Ashland ave. to N. Clark st ... • " 831 



CXI. 



INDKX 



North FJfty nlnlh »t . from Ashlaml nv«' to N CIark St . Passed «J1 

North Kifty-iilnth «t . In>m Lini-olii ave. to Uubcy Ht - -SJ 

Ninet«'<"nth sU. from State st. to (Jnive nt m 

NInoti'eiith ai.. from Wpntern ave. to ('alifornia avi- . . Ml 

Nlneleonth St., fn)m Anhland avi'. io Wo?«t<'rn ave 749 

Niri<»ty-ttn*t hI.. from Stom-y l!*laiid av**. to N. Y . ('. & St. L. R. K *• l:fcr 

Ninoty-Hccond nt.. from Stotiry Island ave. to Adamn ave.. i:CJ>* 

Ninely-sec<»iul st.. from Kxchan)re ave. to Harbor ave 149ij 

Nlnety-thinl **t.. fn»m Houston ave. to Harl>or ave •• 4H7 

Nlnety-thinl «.t.. from Stoney Island ave. to Jefferson Hve 

Ninetv-toiir\^ St.. fn)m Stoney Island ave. to JetTerson ave •* y.irH 

Nlnety-iUth st., from South Chicago ave. to the Bridge 4x4 

Ninety-seventh st.. rn)m Erie st. to E.xchange ave *• ]:tr, 

Ninety-ninth st., from Avenue "J" to Eighth ave 494 

Ninety-ninth st.. from Fourth ave. to Third ave. or Avenue 'K." i.tJT 

Oakdale ave.. frt)m Kacine ave. to Seminary ave •• Hl.i 

Oakley ave.. from North ave. to Wal>ansia ave " 711 

Oakley ave.. from Fullerton ave. to Greenwood ave 

Ogden pi., from Paulina St. to Wo<id st •• ;j5 

Ogden ave.. from Twelfth st. to Western ave 751 

O^den ave.. from Builer st. to Twenty-seoond st 747 

Ogden ave., from W. Fortieth st. to Hicbmond ave " ]4-'4 

Onio St.. from Kedzie ave. to St. Louis ave ~ 491 

Ohio St., from Homan ave. to St. Louis av \ 1:5*3 

Ontario St.. from NV. Fiftieth st. to W. Fifty-second st ^ 

Oswego St.. from Ashland ave. to Paulina st »570 

Oae Hundredth st.. from Ewing ave. to Avenue "L" " 1330 

One Hundred and First sr. from Commercial ave. to Escanaba ave " 1329 

One Hundred and Second sr.. from Ewing ave. lo Avenue '"K" 1434 

<'>ne Hundred and Third st.. from Indiana ave' to L. S. & M. S. R, R *• 4><7 

< >ne Hundred and Third st, from Avenue "K" to Indiana boul " 1434 

One Hundred and Fourth st., from Avenue '"K" to Ewing ave 1141 

One Hundred and Fourth St.. from Avenue "^K" to Ewing ave 1434 

One Hundred and Sixth St.. from Musfeegon ave. to Torrence ave •• 4^^ 

One Hundred and Sixth St.. fi-om Indiana ave. to Calumet ave 1141 

One Hundred and Sixth St.. from Bensley ave. to Calumet ave 1330 

One Hundred and Sixth St., from Calumet River to Muskegon ave ^ *• 1.33q 

<,)ne Hundred and Seventh St.. fi-om Avenue •"K" to Avenue "P" •• i4-.;4 

One Hundred and Eighth st , from Bensley ave. toC. A: A, K. K •• 4^,7 

One Hundi-ed and Eighth St.. from Torrenceave. to Bensley ave 132*1 

One Hundred and Eleventh St.. from I. C. R. R. to State st 1139 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., from Front sr. to State st - 

One Hundred and Fif ceenth St., from I. C. R. R. to State st 1130 

One Hundred and Thiity-ihird St.. from S. Chicago ave. to P.. F. W. i C. R. R •• 4,'*7 

One Hundred and Thirty-fourth St., from S. Chicago ave. to Pamell ave *• 4.<r 

Pacific ave.. from Central Park ave. to Eberhaidt ave •• 544 

Pacific ave., from Homan ave. to Eberhardt ave •• 544 

Palftsaide ave.. from Central Park ave. to Homan ave ^ 

Park ave. iLake . from Central Park ave. to Homan ave •» 516 

Park ave.. from Montrose boul. to Willis ave (jgjj 

Park ave., from Fortieth st. to Fifty-second st 7(g 

Park ave.. from Diversy st. north to alley 1^ 

Parmelee sr.. from Hoyne ave. to Leavitt st " 230 

Paulina St.. from Armitage ave. to Commercial ave Repeal • 3s 

Paulina St.. from Archer ave. to Thirty-eighth st •• i-~ 

Paulina St.. from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave, " 751 

Paulina St.. from Forty-sixth st. to Forty-seventh st " 

Peoria St.. from Harrison st, to Ivinzie st " 7O6 

Peoria St.. from Fifty-thiri St., to Fifty-seventh st - 1139 

Peoria St., from Eighty-third st. to Eighty-fourth st ^ . - i^^i 

Peoiia St.. from Seventieth st. to Seventy-first st i4c^ 

Perry St.. from Belmont ave. to Melrose st " 59O 



INDEX 



CXLI 



Perry St., from Lincoln ave. to Diversy st Passed 934 

Perry St., from Sixty-fifth st. to Sixty-ninth st ** 31*1 

Perry ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave 488 

Peterson St., from Robey st to Hoyne st " 35 

Pierce ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 

Pine Grove ave., from Grace st. to Cornelia st " 

Pleasant pi., from Perry St. to Hoffman ave " 35 

Polk St., from Campbell ave. to California ave " 228 

Polk St., from Centre ave. to Lytle st Repeal, 1339 1425 

Potomac ave., from Robey st. to Western ave "J'lO 

Prairie ave.. from Thirty -third st. to Thirty-Eighth st. 1327 

Randolph St., from Fortieth St. to Fifty-second st '* 

Randolph St., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave " '•'09 

Rawson St.. from McHenry St. to Elston ave 590 

Rebecca St., from Throop st. to Ashland ave .• " 488 

Redfleld St., from McHenry St. to Elston ave " 590 

Rhodes ave.. from Seventy-first St. to Soiitt Chicago ave '* I486 

Richmond ave., from Humboldt ave. to Evergreen ave " 545 

Richmond ave., from Diversy st. to Evergreen ave 544 

Ridgeland ave., from Irving Park boul. to Warner ave " 1138 

Ridgeway ave., from W. Chicago ave. to W. Kinzie st " 1330 

Robey St., from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 748 

Robey St., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-first st ' 1139 

Robey St., from Blue Island ave. to the River " 1330 

Rokeby St., from Graceland ave. to Addison st S. & A.,N. D. 941, File 1059 

Sacramento ave. , from Twenty-fourth st. to Twenty-fifth st Passed 231 

Sangamon St., from Sixty-sixth St. to Sixty-seventh st " 542 

Sangamon St., from Seventieth st. to 300 ft. south 1141 

Sangamon st., from Fifty-flflh st. to Fifty-seventh st " L142 

Sangamon St., from Eighty-third st. to Eighty-fourth st " 1491 

Schell ave., from Seventy-fifth st. to Seventy-sixth st " 1141 

School St.. from Forty-fifth St. to Forty-seventh st " 1490 

Seymour st., from W. Division st. to Jane st " 831 

Sheffield ave., from Lawrence ave. to Ainslie st '* 669 

Sheridan St., from Division St. to North ave " 1 1326 

Short St., from Danforth st. to Milwaukee ave " 1491 

Snow St., from Elston ave. to Fullerton ave , " 7l2 

Springfield ave., from Humboldt ave. to Fullerton ave " 1138 

Springfield ave., from W. Chicago ave. to W. Kinzie st " 133i 

Stanton ave., from Fortieth st. to Union Stock Yarks T. Co " 516 

Stanton ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave " 1137 

State St., from Thirty-third st. to Egan ave " 748 

State St., from One Hundred and Eleventh st. to One Hundred and Nineteenth st — " 1491 

St. George ct., from Milwaukee ave. to Stave st " 318 

St. Lawrence ave., from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-fifth st " TSl 

St. Louis ave. , from Lake st. to C. & N. W. R. R *. " 489 

Stoney Island ave. from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st " *88 

Stoney Island ave. from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-third st " 8.33 

Storms ave. from Seventy-seventh st. to Seventy-eighth st " 1489 

Strana (The*, from Eighty-seventh st. to Eighty-ninth st '* 490 

South Chicago ave., from Commercial ave. to Manistee ave " 489 

South Chicago ave., from One Hundred and Thirty-first to One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth st " 1328 

Saginaw ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to S. Chicago ave 1491 

S. Normal Parkway, from Wright St. to Stewart ave " 488 

Summit ave., from Eighty-third st. to Eighty-fourth st " 1492 

Summit ave., from Eighty-fourth st. to Eight j -seventh st " 1492 

Superior ave., from Eighty-seventh St. to Eighty-eighth st '* 489 

Superior ave., from Eignty-third St. to Eighty-sixth st " 1331 

Superior ave.. from One Hundred and Thirty-second st. to One Hundred and Thirty- 
sixth st " 1328 

Superior St., from Lincoln St. to Western ave " 711 



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Superior Ht , Iroiii. KorJy.Hlxth 8t. to P'ifty-Hooond Ht 

Superior nl., from KlirlUy-eljfhth st. to Miii'ty-tblrU Hi 

Scfoiid u\r.. Iroiii Kiillcrloii iivc. to W. tri nilfiiis 

Sixth HVi'., from Nlnoty -ninth nt. to Otic Hundredth Ht. 
Si'vt-nth live., from Ninety-eighth st. to Ninety-ninth Ht . 
Sixteenth St.. from Centriil I'ark a\e. to W. Fortieth st . . 
Seventeenth St.. Irom Itoekwell st. to Wiishteniiw uve. 

Sixtieth St.. from tlitntral I'ark ave to Honian ave 

Sixty-flrnt Ht., from ('entral Turk live, to Homan uvo 

Sixty-first St.. from Woodluwn ave. to .Miulison ave 

Sixty-tlrst sl.. from St. Paul ave. to (JottaRc (ii ovo ave. . 
Sixty-second st., from Central Park ave. to Homan ave.. 
Sixty-third st.. Irom Central Park ave. to Ashland ave... 

Sixty-t'oiirth st., from Kberliardt ave-. to Homan ave 

Sixty-tlftli st , from Eherhardt ave. to Homan ave f . . . 

Sixty-fifth .St., from Central ]»ark ave. to Homan ave 

Sixty fifth St.. from VVentAvorl li ave. to first alley west... 

Sixty-fifth St., from Wentworth ave. to State 8t 

Sixty-sixth st„ from Central Park ave. to Eberhardt ave. 

Sixty-sixth St., from State st. to C. & W. Ind. K. K 

Sixty-seventh st.. from State st. to Wentworth ave. 

Sixty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Morg-an st 

Sixtj-eig-hth st., from Vincennes ave. to La Fayette ave. 

Seventieth st., from Halsted st. to Morgan st 



Seventy-first St., from Stoney Island ave. to Yates ave ' 

Seventy-first St., from Stewart ave. to C. & W. Ind. R. R 

Sevent3--first St., from Cottage Grove ave. to I. C. R. R 

Seventy-second St., from South Chicago ave. to Woodlawn ave 

Seventj'-second St., South Chicago ave. to Rhodes ave 

Seventv-third St., from Jeffrey ave. to Yates ave . . . .Passed 8.33, Repeal 1360, Repeal 

Seventy-third St., Greenwood ave. to South Chicago ave 

Seventj'-third St.. from Halsted st. to Morgan st 

Seventy-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st 

Seventy-fifth St., from Railroad ave. to Jeffrey ave 

Seventy-fifth st., from Railroad hve. to Bond ave 

Seventy fifth st., from Stewart ave. to Vincennes ave 

Seventy-sixth St., from Stewart ave. to Vincennes ave 

Tell ct.. from X. Wells st. to X. Franklin st 

Thomas St., from Palmer pi. to Logan square 

Throop St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fiflj'-ninth st 

Tinkham ave., from Frederick st. to Xorth ave 

Tinkham ave., from W. Ohio st. to W. Indiana st 

Torrence ave., from One Hundred and Fourth st. to One Hundred and Xinth st 

Torrence ave.. from One Hi*iidred and Sixth st. to 180 feet South 

Town St., from Blackhawk st. to Xorth ave 

Tracey ave.. from State st. to Michigan ave 

Tripp ave., from Xorth ave. to Wabansiaave 

Troy St.. from Twenty-fourth st. to Twe^ity-seventh st 

Trumbull ave., from W. Huron st. to W. Chicago ave 

Trumbull ave.. from Colorado ave. to W. Harrison st 

Trustee st.. from Kinzie st. to X. terminus 

Tuttle ave., from Clark st. to Ashland ave 

Twelfth St., from Rockwell st. to California aA'e 

Thirteenth St., from Waller st. to Blue Island ave 

Thirteenth st., from Lincoln st. to Robey st 

Thirteenth St.. from Leavitt st. to Robey st 

Twentieth St., from Ashlaud ave. to Western ave 

Twentieth St., from Throop St. to W. terminus 

Twenty-first st., from Western ave. to California ave 

Twenty-second St., from Brown st. to River 

Twenty-second St., from Wentworth ave. to Portland ave 

Twenty-third St., from Lawndale ave. to Hamlin ave 



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(k 


36 


4i 


1134 


kk 


1134 


ii 


230 


*k 


1326 


kt 


1493 


C. 


176 


ii 


59C 


kk 


185 


k 4 


198 


kk 


318 




.543 


• 4 


3o 


kl 


83 


4k 


.>43 


44 


129 


kk 


.318 


kk 


227 



INDEX CXLIII 

Twenty-fourth St., trom Hanover st. to Archer ave Passed 238 

Twenty-fourth St., from Hanover st. to Wentworth ave " 318 

Twenty-fo irth St. from '^outh Park ave. to Lake Park ave 490 

Twenty-fourth St., from Crawford ave. to Winchester ave ... " 934 

Twenty-fifth St., trom Homan ave. to Millard ave " 328 

Twenty-fifth St., from Troy ave. to Kedzie ave " 328 

Twenty-fifth St., from Western ave. io Rockwell st '• 228 

Twenty-fifth st., from State st. to Sanger st r " 317 

Twenty-fifth St., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " 318 

Twenty-fifth St.. from Butler st. to Sanger st " 548 

Twenty-sixth St.. from Sacramento ave. to Kedzie ave " 230 

Twenty-sixth St., from Lawndale ave. to Forty-second st '* 1493 

Twenty-seventh st., from Drexel boul. to I, C. R. R " 588 

Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover st.to Stewart ave " "^^47 

Twenty-seventh St., from Halsted St. to Quarry st " 832 

Twentj'-seventh St., from Hanover st. to Wallace st " 1325 

Thirty-first St., from State St. to Lake ave " 490 

Thirtj'-first St., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " 938 

Thirty-third St., from State St. to Cottage Grove ave " 490 

Thirty-third St., from Rhodes ave. to Lake Park ave " 616 

Thirty-third St., from State St. to Halsted st " 704 

Thirtj^-fourth St., from Wood St. to Archer ave " 177 

Thirty-foui-th St., from Halsted st. to Ullman ave *' 227 

Thirty-fifth St., from Halsted st. to Laurel st " 229 

Thirty-fifth St., from Oakley ave. toAVestern ave " 1326 

Thirty-sixth St., from State st. to Indiana ave " 490 

Thirty-sixth St., from Stewart ave. to Laurel st " 490 

Thirty-sixth St., from Butler st. to Laurel st " 708 

Thirty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Ellis ave " 936 

Thirty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes ave 1493 

Thirty-seventh St., from A&hland ave. to Archer ave " 176 

Thirty-seventh St., from Leavitt St. to Archer ave " 834 

Thirty-seventh St.. from Lake ave. to within 90 ft. of Cottage Grove ave " 1492 

Thirty-seventh St., from Lake ave. to Ellis ave " 1493 

Thirty-eighth St., from Vincennes ave. to 323 ft. W. Cottage Grove ave " 834 

Thirty eighth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to 323 ft. west " 1489 

L^llman St.. from Thirty-first St. to Egan ave 24.5 

Van Buren St., from Halsted st. to Ashland ave •' 709 

Vincennes ave , from Forty-fourth st. to Forty-filth st " 616 

( '"10 

Vincennes ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave -j g^g 

Vincennes ave., from Fifty-third st. to Fiftj'-fitth st " 1137 

Wabash ave., from Fifty-sixth st. to Fittj'-eighth st '• 491 

Wabash ave., frorri Forty- fourth st. to Forty-seventh st " 669 

Wabash ave., from Twelfth st. to Tvventy-second st Repeal '• 992 

AValdo pi., from Desplaiues st. to Halsted st " 400 

Wallace St., from Fitly fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st " 542 

Wallace St., from Thirty-first st. to Egan ave " 749 

Ward St., from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave " 749 

Warren ave.. from Ogdon ave to Ashland ave " 198 

Warren ave., from Wt'stern ave. to Ashland ave 589 

Warren ave., from California ave to Western ave " 616 

Washburn ave., from Rockwell St. to Washtenaw ave , *' 229 

AVashington avf .. from Lake st. to Fifty-ninth st " 61.5 

Washington ave.. from Ninety first st.to Ninety-fifth st " 1324 

Washington ave., from Lawrence ave. to Oak st " 1486 

Washington ave.. Fronting Blocks 2 and 15, from Montrose boul. to Centre st 1494 

Washington St., from Fortieth st. to Fifty-second st .*. " 705 

Washburn ave., fromWashtenaw ave. to California ave " 129 

Washtenaw ave., from Van Buren St. to Lexington st " 491 

"Washtenaw ave., from Twelfth st. to Twenty-second st " 749 

W'eage ave., from Sheridan ave. to Kedzie ave •. " 401 

AVebster ave., trom Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st '• 1135 



CXLIV 



IXDKX 



Wc'bHtrr av<'., from (:ij ln)urn hvp to ChlfHifo river Passed IIW 

Welti Ht., fn>m Kven-lt Kt, to WllllHin st " (Ml* 

WrllK Ht., from (MilciiKo l{lv«>r to Iiidiuna nt Passed KJK, Uepfal Passed 1287 

U'«>iitworth Hv«',, rn)m Archer hvv. to Napoleon pi *' HI 

Weiitworth ave., from Thirty-thlnl Ht. to Napoleon pi " VM 

Went worth live., from Thirty-third Ht. to Kjfan ave " 22!> 

Wentworth ave., in.m Sixteenth st. to KiRhteenth 8t ] S.T'iaK'^"^"*'. R^^^^ Passed 126* 

Went worth ave., from SLxty-Hixth Ht. to SIxty-Heventh Ht " 11% 

Western avo., from Lawrence ave. Jo Leo pi " 1138 

Western hv<'., from Sixteenth st. to Ki«rht(!enth st 1357 

Wluirton ave., from Fifty-fourth Ht. to Fifty llfth st " 1324 

Whipple St., from Twenty-fourth st. to Twenty-Hfth st 22» 

Whipple St., from Twenty-sixth Ht. to Tw(!nty-tlfth st " UMT 

Winehester ave., from Taylor st. to Twelfth st " *.i>C> 

Winehester ave., from Madison st. to Polk st Kepeal *' -fl^i 

Winehester ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-ninth st " li:J5 

WInthrop ave., from Aberdeen st. to N. Fifty-ninth st :.. " 'A'.\ 

Willow St., from Clybourn nvo. to Hawthorne ave *' 

Woodlawn ave., from Forty eijfhth st. to Fifty-llrst st " 58tt 

Woodlawn ave., from Lake ave. to Fifty-first st " li:i7 

Woodlawn ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-fifth st Passed 1136, Repeal " 1499 

Wood St., from Harrison St. to Blue Island ave " 387 

Wood St., from Forty-sixth st. to Forty-seventh st " 1135 

Woodside ave., from School St. to Roseoe st " 1141 

Wrijrht St., from Forty-fifth St. to Forty-ninth st " 561 

Wrig-ht St., from North ave. to W^abansia ave 589 

Wright St., from Sixtj'-fifth St. to Sixty-seventh st " 1134 

Wrig-ht St., from Seventieth st. to Seventy-first st " 1135 

.Yates ave., from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-fifth st " 832 



STREET IMPROVEMEXT. 

Alleys between Ada, Noble, Erie and Ohio sts. Curbing, grading and paving Passed 1275 

Alley between Ann, Elizabeth, Lake and Fulton sts. Curbing, grading and paving. . . 60 

Alley between Ann, Elizabeth, Lake and Fulton sts. Curbing, grading and paving. 

Repeal • " 495 

Alley between Ashland ave., Paulina and Madison sts. and Warren ave. Curbing, 

grading and paving •' • 1016 

Alley between Barber, Wi-ight, Halsted and Union sts. Curbing, grading and paving. " 1193 

Alley between Bradlej% Blackhawk, Cleaver and Noble sts. Curbing, grading and 

paving " 1193 

Alley between Centre ave., Lytle St., Gilpin pi. and McAllister st. Curbing, grading 

and paving 367 

Alley between Centre ave., Lytle St., Gilpin pi. and McAllister st. Curbing, grading 

and paving, Repeal 1433 

Alley between Centre ave., Elizabeth, Erie and Ohio sts. Curbing, grading and paving " 1276 

Alley between Centre ave., Noble St., Chicago ave. and Fry st. Curbing, grading and 

paving " 1194 

AUey.s between Chicago ave.. Locust St., Townsend st. and Milton ave. Curbing, grad- 
ing and paving " 399 

Alley between Cottage Grove ave.,!. C. R. R., Groveland and Woodland Parks. Re- 
peal " 405 

Alley from Division to Noble sts., First N. of Milwaukee ave. Curbing, grading and 

paving '. " 1193 

Alley between Eighteenth and Twentieth sts., Wabash and Michigan aves. Curbing, " j 79 
grading and paving .' ^ '* ' 368 

Alley between Elizabeth, Ada, Erie and Ohio sts. Curbing, grading and paving. : " 1276 



INDEX 



CXLV 



Alley betwaen Fifty-first and Fifty-second sts., Woodlawn and Kimbark aves. Curb- 








53t» 


Allpv bptween Harrison Polk and Shprman RtR and Fifth avp Cnrbiner. srradiniT 










225 


Allpv betwopn Noblp st C ^fe N 'W Tt R T)iviRinn and Sloan stB Clnrbinar. erradinfir. 








i( 


1193 


Alley between Noble St., C. & N. W. R. R., Bi'adley and Sloan sts. Curbing', grading. 








44 




Alley between Prairie and Calumet ave., Twenty-ninth and Ray sts. Curbing, grad- 








4( 


Lit 


Alley between Prairie and Calumet aves., Ganoand Ray sts. Curbing, grading and 








(4 


looo 


Alley between Schiller St., Burton pi., State and Dearborn sts. Curbing, grading 








;4 


tCl 


Alley between Thirtieth and Thirty-first sts., Vernon and Cottag-e Grove aves. Curb- 




J JrJ4r 


1 n cr cTTSi diner and navino* 


H 


( 201 


\11pvc "hptwppn Thirtlpth and Thirfv-first Rt,s Vprnon and Sonth T*arlc av^ Curbinar. 






cTTadincr and navinw 


it 


126 


A 11pv«; bptwppn Thirtv-first, and Tbiri'v-Rpoond Rt,s ^^prnon and South Park avGS. 






r^n T'hi n o* DT*a di n cr qti d Tia vi n 


n 


95 


Allpv^ bptwppn Thirtv-fir^t and Tbirtv-Rpoond RtK Stafp and Wabash avp Curb— 






incr irr'adincr and navnncr 


44 


96 


Allpvft bpfwppn ThiT'tv-fir^it and Thirtv-sppond Rt^ WabaRh and Afiohlfiran avpR 






C*^'^ T"V*i n cr crfa diner and "na \'in cr 


4* 


96 


Allpv«5 bPtwppn Thir1"v-fir*it and Thirtv-Rppond RtR Tndiana and T^rairip avp< Pnrb- 

U C J C U C L »T xX JL X-IXX L J XX X o i- CXIX VX -X XXXX I, J £j\_'V>V/ l-L\A O vOb ^ XXX\XX.C%Xl.CAi CAXXXX J. X mXX XV/ C-^ * \^ O • LX X Kf 






"in cr cTT'a d i n cr and "na n cr 


44 


97 


AUpvr bptwppn Tbiyt v-fir^t and Thirtv-^poond RtR P'orpRt and T^raii^p avpR. d]rb- 

1 1 J 3 KJ\^ L » T tr trXX -L XXi.X L J AXX J L C*. LL VX J- LXXX L J ^^V./\_/ XxU. C LO ■ j -1- V./ A U d Lll.X J, X OXX X^ C% » 0» \_, UX KJ 






1 n cr crTadincr and navincr 


4t 


9T 


AiipvR bptwppn Thirtv-fii'^t and ThiT'tv-^ppond *itR T'ofpRt and C*abimpt avpR Pni'b- 

i I ^ J J kJ C L * t V LI- J- iX i-X L > IXX J L- d -LX VX J. XXXX C^Kj \J IX vX ^ L O • ^ X> \J X L (\i 1 A VX V-/ iX X I ^ I I I C i. CL ^ o • \^ Li X KJ 






incr crvadincr and navincr 


<4 


97 


A llpvR bptwppn Thii^v-firRt and TTilrtv-'ippond RtR Sonth T*arlv and Pabimpt avpR. 

1 1 ~ J C C I. " V- XX -L -Li XL V. J .IXX k!r L tX XX vX -L J-IXX t3 v» V> -LI VX C V ^ v-^ U X' XI J- CXX .IX. C* 1 1 VX V> C4X LX 1 lH-/ & C* 1 u« 






dTrbincr crvadincr and navincr 


44 


98 


Allpv^ bptwppn Th ii'tv-fi TR r and Tbirtv-Rppond RfA Vpynon and "RhndpR avPR dii'b- 






1 n cr cr va dino" and "na vi n cr 


it 


125 


AllpvR bptwppn Thirtv-fiv^t and Thirtv-Rpoond RtR Cotta^p nrovp and TthodPR avps. 

^J_Ll\^ J O L* C U »T C Li. JL XJ LX L ^ 1 1 L. CL J-L\X ^ XXXX L J £3V- \y V./ XX*-!, O LO* j Vy v V L \J X W T V* mXX U. J.VXX\_/ VX V/ O » V- D* 






f^iTpbincr oTadincr and navincr 


4( 


135 


AllpvR bptwppn TTiirt v-1ir*!t and Thii^v-^sppond RtR Pottaffp (rrovp and (rrovpland 

1 1 C J C LTxir L »» V^*r^ 1 ' _L 1 1 XX L T XX L ^ L. U LX «-X JL XXX X L Jf o LIVX C L ^ ■ ^ \_, \j L Lu.g VJ X KJ > t CXXXVX \J X > \_. X CA XXU. 






avP2 r^iiT'b'incr crT*adino' and navincr 


41 


1016 


A 1 Ipvr bptwppn Thirtv-RPPond and Thirtv-tblfd RtK Stat^ Rt and ^^abaRh avp Curb- 

XiXXC J O KJ \^ V * * C C XX -L XI XX L' > O V, V> \J XX LI CX-XX VX J- XXX *■ J L-UXX U. O LO* ^ \/Ckil/\^ OX • CXLXLX T T CX L/CXO LX CX' « v. ■ LXX KJ 






"incr crT'aHincr and navincr 


44 


96 


AUpvq bpfwppn T^ViiT'tv-sippnnd and T^biTtv-thiT'd Rt»5 \fipbicran and \V abaRh avpR 






r^i 1 vV^i ncr trvarlTncr ani^ TiQ t"! n cr 


4i 


96 


AllpvR bptwppn Tbi v-^ppon d and TbiT^v-tbivd Qt^ Afiphi^^an and Tndiana avPR 

-/A 1 1 V J O U V L »> LL -LLllXL^ ^tri_ U XXLA CI XXLL -L, LIXL L j LLl-LL \JL O L O* ^ ^rXXXp/XXX^ CL LL d LXLL A. LLVXXCl Liu. CX > t- o« 






r^'n T"V*i Ti cr cTT^a (iincr qtiH niiTiTicr 


;( 


97 


All pvc bptwppn T"}! 1 yl'v-^ppnn d and 1'hiTtv-th ii*d RtQ T^T^aiTip and Tn di ana a vpr dn'b- 

JUXIO^ O Lie L » C^Crxj- X-LllL I, y ^CTL-vJilLl Cl-LlV-l L LLXX Lj " ''ill u DIO.^ X X CXJX X\;^ ClXXIX X-LXIXXCXXXCX t» V \>0* V-/ LxX KJ 






"incr crT*aiiincr anrl Tvavincr 


n 


97 


AllpvQ bptwppn TbiTtv-sppond and Thirtv-tbivd RtR T^vaiTip and P*oi'PRt avpR f^nvb— 

^^LXy^j J L/CT 1. >^ t- L^Ll X .XX 1 L L^> O LLU £1 LLLL X XXXX L-LIXX VX oLOa^ X XAXLX^ d-LLLi X L'XCOL dvCO* \_/ UX KJ 






inrr frt*Qi^iTiO' QTirl noT^inrr 


44 


97 


A llPT* l^Pl"TCP£iTT T'h i T'f'xr— cpr»r\Ti H a n (i T^hiiM'tT'—'f" Hi cl'i^ r^olnmpl" anrl Ti^Of t*pr1" avPG 
Ut-L» tJtJ-LL Xlxli L\ ^tri- ULILI dLLLi iUxILj ~ Lxlll li. a Lfe«, \^ cti Llili C L cxLlU. X^JliCSL dV Co* 








44 


9S 


A 1 1 pv bpl'wppn T'biT't v-Rppon li and T'b ivl'v—Pi crh tb Rtc f^a 1 nm pt and Son t b T*a tIt a vpr 

■ix. X ICr^ UC L >> Crtr li XtllXLJ^"\rV_L'LlLI CILIU, Xll LL L \ LI L-Ll o L o* ^ W dl U. LXLC L d IXiX iJ\J U LXl X dX J\. d > Co* 






l' 1 1 "pVi "! tt rr or ciriiTifT- QnrJ n q n fr 


44 


98 


A llpv bptwppn T^b TTl"v-.Rppon fl and T'hii^v-tbi t*/! etc A'^PTn on and South T*a vlr a VPQ 

X*. 1 IV/ J UVL»>VdX X iX*X L J oCV^ U LIVX dXxU. X IJXx L j LlXll U. ol-0>f t CJxLlVJi-J. d-LlU. LJL/CXL-LL X dX-iV d\CO* 






1^ n y rM Ti fr rr t»q ri "i n rr q n rl o ti rv 


44 


98 


Allpv bptwppn T^ViT "tT v-cpprm rl an^^ T'Viit^t'— I'hiyrl el's T'^PTnon and T?hodpR avpR 










X«T 


Alley between Thirty-second and Thirty-third sts., Cotrage Grove and Rhodes aves. 






Curbing, gi-ading and pacing 


44 


125 


Alley between Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth sts., South Park and Vernon aves. 










16i 


Alleys between Thirty -third St., Douglas ave,. Calumet and South Park aves. Curb- 








4» 


.S6< 


Alleys between Thirty-third St., Douglas ave., Calumet and Forrest aves. uui'bing. 






grading and paving 


44 


841 



CXL\1 



IXDKX 



Allt v Ih'I wc(m Tliirty-roiii th St., DouwIhh ave., Mlotilwan iindliuliaiiu uvch. CiirhiriR, 



Alli'y lictwjwn Thirty-fourth si ., DmmrlHrt uvo., MichiKtiti ittid lridianaHvt*H. CurhinR. 

RiHiliiiM- anil jiiiviiij^ llf|»<.'al " yH'J 

Alleys l)«'t\v»M'ii Thirl y-luiirih Ht.. DoiiRlaH ave.. Calumet atid Srtuth Park uvch. (.'urh- 

IliK", KTUtliiiK and pa\ iiiK S. & A.. S. I). " 'Mi 

AUvv hctw(>(>ri ThlrtyM'lKhth Ht., KKaii ayo., 8tatt! and Duarborn .stB. Curbing, grad- 

\UK and paviuK K41 

Alley brtwccn Tliirty-rijrlit h h!., Kjran ave.. State an<l Dearborn sts. Curbing trrad- 

ln>r and |>a\ inK Keix-al ** 12Hf5 

Alit y between Twonty-tlrst and Twenty-seeond sts., State Ht. and Wabash ave. Curb- 

In^', H-radiny and paving " 

Alley bet ween Twenty-second and Twenth-third sts., MichiKan and Indiana aves. 

( 'urbinK, Vi'itdinK und pavinir :V\H 

Alley bet ween 'i'wenry-rhird and Twenty-fourth sts, Michig'an and Indiana iivea. 

Curl)in>r, K radinji' and j)avinfir Kf;peai ' «;l 

Alley between Twenth-third and Twenty-fourtti sts.. State and Dearborn sts. Curb- 

inK. gradinj? and jjaving' " 1192 

Alley between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-si. \th sts., Michig-an and Indiana aves. 

CurbinR-, y radin^ and paving- •• 

Alley between Twenty-tilth and Twenty-sixth sts., Michig-an and Wabash aves. 

Curbing, g-rading- and paving 4^4 

Alley between Twenty-fltth and Twenty-sixth sts., State and Dearborn sts. Curbing-, 

grading- and paving • " l]9:i 

Alley between Twenty-sixth and Twentj'-eighth sts., State st. and Wabash ave. 

Curbing-, grading and paving- " 134 

Alleys between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth sts., Calumet and Sonth Park aves. 

Curbing, gf ading and paving- " 127 

Allej'S between Twenty-ninth andThirtieth sts.. State st. and Wabash ave. Curbing, 

grading and paving- " 125 

Alllej s between Twentj'-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Vernon and Cottage Grove aves. 

Curbing, grading and paving- '- 121 

AUleys between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., Indiana and Prairie aves. Curb- 
ing, grading and paving " 282 

Alleys between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts.. Cottage Groye and Groveland aves. 

Curbing, grading and paving " 612 

Alleys between Twentj'-ninth and Ray sts., Sonth Park and Calumet aves. Curbing, 

grading and paving " 126 

Alleys between Van Buren and Congress sts., Fifth ave. and Franklin st. Curbing, 

grading and paving " 299 

Alleys from Warren ave. to Washington boul., 200 ft. E. of Homan ave. Curbing, 

grading and paving '* 164 

Alleys in Sub Block 1, Block 5, Sheffield's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1356 

Alleys in Sub Block 1, Block 13, W. 14 Sec. 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving. ... 1194 
Alleys in Sub Block 1, Taylor's Subdn. Block 1, Assessor's Div. E. V^, N. W. I4, Sec. 

8,39,14. Curbing, gr iding and paving " 1277 

Alley in S. Y2 Block 1, Sec. 7, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1253 

Alleys in Block 1, Union Park Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 125 

Alleys in Sub Block 2, Block 5, Sheffield's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1356 

Alleys in Sub Block 2, Block 10, W. 14 Sec. 5. 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving. . . " 1194 
Alleys in Sub. Block 2 Block 13. W. Y2 Sec. 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving . . " 1194 

Alleys in Block 2, Bushnell's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 926 

Alleys in Sub Block 2, Tayloi-'s Sub Block 1, Assrs. Div.. E. 14 N. W. H Sec. 8, 39, 14. 

Curbing, grading and paving " 1276 

Alley in Block 3, Taylor's Sub. Curbing, grading and paving Repeal " 910 

Alleys in Block 3, Taylor's Sub., Block 1, Assrs. Div. E. H N. W. I4 Sec 8. 39, 14. Curb- 
ing, grading and paving " 1276 

AUej'S in Block 3, Block 5, ShetKeld's Addn. Cvirbing, grading and paving " 1355 

Alley in Sub. Block 3, Block 20. S. f rac. Sec. 29, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 1191 

Alleys in Block 3. C. T. Sub., S. f rac. I4 Sec. 3, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving. ... " 224 

Alley in Block 3, Bushnell's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving '• 202 

Alley in Block 4, Newberry's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 225 

Alley in Block 4, f rac. See. 15. Addn. Curbing, grading and paving Repeal " 547 



INDEX 



CXLVII 



Alleys in Sub. Block 3 Taylor's Sub.. Block 1 Assrs. Div., E. M N, W. M Sec. 8, 39, 14. 

Curbing, grading- and paving • Passed 1276 

Alleys in Sub. Block 3, Union Park Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1485 

Alley in Block 5, Newberrj-'s Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 3^6 

Alley in Block 5, Ashland 2d Addn. Curbing, grading and paving ' 403 

Alley in Block 5, Stone's Sub. of Astor's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 79 

Alleys in Sub. Block 5, Taylor's Sub., Block 1 Assrs. Sub. E. N. W. % Sec. 8, 39, 14, 

Curbing, grading and paving " 1376 

Alley in Block 5, W. ^4 Sec. 27, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1193 

Alleys in E. H Block 5, W. i4 Sec. 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1353 

Alleys in W. ^4 Block 5, W, ^ Sec. 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1353 

Alleys in Block 6, Elston's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1354 

Alleys in Blocks 6 and 11. Bushnell's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 937 

Alley in W. H Block 6 W. 14 Sec, 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1351 

Alleys in E. ^4 Block B W, V4 Sec. 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1353 

Alley in W. H Block 6 Union Park 3d Addn. Curbing, grading and paving *' 1323 

Alleys in Block 6 Newberry's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 136 

Alley in Block 6 Wright's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1191 

Alleys in Block 7 C. T. Sub. S. Erl. Sec. 3, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 225 

Alley in Block 8, S. Frl. Sec, 3, 39, 14. Curbing, filling and paving " 1194 

Alley in W. }4 Block 9 Sec. 33, 40, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1015 

Alley in Block 9 W. % and W. 14 N. E. J4 Sec. 17. Curbing, grading and paving " 283 

Alleys in Block 10 Uuxon Park 2d Addn. Curbing, grading and paving : " 134 

Alleys in Block 10 Union Park 2d Addn. Curbing, grading and paving Repeal *' 495 

Alleys in E. i4 Blocks 11 and 13 W. Sec. 5, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1275 

Alleys in Block 12 Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 126 

Alley in Bloc«: 12 W. M and W. 14 N. E. 14 Sec. 17, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving. " 283 
Alleys in Block 13 W. 14 and W. N. E. }i Sec. 17, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing Repeal " 1200 

Alleys in Blocks 13 and 13 S. F. Smith's Sub. N. E. % N. E. I4 Sec. 18, 39, 14. Curbing, 

grading and paving " 703 

Alleys in Blocks 13 and 15 W. V2 and W. 1/2 N. E. 14 Sec. 17. 39, 14. Curbing, grading 

and paving Repeal " 1300 

Alleys in Block 13 Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 136 

Alley in S. H Block 13 Fort Dearborn Addn. Grading and paving 381 

Alleys in Block 15, W. 14 and W. 14 N. E. 14 Sec. 17, 39. 14. Curbing, grading and paving " , 383 

Alley in Block 15, Elston's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1276 

Alley in Block 16, Bushnell's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 325 

Alleys in Block 16, Ogden's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving I " 235 

Alleys in Block 17, Butler, Wright & Webster's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 235 

Alleys in Block 17, Elston's Addn. Curbintr, grading and paving " 1379 

Alleys in Block 17, C. T. Sub. W. 14 and W. >^ K . E. Sec. 17, 39. 14. Curbing, grading 

and paving " 398 

Alleys in Block 17, C. T. Sub, W. 14 and W. 14 N, E. 14 Sec. 17,39, 14. Curbing, grading 

and paving Repeal S. & A. S. D., 7.56 

Alleys in Block 18, C. T, Sub. W, H and W. N. E. Sec. 17, 39, 14. Curbing, grading 

and paving Repeal " 433 

Alleys in Block 19, Bushnell's Addn. Curbing, gi-ading and paving " 967 

Alleys in Block 19, Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving *' 968 

Alleys in Block 19, W. i/4 and VV. i4 N. E. J4 Sec. 17, &c. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing Repeal " 38 

Alleys in Block 19, W. y^ and W. !4 N. E. ^ Sec. 17, &c. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 1354 

Alleys in Block 19, Ogden's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 301 

Alleys in Block 30, Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving. " 336 

Alleys inE, 14 Blocks 31 and 30, S. E. 14 See. 17, 39. 14. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 324 

Alleys in W, 14 Blocks 21 and 30, S. E. % Sec. 17, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 234 

Alley in Block 21, Sec. 33, 40, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 146 

Alleys in Block 31, Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, grading ana paving " 325 

Alleys in Block 33, Bushnell's Addn. Curbing, gi-ading and paving " 927 

Alley in Block 33, Elston's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 1195 

Alley in Block 23, Wollcott's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 146 

Alleys in Block 33, S. Frl. Vi Sec. 3, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 399 

Alley in Block 34, C. T. Sub. W. 1/2 W. 14 N, E, H Sec. 17, 39, 14, Curbing, grading and 

paving " 426 



CXLVIII 



INDKX 



Alloy In lllock C. T. Bub. W. 4 W y, N. E. \ 8eo. 17, J», U. Curblrw, KradliiR and 

I>"VlllK Passcrl 1«4 

Alleys In Hlock ur», Wolcott'H A<l»lrt. ( iirliinK, KTiidlnK and puvinur " \M 

All»>yn In lllock WitUiott'H Ad«lii. < 'nrbiiiv, KnidiiiK and j)avlnK " 147 

AlU-y in Ulocks ;.*n lUKl :.'7. liPr an<l ()th(!rn' Sub., S, W. I4 Mec. I'A .'{9, W. CurblnK, 

KnidiiiK atid pavliiR " 14H4 

Alloys ill lUock ('. T. 8iib. W. V4 and W. H N. E. »4 See. 17, :«>, 14. Curbing, ifrad- 

InK and paving " 'Al 

Alloys In Mlock 28, C. l\ Bub. W. '/, and W. '/» N. E. 80c. 17, :W, 14. Curbing, Ri ad- 

liUf and pavinjr Itepoal " i^i'Z 

Alloy N. & B. In Hlock :;8, OriKlnal Town of Chicago. Curbing, grading; and pavinR.. " 1'15« 

AlU'ys III lllock Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, ffradlnff and paviiiK " 

Alloys in Hiot'k ;M, Wolcott'H Addn. (Jnt-binx-, KfadiiiK and pavini;;- " 2S'.i 

Alloy in niock JIT), Wolcott's Addn. Curbing, KradinK' and paving- " 1191 

Alloys In Block ;17, School Sec. ;R3, 40, 14. Curbinir, gradinK' and pavinjir " W 

Alloys in Hlock 'AH, W. [i and W. N. E. li Sec. 17, •V-K 14. Curbinjf. j^radinK and pav- 

iiiK " Wi 

Alley in S. 14 Block 41, Sec. 7, ;}!», 14. Curbing, grading- and paving " 1274 

Alley in S. '.^ Block 4a, Sec. 7, IW, 14. Curbinh, gi-ading and paving " '! 119'! 

Alley in S. H Block 42, Sec. 7, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving Repeal *' \VM 

Alley in Block 45 C. T. Sub. Paving " 484 

Alley In S. % Block 45 Sec. 7, ;39, 14. Curbing, filling and paving " 843 

Alley in Block 46 Sec" 3^3, 40, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 42f» 

Alleys in Block 50 Kinzie's Addn. Curbing, grading and paving " 612 

Alley in Block 50 S. E. Frl. Sec. 21, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 1192 

Alleys In E. Blocks 81 and 82 W. Vz Sec, 27, 39, 14, Curbing, grading and paving. ... " 125 

Alleys in E. X Block 88 W, Sec, 27, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving '• m 

Sec, 27, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving " 124 

1/4 Sec, 27, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving •• 126 

Alleys in E. H Block 99 W. 14 Sec. 27, 39, 14. Curbing, grading and paving 12*j 

Alleys in W. X Block 99 W, M Sec, 27, 39, 14, Curbing, grading and paving " 127 

Alleys in Block 142 School Sec. Addn. Grading and paving " 95 

Alleys in Harbine's & Koman's Sub. Sec. 3, 39, 14, Curbing, grading and paviag " 426 

Alley in Rear of Lots 29 to 34 Block 9 W. 14 and W, 1/2 N, E. 14 Sec. 17, 39, 14. Curbing, 

grading and paving " 165 

Aberdeen St., from Taj^lor St. to Damon st . Curbing, filling and paving " 341 

Aberdeen st., from Evanston ave. to Sheffield ave Curbing, filling and paving '* 986 

Ada St., from C, St, L. & P, R. R. to C. & N. W. R. R. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 890 

Adams St., from Kedzie ave. to Central Park ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 1252 

Addison St., from N. Clark st, to Lake Michigan. Curbing, grading and macadamizing " 840 

Ainslie St., from Evanston ave. to E. terminus. Curbing, grading and macadamizing " 782 

Albany ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie st. Curbing, filling and paving '■ -j gg| 

Albany ave., from Madison St. to Lake St. Curbing, filling and paving " 147 

Albany ave., from Colorado ave. to Twelfth st. Curbing, filling and paving " 613 

Albany ave., from Colorado ave. to Harrison st. Curbing, filling and paving " 1088 

Aldine sqr., from Egan ave. to N, terminus. Curbing, grading and paving " 80 

Ambrose St., from Wood st, to Leavitt st. Curbing, filling- and paving •' 399 

Auburn st , from Thirty-first st. to Douglas ave. Curbing, filling and paving *' 612 

Ann st„ from Fulton st, to C. & N. W, R. R Repeal 203 

Ann St., from Fulton st. to C, & N, W. R. R. Curbing, grading and paving Passed 890 

Ai'gyle St., from Evanston ave. to E. terminus. Curbing, grading and macadamizing " 782 

Argyle St., from Evanston ave. to E. terminus. Curbing " 1425, 

Armitage ave., from Milwaukee ave. to California ave. Curbing, filling and paving. . " 613 

Armitage ave,, from Kedzie ave,, to C, M. & St. P. R. R. Curbing, filling and paving " 966 

Ashland ave., from Clybourn ave. to Fulierton ave. Curbing, filling and paving *• 612 

Ashland ave., from Belmont ave. to Graeeland ave. Curbing-, grading and paving, . " 843 

Ashland ave., from Graeeland ave, to Sulzer st. Grading and paving " 843 

Ashland ave., from Archer ave. to South Branch Chicago River, Curbing, grading 

and paving " 893 

Astor st,, from Schiller st. to Burton pi. Grading and paving " 1,356 

Asylum pi., from Elston ave. to Leavitt st. Curbing, filling and paving " 585 

Avon pi., from Hoyne ave. to W. term nus. Curbing, filling and paving " 95 



INDEX CXLIX 

Avon pi., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave. Curbing, filling- and paving Passed 133 

Basil ave., from North ave. to Bloomingdale rd. Curbing, filling and paving " 587 

Belden ave., from Southport ave. to Perry St. Curbing, filling and paving " 1250 

Bellevue pi., from Rush st. to W. terminus. Curbing, grading and paving " 147 

Belmont ave., from Western ave. to Milwaukee ave. Curbing filling and paving. . . " 936 , 

Belmont ave., from Clark st. to Lincoln ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 455 

Bonfield St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st. Curbing, filling and paving " 703 

Bonfield St., from Archer ave. to Hickory St. Curbing, filling and paving " 1195 

Bonney ave., from Ogden ave, to Twenty-sixth st Repeal 1031 

Buffalo ave., from Eighty-third st. to Ninety-second st. Grading and macadamizing. Passed 746 
Buffalo ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st. Grading and macadamiz- 
ing " 966 

Burton pi., from State st. to Lake Shore Drive. Grading and paving " 936 

Burton pi., from Dearborn ave. to N. State si. Curbing, grading and paving *' 1484 

Burling St., from Garfield ave. to Webster ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 317 

Byron St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and macadamizing " 936 

California ave., from W. Chicago ave. to W. Division st. Curbing, filling and paving. " 841 

California ave., from W. Division st. to North ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 891 

Califoi-nia ave., from W. Twelfth st. to Ogden ave. Curbing, filling and paving ** 893 

California ave., from Ogden ave. to W. Twenty-second st. Curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 893 

California ave., from W. Twenty-second st. to W. Twenty-sixth st. Curbing, filling 

and paving " 893 

Casper St., from Clybourn ave. to FuUerton ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 933 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Douglas P. boul. Curbing.grading and paving " j 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave. to Douglas P. boul Repeal 433 

Central Park ave., from Ogden ave to W. Twenty-second st. Curbing, filling and 

paving Passed 891 

Charlton st,, from Ridge ave. to W. terminus. Curbing, grading and maeadamizina'. " 840 

Chatham ct., from Hobble st. to Division st. Curbing and filling " 400 

Chestnut St., from Market st. to W. terminus. Grading and paving " 336 

Chicago ave., from Pine St. to 600 ft. N, E. Grading and paving " 261 

Chicago ave., from Leavitt St. to Crawford ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 283 

Chicago ave., from Leavitt st. to California ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 930 

Chicago ave., from California ave. to Crawford ave. Curbing, filling and paving — " 930 

Clarinda St., from Ashland ave. to Wood st. Curbing, filling and paving " 1249 

Clark St., from FuUerton ave. to Diversey st. Curbing, grading and paving. " 747 

Clark St., frnm Centre st. to Fullercon ave. Grading and paving " 931 

Clark St., from Sixteenth st. to Archer ave. Grading and paving " 925 

Clark St., from Sixteenth st, to Archer ave Repeal 1287 

CJark St., from Sixteenth st. to Seventeenth st. Grading and paving Passed 1355 

Clay St., from Halsted st. to Sheffield ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 925 

Cleveland st,, from Wallace st. to Winter st. Curbing, filling and macadamizing " 842 

Clinton st., fi'om W. Randolph st. to Fulton st. Grading and paving " 933 

Colorada ave., from Jackson st. to Central Park ave. Curbing, filling and paving — ' " 933 

Commercial ave., from Ninetieth st, to Ninety-second st. Curbing, filling and paving. " 668 

Commei'cial ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 746 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninetieth st. Curbing, filling and paving " 781 

Commercial ave., from Eighty-seventh St. to Ninetieth St. Curbing and filling " 1355 

Commercial ave,, from South Chicago ave, to Ninty-sixth st. Curbing, filling and 

paving " 967 

Commercial ave., from Sixty-seVenth st. to One Hundredth st. Curbing, filling and 

paving " 968 

Concord pL, from Clybourn ave. to Sheffield ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 937 

Congress St.. from Loomis st. to Ogden ave. Macadamizing. " 281 

Congress St., from Loomis st. to Ogden ave > Repeal 439 

Congress St., from Rockwell st. to Albany ave. Curbing, filling and paving Passed 1350 

Cornelia St., from Halsted St. to Lake Michigan " 1060 

Cottage Grove ave., from Oakwood boul. to Fifty-first st. Curbing, grading and 

paving " 777 

Cotiage Grove ave,, from Sixty-seventh st. to Ninety-fifth st. Grading and macada- 
mizing " 965 

Coulter St., from Robey st, to Hoyne ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 1355 



OL 



IXDKN 



roiirilaiitl Ht., from WcstiM'ii aVo. In Ki'tl/.le iivo. i'lirhlnjf. Illlintr iiikI pnviiiR I'liHsfd :>hi 

Com I liiiitl Ht., Iroiii lt(ili(*y Mt. to itt Ht. Ctirliinu, llllliitf uikI pitviiiu " •''•^ 

( 'roHH St ., I'l-oiii Ly mini Nt. t(» 'riiirty-llrHl Ht. ( 'iirliliiu'. lHlitiy iiml itit/^ '* 4''W> 

( "iirlls St., Irom W. Hiinui St. to Miiy wt. Curhinu'i fllllrnf ami |)iiviiit( " Ml 

. Danlii iiv»'., rrom Nortli "VI'. to UliK' IsliituI iivo. ( 'urliinu'. tllliiiif and pnvinir ' •'>^ 

Dasliifl St., from 'IMiii ly-Hrst -^l. to Mtraii iiw. ( "iirlii iiir . tllliriif iiiiii puvinK. . *' -M* 

Davis St., I'l'om Nort li a\f. to \Val)aii«iia uvc. ( 'nr'oiiiK >i>>'l tllliii»f " i>>^i 

Davlsst., Iiom \V . Division Ht. to North a\. ( 'urhhitr. tHIin^f titid puviiiff 

Drai liorn st., Irom 'rucnty-scvciit h Ht. to Tliirty-thinl st. (liirhinjf, tllliiiVHtnl pii\ iiiK ~0l 

Drai'liorn St., li*<un SixIcM-iit li st. toSt. Chailcs Air liiiic. ( ii il»i rijf, flliiiiK' and ifru<linK * ■'^'•^ 

DtMniiiRcl., from N.Clark st. to Lake V'iow ave. (Jiirhinvr, tilliii(r and (lavinK. "' 

Dcsplaincs St., fron> W. .Vdamssl. to \V. Harrison st. Ciii hintr and IMIitij^ ' '•••{-i 

Diclvson St., from North av(?. to Uiooininifdalj; nl. Cnrhintr. tlilinjf and pHvin^ " lOl 

fJndlt y si ., from ( "liicrtjfo av(!. to AujfiiHta St. ('urhiiitf. O iinif and pa\'inK " ^l-* 

Dudley St., front Hervcy st. to Asylum pi, Curbinjf. tillinurund pavinjr ** 

Karly avc, from Evanaton ave. to Southoort avc;. (.'urt)in>f. t'radiiiK and niaeadam- 

i/iny " 7VH 

Eastwood ave., from ShelHold ave. to Halsted st. Curbing, ffrarlinj? and macadamiz- 
ing: 

Edlirook pi., from WestfM-n ave. to Powell ave. Cnrhinsr, flllinjr and paviny 1-50 

Hdfrar St., from North ave. to W. Clybourn pi. Ciirhjiiff. fillinjf and pavinjf *' 70;j 

E^an ave., from Wentworth ave. to Haisted st. Curbinf?, filling- and pavinjr " SJKJ 

Elaine pi., from Roscoe St. to Cornelia st 1060 

Eleventh st., from Throop St. to Ashland ave. Grading- and pavinc " 

Eleventh St., from Morg-an St. to Blue Island ave. Grading and paving- " H42 

Ellis ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave -| j||pe^} ;>()3 

Ellis ave., from Douglas ave. to Egan ave. Paving " 207 

Ellis ave., from Douglas avr*. to Egan ave Amend Ord. 640 

Ellis ave., from Sixtif^th st. to Si.Yty-third st. Curbing, grading and macadamizing. .Passed 1425 

Elston ave., from Fullerton ave. to Snow St. Curbing, filling and paving 70.2 

Elston ave., from Snow St. to Diversey St. Curbing-, filling and paving " 

Emerald ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Egan ave Repeal " 62 

Emerald ave. from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-first st. Curbing, filling and paving. . ' 81 

Emerald ave.. from Thirty-first st. to Eg-an ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 2^ 

Emerald ave. from Egan ave. to Forty-seventh st. Curbing, filling and paving " 780 

Emerson ave., from Wood st. to Leavitt st. Grading and paving- " 442^ 

Emily St.. from Ashland ave. to Wood st. Curbing, filling and paving 611 

Erie St., from Eighty-seventh st.to Ninety-first st. Grading and macadamizing 780 

Evans ct., from Union St. to Haisted St. Curbing, filling and paving " 20 

Evans ave., from Forty-second St. to Forty-third st. Curbing, filling and paving " 963 

Exchange ave.. from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety -second st. Curbing, filling and 

paving "■ 703 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth St. to Harvard st. Curbing, filling and paving " 60 

Fairfield ave., from Lake st. to C. & N. W. R. R. Curbing and filling- " 164 

Fairfield ave., from North ave. to Courtland aye. Curbing, filling and paving " 587 

Farrell St., from Archer ave. to Hickory st. Curbing, filling- and paving- " -j 

Fifth ave., from Harrison st. to Polk st. Grading and paving " 925- 

Fifty-first St., from State st. to Grand boul. Curbing, filling and paving " 778 

Fifty-second st , from Lake ave. to Drexel ave. Curbing, grading and macadamizing " 782 

Fifty-fourth St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave. Curbing^ grading and macadamizing 779 

Fifty-fourth pi., fromWoodlawn ave. to Drexel ave. Curbing, grading and paving *' 782 

Fifty-fourth pi., from Lake ave. to Madison ave. Curbing, grading and macadamizing- " 1484 

Fifty-fifth St., from Lake ave. to Cottage Grove ave. Curbing, grading and paving. . " 985 

Fifty-fifth st Repeal 129S 

Fifty-sixth St., from Wright st to Wallace st. Curbing, filling and macadamizing Passed 1425 

Fifty-ninth St., from State St. to South Park ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 1275 

Fletcher St., from Evanston ave. to Haisted st. Curbing, filling and paving " 844 

Florence ave., from Wrightwood ave. to Dlversy st Curbing, filling- and paving- " 541 

Florimond St., from N. Wells st. to N. Franklin st. Curbing, filling and paving- " 934 

Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco St. Curbing and filling " 201 

Flourno3' St., from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave. Curbing, filling and paving- 702 



IXDEX CLI 

Fortieth St., t'r">m Lang]ey are. to Vincennes ave. Curbing, filling and macadamiz- 

iog Passed 1016 

Forty-second St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Langley ave. Curbing, grading and 

macadamizing *842 

Forty-second St.. from Langley ave. to Vincennes ave. Curbing, grading and ma- 
cadamizing " 925 

Forty-third st,, from State st. to I. C. R. R. Cui^bing, filling and paving " 844 

Forty fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St Lawrence ave. Curbing, grading 

and macadamiziTag •' 

Forty-fifth St., from Drexel boul. to Ellis ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 1484 

Fourth ave., from Jackson St. to Harrison St. Grading and paving " 281 

Francisco St., from W, Monroe st. to W. Van Buren st. Curbing, filling and paving " 929 

Francisco St., from W. Lake st. to W. Kinzie st. Curbing and filling " 12-50 

Fullerton ave.. from N. Clark st. to North Park ave. Grading and macadamizing. . " Iplti 

FuUerton ave., from Elston ave. tu Milwaukee ave. Curbing, filling and paving 933 

Irving ave., from Fulton St. to Kinzie St. Curbing, filling and paving "■ 81 

Fuiton St., from Rockwell St. to California ave. Grading and paving • 95 

Fulton St., from California ave. to Kedzie a\^e S. &: A., W. D. 249 

Fulton St., from California ave. to Kedzie ave Passed 356 

Fulton St., from California ave. to Homan ave S. & A.. W. D.-l 

Fulton St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave Amend. Passed 879 

Fulton St.. from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave File 1U58 

Gordon terrace, from Halsted st. to Lake Michia-an. Curbing, filling and macadamiz- 
ing '. Passed 1017 

Grace st.. from N. Clark st. to 120 ft. W. of Lake Michigan. Curbing, filling and * '• 931 

macadamizing / " 967 

Graeeland ave., from Alexander ave. to Lincoln ave. Curbing, filling and macad- 
amizing " 966 

Grand ave., from Chicago ave. to Crawt^ord ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 541 

Greenwich St., from Robey St. to Leavitt St. Curbing, filling and paving 1274 

Greenwood ave., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-third st. Curbing, filling and macadamiz- 
ing " 1425 

Gross ave., from North ave. to Courtland ave. Curbing and filling " 586 

Groveland ave , from Twenty-ninth st. to N. terminus. Curbing, grading and paving. " 80 

Grove ct., from Larrabee st. to Orchard st. Curbing, grading and paving " 426 

Halsted St., from Evanston ave. to Sulzer st. Curbing, filling and macadamizing. . .... 1017 

Halsted St., from Egan ave. to Sixty-ninth st. Curbing, filling and paving " 1357 

Hamlin ave.. from W. Chicago ave. to North ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 890- 

Hamlin ave., from W. Kinzie St. to W. Chicago ave. Curbing, filling and paving 12.51 

Hamlin ave.. from Ogden ave. to Thirty-first st Repeal " 1338 

Hamlin ave.. from Ogden ave. to Twenty-sixth st. Curbing, grading and paving — " 1485 

Hammond st., from Eugenie St. to Tell ct. Curbing, filling and paving " 930 

Hanover St., from Twenty-ninth St. to Thirty-third St. Curbing, filling and paving. . " 930 

Harrison St., from State st. to Michigan ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 181 

Harrison St., from Clinton st. to Halsted st. Curbing, grading and paving . . " 981 

Harvard St., from Campbell ave. to California ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 929 

Harvey St., from Wood st. to Robey st. Curbing, filling and paviug " 781 

Hegewisch St., from One Hundred and Thirty-first st. to Howard ave. Grading and 

macadamizing " 1426 

Heine St., from North ave. to Armitage ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 585 

Hickory St.. from Main st. to Lock st. Curbing, filling and paving ' " 891 

High St., from Webster ave. to Fullerton ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 1195 

Hills St., from N. Wells st. to Sedgwick st. Curbing, filling and paving . " 930 

Hinsche St., from Clybourn ave. to Blackhawk st. Curbing, filling and paving " 

Hinman St., from Blue Island ave. to Robey st. Curbing grading and paving " 435 

Hiipe St.. from Blue Island ave. to Morgan st. Curbing, filling and paving *' 123 

Hoxie ave., from One Hundred and Fourth st. to One Hundred and Ninth st. Curb- 
ing, grading and macadamizing " 1426 

Hoxie ave., from Chicago ave toDivision st. Curbing, filling and paving " 123 

Hoyne ave., from Thirteenth st. to Twenty-second st. Curbing, tilling and paving.. . " 425 

Hoyne ave., from Armitage ave. to Asylum pi. Curbing, filling and paving '• 708 

Hull St., from Eugenie st. to Menominee st. Curbing, grading and paving. '• 746 



CM I 



INDEX 



Huinl>oldt St.. from North ave. to Armitaire ave. i'urbiiiK, Hllinr and |)«vinir Pawiri 

lirlchart pi., from TwtMit) -!««venth At. to S. terminus. C'urbinK, irradinK and pavinir- " 

Iilinoi* from KrHnklln 9t- to Market ,*t. Grading and fMving 

Indfana at., from Tinkham av««. to Crawford ave BepeftI 

Indiana St.. from Ashland ave. to Paulina st. Gradinjr and pavinv 

Jaekson si.. fn)m Sarramento ave. to Central Park ave. Kepeal 

Jane st.. from Kotn-y st. to Hoyne ave. Curbinir. filling and pa%ioir 

Jane St.. frt>m Western ave. to California ave. CurbinR. tlliin«r and pavinir 

JefTerHon St.. fn>m Harrison st. to Twelfth st. (iradin^ and paving^ 

Jefft'rson St., fnun W. Si.xte<»nth st. to Twenty-second st. I'urbiny. filling and paving 

Jeffenion St.. from W. Twelfth st. to Fifteenth st. Curbinjf. fllling and paving 

.lobnson St.. fmm W. Eighteenth st. to Canalport ave. Curbing, filling and paving... 
Johnson ave.. (rom (^'alifornia av. to Humboldt Park boul. Curbing, filling and paving 

Ke«I/ie ave.. from Van Buren st. to Twelfth st. Curbing, filling and paving 

Ked/ie ave.. from Central Park boul. to Augusta st. Curbing, filling and paving 

Keely St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-first st. Curbing, filling and pacing 

KimlH:'!! ave., from .\rmitage ave. to Milwaukee ave. G rading and macadamizing. . 

Kinzie St., from Jefferson st. to May st, Curbing, filling and paving 

Latlin St.. from W. Fourteenth st. to W. Sixteenth st. Curbing, filling and paving 

Lake ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-seventh st. Curbing, grading and paving 

Lake ave Repeal 

Lake ave., from Fifty-first st. to Fifty-seventh st. Curbing, grading and paving Passed 

La Salle St., from Archer ave. to Twenty-sixth st Curbing, filling and paving " 

La Salle st., from Randolph st. to Lake st Repeal 

La Salle St.. from Lake st. to Randolph st. Curbing, grading and paving 

Lawndale ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st. Curbing, filling aud paving.. 

Lawndale ave.. from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirty-first st Repeal 

Lawrence ave., from Sheflield ave. to Asb>and ave. Curbing, grading and macadam- 
izing 

Leavitt St., from Thirteenth st. to Blue Island ave. Curbing, filling and paving 

Leavitt St.. from North ave. to Wabansia ave. Curbing, filling and p>aving 

Lewis St.. from Clybourn ave. to Belden ave. Curbing, tilling and pa^-ing 

Lincoln St., from W. Polk st. to W. Taylor st. Curbing, filling and paving 

Lincoln sr., from Twelfth st. to Blue Island ave. Curbing, filling and paving 

Lincoln ave., from SheflBeld ave. to Belmont ave. Curbing, grading and paving 

Lincoln ave., from Belmout ave. to Western ave. Curbing, filling and paving 

Lincoln ave.. from Belmont ave. to Addison St., Curbing, filling and paving 

Lincoln ave.. from Addison st. to Western ave. Curbing, grading and paving 

Loomis St., from Twenty-second st. to South Branch Chicago River. Curbing, filling 
and paving 

Loomis St., from Fourteenth st. to Sixteenth st. Grading and paving 

Lydia St., from Desplaines St. to Halsted St. Curbing, filling and paving 

Madison st. from Hamlin ave. to Forty-eighth st. Curbing filling and paving 

3Iaplewood ave.. from I»ivi5ion st. to Xorth ave. Curbing, filing and paving 

Mather St.. from Canal st. to Clinton st. Curbing, filing and paving 

Mather St.. from Clinton st. to Jefferson st. Curbing, filling and paving 

Michigan St.. from Clark st. to Water st. Curbing, grading and paving 

Michigan St.. from Clark sr. to Water st Repeal 

Michigan ave.. from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-ninth st. Curbing grading and paving. . . " 

Milwaukee ave.. from Fullerton ave. to Logan sq. Curbing, filling and paving " 

>Ionk St.. from Union st. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and paving " 

Montana st.. from Racine a v. to Lincoln ave " 

Monroe St., from Wabash ave. to Michigan ave. Grading and paving 

Moore St., from IMvision st. to Elm st. Grading, filling and paving 

Mozart St.. from North ave. to Armitage ave. Curbing, fiiiing and paving 

Napoleon pi., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave. Curbing, filling and paving 

Napoleon pi., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st. Curbing, filling and paving " -j 

Nassau sr.. from Jackson ave. to Van Buren st. Curbing, filling and paving ■' 

Nineteenth sr., from Union st. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and paving 

Nineteenth St., from Blue Island ave. to Ashland ave. Curbing, filling and paving.. 

Ninetieth St., from The Strand to Manistee ave. Curbing, filling and paving 

Ninetieth St.. from The Strand to Manistee ave Repeal 



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Ml 

1S7 
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1190 

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96.-1 

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827 
129N 

30 
611 



:iS4 
611 

SIO 
1018 
1018 

983 
1251 

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80 
11S6 
181 

t^J 

>91 



I>s'DEX CLIIl 

Ninetieth St., from The Strand to Manistee ave. Curbing and filling- Passed 1486 

Ninetj'-thlrd s^., from Stone j' Island ave. to Jefferson ave. Grading- and macadamiz- 
ing " 840 

Ninety-third St., from Ashkum ave. to Anthony ave. Grading and macadamizing.. . " 966 

Ninety-fifth St., from State st. to Stoney Island ave. Grading and macadamizing — " 965 

Noble St., from Clark St. to Sheffield ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 745 

North ave. from California ave to Kedzie ave. Curbing, grading and paving 745 

North ave., from Kekzie ave. to Tinkham ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 746 

North Fifty-ninth St.. from Sheffield ave. to Evanston ave. Curbing, grading and 

Macadamizing " 779 

Norwood ave., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 781 

Oakley ave., from Division st. to North ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 611 

Oakley ave., from North ave. to Wabansia ave. Curbing, grading and pa\ing " 588 

Oakley ave., from E. line Drexel ave. to N. line See. 3, T. 38, N. R. 14 E. Paving " 844 

Oakley ave.' from Milwaukee ave. to Hamburg st. Curbing, filling and paving " 928 

Ogden ave., from Millard ave. to Crawford ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 1016 

Ohio St., from N. Market st. to Kingsbury st. Curbing, grading- and paving " 969 

One Hundred and Fourth st., from Hoxie ave. to Torrence ave. Grading and macad- 
amizing ■'" 1426 

Ontario St., from Eighty-ninth St. to South Chicago ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 963 

Ontario St., from N. Clark st. to St. Clair St. Curbing, grading and paving " 968 

Ontario St., from N. Clark St. to St. Clair st Repeal " 1285 

Osborne St.. from Endi-ana st. to Ohio st. Curbing, filling and paving " 540 

Otis St.. from Division st. to Vedder st. Curbing, filling and paving- " 964 

Owasco St., from Washtenaw ave. to California ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 1251 

Owasco St. ."from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw ave. Curbing, filling and paving 1252 

Paulina St., from Wabansia ave. to Armitage ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 585 

Paulina St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-eighth st. Cui'bing, filling and paving " 701 

Park ave., from E. line Lot 3 in Wakeman's partition to Falls st. Curbing, grading 

and paving - " 843 

Pearson St., from Wells St. to Franklin St. Grading and paving " 95 

Penn St., from Division st. to Vedder st. Curbing, filling and paving " 931 

Pine Grove ave.. from Cornelia st. to Grace st " 1060 

Pleasant St., from Division st. to Vedder st. Curbing, filling and paving "■ 931 

Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave. Curbing, filling and paving- " 701 

Portland ave., from Thirty-first St. to Thirty-third St. Curbing, filling and paving. .. " 1485 

Powell ave,, from Milwaukee ave, to Fullerton ave. Curbing, filling and paving. . . " 540 

Racine ave.. from Lincoln ave. to Addison st. Curbing, grading and paving '* 781 

Randolph St., from Michigan ave. to Central Park ave. Grading and paving " 181 

Rice St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st. Curbing, filling and paving " 586 

Rice St., from Wood st. to Lincoln st. Curbing, filling and paving " 1252 

Richmond St., from Chicago ave. to Division St. Curbing, filling and paving " 610 

Robey St., from Twelfth St. to Blue Island ave. Curbing, filling and paving : " 284 

Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st. Curbing, grading and paving " 746 

RoDey St., from Armitage ave. to C. & N. W. R. R. Curbing, filling and paving *' 890 

Rockwell St., from North ave. to Armitage ave. Curbing, filling and pa-^^ng " 587 

Rockwell St., from Division st. to North ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 611 

Rockwell St.. from W. Twelfth st. to W. Twenty-second st. Curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 892 

Rokeby St., from Graceland ave. to Addison st File 1059 

Root St., from State st. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and paving Passed 425 

Roscoe St., from Robey st. to Western ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 745 

Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted St. Curbing, grading and paving " 779 

Ruble St., from W. Eighteenth st. to Canalport ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 1252 

Rundell pi., from Aberdeen st. to Centre ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 484 

Rush St., from Erie st. to Chicago ave. Curbing, grading and paving *• 968 

Sacramento ave., from W. Van Buren st. to W. Twelfth st. Curbing, filling and pav- 
ing " 1353 

Sawyer ave., from Ogden ave. to C. B. & Q. Ry. Curbing, filling and paving " 147 

Sebor st., from Clinton st. to Jefferson st. Curbing, filling and paving 928 

Sedgwick ct., from Division st. to Elm st. Curbing, filling and paving " 147 

Sedgwick St., from Erie st. to Chicago ave Repeal " 168 

Sedgwick St., from Erie st. to Chicago ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 967 

Seventeenth St., from Loomis st. to Wood st. Curbing, filling and paving " 934 



I 



•<i'\rnty-lirili «t . from Siiitt- M. to Colfmrc (irf)V<' a\«-. (JiudlnK tiixl niaciulaiiil/.iii»f . Passed 908 

Scvnily lirih St., Irom Stafc si. to ( ottiiKi' (irovc avc Kc'im-mI " ISU 

Sovi'iity-ciMfhth Hi., Irotii Kalli-oatI avd. to K. tormiiiiiH. Gia<llii»f ami macadamlzint'^ h14 

Scu anl St., Irom ( 'aiialiwirl n\ «'. to liiimIxT Ht. (Mirltiiijf. tlllliiK' ami piivlmf " W) 

Srymour St.. I'l-om North a\ c. lo Armlliiu-r avc. (,'iirhiiiR. lllliiiR ami pavitiw 587 

Sht'tlU'hl a\ c, Irom ( lark St . l<> .Adilisoii St. ( 'urhliiK, xnidliiK- and macadarrdzinK " '78 

Slu'llli'ld a\«'., froiii North a\ < . to riyhonrii tivf. CurljiiiK: tllliiiK jiiid pav iiiR ' * .Ifff 

Slu'llty ct., Irom W. Nim iccrith st. to W. Twcritifth st. ( 'nrliiiiK:. lllliriK and puvitiK- " M!»l 

ShiM iiian St.. Irom INilk st. to Taylor si. ( iirliiiiK', KraditiK and paving " 'M'i 

Shields av<'., Ironi Twciity-si.vtli St. to Thirty-tlrst St. Curhinx, HHiiiK- and pavltiK *' V.* 

i*il»l«'y St., troin Harrison St. to .Macalastcr pi. (JurbifiR, llllin«-and i)avlnK ** Jr^» 

Si.xt«'i'nth St.. from Halsted St. toThroopst. CurhinK. HllinK and pa\ ing^ •* H42 

^5lXty-sl'(•ond St.. from (j leciiwood avo. to (Jottage Grove ave. CurbinK, grading and 

nniead)inii/.ing M'ZH 

Si.vty third St., from Stoney Island ave. to Cottage Grove ave. Curbing, grading and 

paving " <m 

Sixty-eighth St., from Wcntworth ave. to Yale 8t. Curbing, filling and maeadamiz- 

>"*r " 1017 

Sixty-ninth St., from State st. to Indiana ave. Grading ani macadamizing ' 844 

Southport ave., from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave. Curbing, tilling and paving... " H41 
South Park ave., from Fifty-first st, to Fifty-fifth st. Curoing, grading and macad- 
amizing " 1017 

Spaulding ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R. Curbing, filling and paving .. " 1484 

Springer ave Repeal, File 264 

Spring St., from State St. to Wentworth ave. Curbing, filling and pavin? Passed .>3(^ 

Stoney Island ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to" Ninety-fifth st. Grading and macad- 
amizing " 96.5 

Street, from Bickerdike St. to Armour St., So. of Bickerdike sqi\ Curbing, filling 

and paving " IO17 

Sulzer St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st. Curbing, grading and macadamizing.. " 778 

Superior St., from Franklin st. to W. terminus Repeal " 168 

Superior St.. from Leavitt st. to Rockwell st. Curbing, filling and paving " 932 

Superior St., from Franklin St. to Kingsbury St. Curbing, filling and paving " 961* 

Superior St., from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 12.50 

Tell ct., from Wells st. to Sedgwick st. Curbing, filling and paving " 927 

Third ave., from Jackson st. to Polk st. Grading and paving " 282 

Thirtieth St., from Portland ave. to Stewart ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 425 

Thirtieth St.. from Portland ave. to Stewart ave Repeal " IIU 

Thirtieth St., from Stewart ave. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and paving 964 

Thirty-fourth St., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave. Grading and paving " 164 

Thirty-fourth St., fi'om Halsted St. to Laurel St. Curbing, filling and paving " 284 

Thirty-fourth St., from Halsted St. to Auburn st Repeal " 432 

Thirty-sixth St., from State St. to Indiana ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 4.54 

Thirty-sixth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Ellis ave. Cui'bing, grading and paving. . 842 

Thirty-seventh St., from Lake ave. to E. terminus. Curbing, filling and paving " 703 

Thirty-eighth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes ave Let Contract " 184 

Thirtj'-eighth St., from Wabash ave. to Wentworth ave. Curbing, filling and paving. " 540 

Thirty-eighth St., from Stewart ave. to Laurel ave. Curbing, Ailing and paving " 1249 

Thomas St., from Seymour st. to California ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 540 

Troj' St., from Colorado ave. to Jackson st. Curbing, filling and paving ' 964 

Turner ave., from Ogden ave. to Twelfth st. Curbing, filling and paving " 1191 

Twelfth St.. from Douglas Park boul. to Crawford ave. Curbing, filling and paving. . " 1250 

Twenty-first St., from Union St. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and paving " 399 

Twenty-first St., from Jefferson st. to Clinton st. Curbing, filling and paving " 780 

Twenty-second pi., from Portland ave. to Archer ave. Curbing, filling and paving . . -J 

Twenty-second St., from Western ave. to Trumbull ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 933 
Twenty-second St., from Trumbull ave. to Lawndale ave. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing " 1018 

Twentj'-second St., from Lawndale ave. to Hamlin ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 1485 

Twenty-third pi., from Wentworth ave. to Archer ave. Curbing and filling " -| 

Twenty-third St., from State st. to Wentworth ave. Curbing- and filling " 19 

Twenty-third st, from State st. to Wentworth ave. Grading and paving " 966 



INDEX 



CLV 



Twenty-third st. from Central Park ave. to Hamlin ave Repeal — Passed 1338 

Twentj'-third St., from Lawndale ave. to Hamlin ave. Curbing-, filling- and paving-. . . *' 1485 

Twenty-sixth St., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave. Curbing-, filling- and paving-. " ' 367 

Twenty-sixth St., from Lawndale ave. to Hamlin ave. Curbing, {trading- and paving- " 1486 

Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover st to Wallace st. Curbing-, filling- and paving- — " 284 

Twenty-eighth St., from Stewart ave. to Wallace sr. Curbing-, filling- and paving- " 80 

Twenty-eighth St., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st Repeal* " 433 

Ihirty-third St., from C. R. I. & P. R. R. to Halsted St. Curbing-, filling and paving. . . " 964 

Van Horn St., from Robey st. to Western ave. Curbing-, filling and paving- " 400 

Van Horn St., from Ashland ave. to Wood st. Curbing-, filling- and paving- " 931 

Van Horn St., from Laflin St. to Ashland Hve. Curbing, filling- and paving-. : " 963 

Vernon a\'e., from Thirty-seventh st. toEg-an ave. Curbing-, g-rading and paving- . " 283 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-flrst st. Curbing-, grading- and ma- j 778 

cadamizing " / 13.57 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty-seventh st. Curbing-, grading and 

macadamizing 1357 

Wabansia ave. from Coventry st. to Ashland ave. Curbing, fllliog and paving " 300 

Wabansia ave., from Western ave. to Basil ave. Curbing, filling and paving- ' 584 

Wabansia ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 587 

Wabash ave., from Fifty-fifth St. to Sixty-third St. Curbing, grading and paving " 1354 

Washburn ave., from Ashland ave. to Ward St. Curbing and paving ■' 226 

Washtenaw ave., from Division st. to North ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 613 

Wellington St., from Halsted st. to Sheffield ave. Curbing, grading and paving " 746 

Wellington St., from N. Clark st. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and paving " 964 

Western ave., from Indiana ave. to Chicago ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 300 

Western ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave. Curbing, filling- and paving " 540 

Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to Van Buren st. Curbing, filling and paving- " 613 

Whitehouse pL, from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave. Curbing, filling and paving. . *' 19> 

Windsor ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st. Curbing, filling and macadamizing 101& 

Winchester ave., from Ogden ave to W. Polk st. Curbing, filling and paving " 1253; 

Wilmot ave., from Leavitt st. to Armitage ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 928 

Wood St.. from Sixteenth st. to Blue Island ave Repeal " 151 

Wood St., from Twelfth St. to Fifteenth st Repeal [[ -j I?! 

Wood St., from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth st., on the installment plan " 306 

Wood St., from Fifteenth st. to Blue Island ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 38^ 

Wood St., from Archer ave. to Egan ave. Curbing, filling and paving " 780 



YACATIOXS. 



Alleys, Parts of Blks. 15 and 16 Dr. Snowden's Sub. in N. W. K N. W. M See. 17, 30, 14. .Passed 1198 

Alleys, Blk. 23 C. T. Sub. Sec. 7, 39, 14 " 183 

Alleys, Blk. 56 Chicago University Sub. in N. E. 34 See. 7, 38, 14 " 982 

Alleys, Blk. 1 Taylor's Add. South Chicago " 1498 

Alleys, P. Dalenberg's Sub. Sec. 15, 37, 14 " 1499 

Alleys, Lot 3 Blk. 9 Sheffield's Add " 1433 

Alleys, Blk. 59 Cornell " 1361 

Alleys, Blks. 1 and 4 Peter Shimp's Sub. Sec. 9, 38, 14 S. & A., W. D. 1433 

Alleys, Lots 8 to 14 Flint's Add S. & A., W. D. 1115 

Alleys, Kesler Bros' Resub. Sec. 16, 38, 14 Passed .568 

Alleys, Bntler's Crawford Ave. Add " 597 

Alleys in Sub. of W. 250 ft. of S. Blk 6 in Sub. of pt. N. E. of Lincoln ave. of N. 

W. I4 Sec. 29, 40, 14 S.&A.,N. D. 721 

Alleys, Blks. 1, 2, 3, 9. 10, and 11, K. K. Jones' Sub. Sec. 23, 40, 13 Passed 755 

Alleys in rear Erring Women's Refuge " 755 

Alleys in Loury's Crawford Ave. Add " 404 

Alleys, Clark & Sharp's Sub. W. 14 S. W. 14 Sec 2, i{4, 14 " 464 

Alleys, Blk. 21 Douglas Park Add. P. W. 65 



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WATER SERVICE PIPES 



Addfeoa st_ fwvm Clark st. to Lake Xichuraii raawd IIST 

Aia^tiest., from Braastoa are. to E. terminus 999 

Aia^ie St., fraat Craaetoa ave. to K. termiaus Repeal, P W BH 

Albany are., fr«w MadiBoa St. to Lake St ^ WB. 

Albaet J ame-, f tob Konie st. to Lake st 

Albanjr ave., fran Colorado axe. to Twelflft at - $K 

Aldinest^ fron E^aa are. to termiatB. 3»1 

ABexandes- aire-, from BebiMMit are. to Solier s£ . 99 

Ambtoeesfc, fTOm ■ toLearitt at «» 

Arefc st-„ tr&m Lym - Ttifrty-tost st 714 

Argjlest-^froHB Ev:. ro E. terMans ^ sSci' 

AimlttageaTe-. f7':>c: . .we. toCaliCoraia ave " S14 

A^rta" f*- ~ ^ ' l-rivitt «t " 73o 

Aabanrast.. fro- - 7 . ; - 

Basfl are-, tr»:)m : - 1 - t : i T% 

Bd«>at are., fr-: r: 7 v: -:.-- - "-t- 

Boafirfd St.- tro 7j 1 : z - 

Bo—c y ave-. frc _ ^ t - 7 " _ - - : i - 

Baiins-9t.,finM€(arz:r ; -r - - ^ 

Qyroa^fiHM iSfcer^ H - 

Califania aTe_ fiFCHi: - ^ 'tz " -"-^r-:-: 1 i st il?^ 

Crtlforaiaave.. froiri I f - v- ^ 

CaMSoMiiaaTe., fron: r--^" " -7 v 7 -T-zy-axth st -• •J'^r 

Califarna are„ from : 1 . v I - _ 

C»aalst.,*roM Poikscttt IweirxiL f : 

Central Park are., finMBQi^a ave. : I ; ^ Park ^ 

CeataalParkaTe.- finMaOsaec. are : I f z - 5 T ondst 

OhaiitHMBst,£ra>aBideieaYe. - y - t hi^os 

ClataaM et», £n» Hobble s- : I - .:-i5t 

Cfc iLJ S O ave-» fmm. Piae sfc. t ! rz Z .^: 

CMeaeSiVV^^fi^mtilie^^." : Zr ::: = e 

CSaeapo avsL, &OH Cra^ : : Zriz rave. " 

daik^firoMMSer^i T : I ^ ^ : > 

Ctei-rfaadaTe-^from - 5-. : ; 51 Tv 

C^doiado are-, from Jacksoa st. tt> Cetitral !mak ave * IfiT 

Comoiereial are-, from Eighty-sevetLtfi st. to Saaetj^coad st *• SIS 



IXDEX CLVII 

Commercial ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave Passed 817 

Concord pL, from Clybourn ave. to Sheffield ave '• 1437 

Cornelia St., from Halsted St. to Lake Michig-au " 1145 

Courtland St., from Western ave. to Kedzie ave 754 

Courtland St., from Leavitt st, to Robey St " 1495 

Dania ave., from North ave. to BloomingdaLe I'oad '■ 785 

Dashiel st.^ from Thirty-first st, to Egan ave " 630 

Davis St., from North ave to Wabansia ave " 785 

Davis St., from North ave. to Division st " 819 

Dearborn St., from Sixteenth st. to St. Charles Air Line R. R " 332 

Deming ct., from Clark st. to Lake View ave '. " 1145 

Dickson St., from North ave. to Bloomingdale road " 818 

Dudley St., from Chicago ave. to Augusta st " 816 

Early ave., from Evanston ave. to Southport ave " 939 

Eastwood ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st " 1145 

Edgrar St., from North ave. to Clybourn ave " 818 

Egan ave., frorA Wentworth ave. to Halsted st " 817 

Elaine pi., from Cornelia St. to Roscoe st " 1145 

Ellis ave., from Doug-las ave. to Eg-an ave " 320 

Emerald ave., from Egan ave. to Forty-seventh st " 786 

Evans av^e., from Union st. to Halsted st " 300 

Exchange ave., from Eighty-seventh st. to Ninety-second st " 813 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave " 137 

Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard st ' 247 

Fairfield ave., from Lake st. to C. & N. W. R. R " 303 

Fairfield ave., from North ave. to Courtland ave " 784 

Farrell St., from Archer ave. to Hickory st " 1358 

Fifteenth St., from Western ave. to California ave. " 346 

Fifty-second St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave " 818 

Fifty-fourth St., from Lake ave. to Drexel ave " 815 

Fiftj'-fourth St., from Woodlawn ave. to Drexel ave " 816 

Fletcher St., from Evanston ave. to Ha sted st " 898 

F'lournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st " 331 

Flournoy St., from Leavitt st. to Oakley st 900 

Foi'ty-second St., from Cottage Grove ave. to Vincennes ave " 675 

Forty-third St., from State St. to I. C. R. R " 1145 

Forty-fourth St., from Cottage Grove ave. to St. Lawrence ave '• 676 

Francisco St., from Monroe st. to Van Buren st " 1437 

Fulton St., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 898 

Gardner St., from Vine st. to Halsted st " 246 

Grace St., from Clark st. to 120 ft. W. of Lake Michigan : 1146 

Graceland St., from Alexander ave. to Lincoln ave " 938 

Grand ave., from Chicago ave. to Crawford ave 754 

Gross ave.. from North ave. to Courtland st " 785 

Grove ct., from Larrabee st. to Orchai'd st " 675 

Halsted St., from Evanston ave. to Sulzer st " 1197 

Hamlin ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave " 1358 

Harvard St., from Campbell ave. to California ave 1436 

Heine St., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 814 

Hervey St., from Wood st. to Robey st " 899 

Hickory St., from Main st. to Lock st " 1358 

Homan ave., from Lake St. to Fulton st " 331 

Hope St., from Blue Island ave. to Morgan st " 330 

Hoyne ave., from Chicago ave. to Division st " 280 

Hoyne ave., from Twenty-second st. to Blue Island ave " 303 

Hoyne ave,, from Armitage ave, to Asylum pi " 819 

Humboldt St., from Armitage ave. to North ave " 813 

Iglehardt pi., from Twenty-seventh st. to S. terminus " 1494 

Illinois St., from Franklin st. to Kingsbury st " 620 

Irving ave., from Fulton st. to Kinzie st " 301 

Jane St., from Robey st. to Hoyne st " 753 

Johnston ave., from California ave. to Flumboldt boul " 754 

Kedzie ave., from Van Buren st, to Twelfth st " 815 

Keeley st,, from Archer ave, to Thirty -first st " 819 



CLVIII IN'DKX 

Liiki- >it., Iroin lluiiiuii to ("ni\vti)nl uvo Passed Ml!i 

l.iiiiKlcy Hvu.. from Ki»rty-8ocon.l Ml. to Forty-fourth Ht *' «7ft 

Im Salle St., from Aii-licr avc. to Twctity-Mixth Ht *' .'UK) 

Lawiiiialc a\r., Iroiii Twi'tily-hlxt h Ht. to Tliirty-llrMt Ht *' HIH 

l,Hwn>iU'0 uvi'., Irom ShrllU'ld uve. to AHliliitid uvo " WW 

I.«'iivitt St., from 'I'tHitiM'Htli St. to Mluf Ishmd avo " '-i'il 

I,fa\ lit St., from North avc. to Wal>aiisia avc •* MU 

licwisst., fnuii (MylM)urii avf. to Hcldcn ave " l^hi 

I^liU'oln St.. from Twclftli st. to Hliic I.sluiid ttve *' Ifcil 

Lincoln St.. from I'olk st. to Taylor st •' 145*4 

Maplcwood avc, from Division st. to North avc " 754 

Matlu'r St., from (^anai st. to Haistcd st " 71« 

Millard avc, fron> Tvvcnt.y-si.vth st. to Twonty-eiarhth st *' '^11 

iMo/art St., from Nortli a\c. to Armitag(! avo *' H14 

Naj)olcon pi., from Wentwortii avc. to Stewart ave *' :WJI 

Napoleon pi., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st *' 71'i 

Nellie av<>.. from Kvanston avo. to E. line Hlks. <i and 7 Hundley's Sub. Pine Grovt*.. " 1027 

Noble avc, from Clark st. to Shcllield ave '* ]02« 

North avc, from Kedzie ave. to Tinkham ave '* H'M) 

North Fifty-ninth St., from Sheffield ave TO Evanston ave " 979 

Norwood avc, from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave " 89<.j 

Oakley ave., from North ave. to Wabansia ave " 7H4 

Oakley avc, from Division st. to W. North ave " HI.') 

Oakley avc, from Milwaukee'ave. to Hamburg st " 1495 

Osborn St., from Indiana st. to Ohio st " 71« 

Paulina St., from Twenty-flrst St. to Blue Island ave " 321 

Paulina St., from Archer ave. to Thirtj-ei^hth st " 900 

Pine Grove ave., from Gi*ace st. to Cornelia st " 1027 

Potomac ave., from Western ave. to California ave " H17 

Powell ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave — " 716 

Racine ave., from Lincoln ave. to Addison st " 979 

Rice St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st *' 753 

Richmond St., from W. Chicag-o ave. to Division st " 754 

Robey St., from Belmont ave. to Roscoe st " 980 

Rockwell St.. from Twelfth st. to Twenty-second st " 676 

Rockwell St.. from Harrison St. to North ave " 816 

Rockwell St.. from North ave. to Armltage ave " 817 

Rokeby St., from Graceland ave. to Addison st " 1146 

Root St., from* State st. to Halsted st 784 

Roscoe boul., from Robey st. to Western ave '' 980 

Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st " 1044 

Sawyer ave., from Ogden ave. to C, B. & Q. R. R " 320 

Sheffield avc, from North Clark St. to Addison st " 979. 

Shields ave., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-third st " 246 

Shields avc. from Twenty-sixth st. to Thirtj'-first st 300 

Seminary avc, from Fullerton ave. to Diversy st 1045 

Seward st., from Canalport ave. to Lumber st " 303 

Seymour sr., from W. North ave. to Armitage ave '* 818 

Sixteenth St., from Westei-n ave. to California ave " 280 

Sixteenth St., from Halsted st. to Throop st " 898 

Southport avc, from Fullerton ave. to Belmont ave " 1026 

Spring St., from State st to Wentworth ave " 716 

St. Louis ave., from Lake st. to Chicao-o ave. 246 

Sulzer St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st " 1026 

Third ave. , or Avenue "K" Repeal 1298 

Thirty-second St., from Laurel st. to Ulman st Passed 301 

Thirty-fourth St., from South Park ave. to Rhodes ave '■ 301 

Thirty-fourth sr., from Halsted st. to Laurel st " 322 

Thirty-sixth St.. from State st. to Indiana ave " 715 

Thirty-eig-hth St., from Wabash ave. to Wentworth ave " 716 

Thomas St., from Seymour ave. to California ave " 717 

Twelfth st , from Kedzie ave. to Douglas and Garfield bouls " 247 

Twenty-first St., from Union St. to Halsted st " 620 

Twenty-second St., from Western ave. to Trumbull ave " 247 



INDE X CLIX 

Twenty-third pL, from Wentworth ave. to Archer ave Passed 379 

Twenty-sixth st., from Western ave. to Lawndale ave " 619 

Twenty-seventh St., from Hanover st. to Wallace st " 332 

Twenty-eighth st., from Stewart ave. to Wallace st " 301 

Van Horn St., from Eobey st. to Western ave '■ 620 

Vernon ave., from Thirty-seventh st. to Eg-an ave " 331 

Vincennes ave., from Forty-seventh st. to Fifty -first st " 676 

Vine St., from Vedder st. to Rees st " 246 

Vine St., from Division st. to Vedder st " 300 

Wabansia ave., from Coventry st. to Ashland ave " 302 

Wabansia ave., from Robey St. to Oakley ave — " 347 

Washtenaw ave., from North ave. to Armitage ave " 785 

Washtenaw ave., from Division st. to W. North ave " 814 

Wellington ave., from Halsted St. to Sheffield ave " 939 

Western ave., from Indiana St. to Chicago ave " 596 

. Western ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave " 717 

Whipple St., from Colorado ave. to W. Van Buren st " 816 

Whitehouse pi., from Wentwoi'th ave. to Stewart ave " 379 

Wilmot ave., from Leavitt st. to Armitage ave " 1495 

Windsor ave., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st '' 1197 

Wood St., from Sixteenth St to Blue. Island ave " 347 

Wood St., from Archer ave. to Eg nn ave " 899 



PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 



Approaches on St. Louis ave., cross tracks of C. & N. W. R. R 


Fin. 


349 




Fin. 


627 




Fin. 


776 


Baldwin W. A., Compensation for Damage by Western ave. Viaduct. . 


Fin. 


153 


Bandon, P. N., Cable Road on Armitage ave 


P. W. 


36 




Fin. 


741 




Fin. 133, Granted. 


113 




Fin. 


480 




S. & A W. D. 


469 






371 


Beaumont, A., Proposal to use Bridges to Advertise 


H. & B. 


791 


Behl, W. T. & Co., Compensation for Loss of Horse, etc 


Fin. 


1241 




Fin. 


175 




Fin. 


37 




Fin. 


598 


Bigelow, Joel, For Rebate for Leak in Water Pipe 


Fin. 


637 


Blasting, etc., Grand ave. between Rockwell st. and Artesian ave.. To Prohibit.. S.& A.W.D. 


945 


Board of Education^ For Appropriation for Repairs to School Building 


File. 


70 


Board of West Park Commissioners, To take Control of Warren ave., Washington st. and 




and W. Fortieth st 


S. & A. W. D. 


439 


Board of County Commissioners, Morgue will not assign ground for 


Fin. 


1354 


Bond Hy. R., for permit to lay switch track near Twenty-seventh st. and Stewart ave.R. R. 


101 


Bridge Adams st., To hasten its completion 


H. & B., 85. P. W. 


306 


Bridge, Canal st. (south). Appropriation for 


Fin. 


1305 


Bridge, Canal st. (south), Temporarily 


Fin. 


1508 


Bridg'e, Canal st. (south) 


Fin. 


1408 


Bridge, Cherry ave. or Blackhawk st 


File 


69 


Bridge. Diversy St., For appropriation for 


Fin. 


1301 


Bridge, to connect Dwight st. with Jefferson ave 


H. & B. 


624 


Bridge at Foster st 




553 






1091 


Cabbage, To prohibit laying uncovered in field or garden 


Health, &c. 


907 


Campbell, L. J. M., For damage to property 


File 


70 



IN'DKX 



CAniptx'll Park, To transfrr control of to Went Park t'ominlsslonurs I'. W. 507 

Caiilr. i'rttliihit tlrlvlntf on li|i|>rove<l Htrci'ts Uranted i:w 

Clilciitro KIre Umlerwrltor»' Amd., Ayaiiist permit to Crane Broa. Manufacturinir Co. to lay 

oil pipos ... S. At A..S. I). 1947 

Chlca^ro Fl<»rlst Cliib. IN-rinit to rn-ct ti-iit on Dcarliorii I'ark temporarily (Jianto*! 

Chu-aKo Milk Kxchanif)-, To aiiiftid onl. pass»M| rcl*. "irt, Licfnne 'J2 

ChlraKo K«al Kstalt* Koanl, AKuiiiKt chaiitfiiitf nutnc of principal xtreeta Nomenclature 758 

Cliit ajfo W liit«' Stuckinjf II. M. Cliili, Wit iKlrawinji- n-<jucst for Hawc-hall Park on (»hif» '«t File K79 

'Chilli. Araltic. ct a!.. For damage to property l<y Western Ave. Via<luct (iranted tM» 

Clancy. John C, Dainajfe to properly by change of Kracle In Twelfth st., near Pairflelfl 

"^■e Fin. :r?J 

Cohen, Johanna, Claim for personal injury j.-j„ j^i^ 

Collins, Thos., For permit to erect barn pjlp ^C) 

Coroner. Co.. Concerninjr acei<lents at H. U. crossings K. K. 017, Fin. 917 

Couneil Chamber, For relief uf Hrai.iwood miners (iranted '>H 

Crane Bro.-s. Mfg-. Co., Permit to lay pipe under Judd st S. & A., W. D. 572 

Crane Hros. Mf|f. Co., Permit to lay pipe in Desplaines St., between Fulton and Wayman 

S. Jt A., W. D. 572 

Crescent Brewing^ Co., For rebate License Fin. Q9g 

Curb walls on Ogrden ave., from Twelfth st. to California ave.. Concerning^ S. & A.. W. D. 41 

Curb walls on Eighteenth St., from Wood st. to Western ave.. Fix heights of P. W. 74 

Curb walls on Ogden ave.. from Twelfih st. to California ave.. Concerning height of.Granted 267 

Culverts and Crossings, Hammond ave. and Wallace ave.. To put in P. w. 44.3 

Culverts and crossings. In Twenty-seventh Ward P. w. .>>i 

Davidson. Wm.. Back pay as Harbor Master Fin. 325. Fin. 4«4 

Daley, J as. and Catherine. Compensation for injur}- to son Fin. 419 

Dredging Chicago River between Fuller and Thirty-fifth sts File 68 

Debe, W., For refund taxes File 70 

Deal, Wm. G., Compensation for injuries Fin. .345 

Deitz, Emil. For back salary Fin. 24.S 

Dillon, Thos., Compensation for loss of horse Fin. KMi 

Dock Lines between Webster ave. and Crawford ave.. To establish Wharfing Priv. 272 

Dogs, On Ordinance Health, etc. 8k 

Dorney, W. J.. Cla.m for loss of horse Fin. 7.5X 

Dantel, Fred.. Claim for damage by water mains File 70 

Dwyer. J. J.. Claim for personal injury Fin. 742 

Electric bghts. For in Thirtieth Ward Supt. F. Telegraph oi^ 

Electric lamps on Duncan street City Electrician .571 

Electric light. To extend system on W. Indiana st Granted 679 

Electric lights, Ccr. Scheol and Duncan sts. and cor. School and Forty-second sts 

G. O. i-E. L 1098 

Electric lights. Cor Layton and Wright sts Granted 1116 

Electric lights. Cor. Gordon and Wallace sts Granted 1116 

Electric lights on Indiana St.. from Wood st. to Western ave F. & W. 1119 

Electric lights on Chestnut St., from Halsted to Wallace sts Fin. 1-347 

Electric lights. Cor. Forty-fifth and Wright srs Fin. 1347 

Electric lights. Cor. Western and Warren av .-s P. W. 1407 

Elliott. Theo. P., Compensation for loss of horse Fin. S7, File 347 

Encroachments on Lake Front by I. C. R. R , Against P. W. 1123 

Euclid ave.. Change name to Nicollet ave S. A: A.. W. D. 249 

Fagan, Wai. J., For refund of damage paid to Harrison St. Bridge Fin. 152, File 253 

Farley, Jane Ann, Compensation for injuries Fin. 3Ca 

Fire Alarm Box, Cor. Hoyne ave. and Indiana st Granted 325 

Fire Engine Co. in Sec. 25. Twenty-seventh Ward Fire Marshal 553 

Fire Engine House on Congress, and Robey sts. and Hoyne ave Stay 574 

Fitzmauriee, Dr. James. Damage to horse and buggy Fin. 909 

Fish. Jos. & Co., For banner cross State st P. W. 2s5 

Flagman at crossings Stewart ave. and Twenty-fourth st Granted 64 

Fletcher St.. Change name to Brier PI Nomenclature 6S7 

Fourth ave.. Change name to Custom House PI P. W. 1077 

Gibbons, Jno., Atty. for Mary W. Chase for settlement of judgment of Fin. 245 

GofCey, M. M., For compensation for personal injuries Fin. 119'3 

Grade Ashland ave P. W. 1035 

Grade Fortv-third St.. cor. St. Lawrence ave S. & A.. S. D. 1170 



IXDEX 



CLXl 



Grade Fortj-'Seventh st.,trom State st. to Grand Boule.. Concerning- S. & A., S. D. 771 

Grade Graceland ave P. W. 1035 

Grade Leavitt St., from Ai'mitage ave. to Milwaukee ave.. Concerning changing 

S. & A. W. D. 304 

Grade, Leavitt St., from Armitage ave. to Milwankee ave., To raise File 349 

Grade Millard ave.. Sees. 23 and 26, T. 39, R. 13 P. W. 288 

Grady &: Murray, Claim for building sewers io Lake Dist Fin, 721 

Grade Oakley ave., from Thirteenth to Fourteenth sts.. Concerning Granted 345 

Grade State st., Sees. 23 and 26, To establish P. W. 498 

Grade Twelfth st., from California ave. to Washtenaw ave., Comp. for damage by lower- 
ing File 253 

Gregston, Samuel, Permit for boiler under alley P. W. 150 

Gregston, Samuel, Permit to occupy alley rear Lot 16, Block 142, S, S. Add S. & A., S D. 212 

Hammond, Oscar, Compensation for injurj^to horse Fin. 195 

Hampden ct.. Change name to Linden pi Nomenclature 1237 

Harding, Geo. F., Sewer in Thirty-ninth St., from Wentworth ave to Ft. Wayne tracks. P.W. 298 

Harding, Geo. F., Permit for chimney, 155 Washington st S. & A., S. D. 848 

Harms, A., Claim for damage to property , Fin. 1164 

Hartman Mfg, Co., For corrugated iron build.ng S. & A., S. D. 471, F. & W. 791, F. & W. 577 

Heavey, B. C, Proposition to destroy garbage Health 185 

Hoffman, Augusta, Compensation for personal injuries Granted 252, Fin. 101 

Hoffman ave., Change name to Rockwell st S. & A., W. D. 235 

Hoffsteller, Mary. Claim for personal injury Fin. 798 

Hornitz, H., Compensation for personalinjury Fin. 917 

House of Detention for Women and Children, for Construction of. Police, 506 Def. 344 

, Def. & Pub. 268 

Hunt, Val. G., for lease of N. Block 34, C. T. Sub Granted 68 

Illinois Womans' Alliance Sbops and Factories, Con. Inspecton of Health, Etc. 42 

Illinois Womans' Alliance, For Five Female Sanitary Police Granted 3.56 

Illinois Womans' Alliance, For Additional School Buildings Fin. 986 

Illinois State Board of Health, In regard to capacity of Bi'idgeport Pumping Works Fin. 774 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 2, Magee & High's Addn P. W. 24 

Improvement of Alleys, N. Vz, Block 6, Union Park Addn P. W. 1267 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 9, C. T. Sub. W. 14 W. 3^ Is . E. 14 Sec. 17, 39, 14 P. W. 234 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 9, C. T. Sub., See. 17, Stay S. & A. W. D. 850 

Improvement of Alleys, W. 14 Block 9, 33, 40, 14, Stay S. & A. N. D. 1403 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 10, Union Park Addn.. Repeal P. W. 439 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 12, C. T. Sub.. See. 17, 39, 14, to Repeal S. & A. W. D. .527 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 15, C. T. Sub., Sec. 17, 39, 14, to Repeal S, & A. W. D. 527 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 17, C. T. Sub., W. W. Y2. N. E. 14, Sec. 17, 39, 14, to Repeal 

ord P.W. 679 

Improvement of Alleys,'Block 18, C. T. Sub. W. W. Y2 N. E. 14, Sec. 17, 39, 14, to Repeal 

P. W. 206 

Improvement of Alleys, E. Yz Block 24, C. T. Sub. W. Y2 W. Y2 N.E.14, Sec. 17, 39, 14, to Stay. P. 626 

Improvement of East Alleys Block 33, Wolcott's Addn P. W. 601 

Improvement of E. and X. Alleys, Block 33, Wolcott's Addn P. W. 601 

Improvement of Alley, Block 33, Wolcott's Add P. W. 60 

Improvement of Alleys, Block 37, C. T. Sub, W. 1^ W. Y2 Sec. 17, 39, 14, Repeal. S. & A., W, D. 686 

Improvement of Alley, Block .51, C. T. Sub., Repeal P. 1443 

Improvement of Allej-, Block 45, O. T., Stay S. & A., W. D. 808 

Improvement of Alley, Block 46, C. T. Sub. Sec. 33, 40, 14. P. W. 410 

Improvement of E. Alley, Block 50, Kinzie's Add P. W, 601 

Improvement of Alley bet. Garfield and Webster aves,. Block 21, C, T,, Stay P. 468 

Improvement of Alley bet, Aberdeen st.. Centre ave., Jackson and Monroe sts , To rescind 

order for Grented 371 

Improvement of Alley bet, Ann, Elizabeth, Lake and Fulton sts. , Repeal P. W, 439 

Improvement of Alley bet. Bishop ct., Ogden ave., Wabash ave. and Madison st P. W. 1407 

Improvement of Alley bet. N. Clark St., N. Park ave. and Center st P. W. 105 

Improvement of Alley bet. Hudson and Cleveland aves. and Menominee and Wisconsin 

sts P, W. 1097 

Improvement of Alley bet. Jackson, Adams, and Laflin sts. and Ashland boul P. W. 1165 

Improvement of Alley bet. Leavitt St.. Oakley ave.. Lake and Walnut sts P. W. 628 

Improvement of Alley bet. Market and Franklin sts., Chicago ave. and Superior st P. W. 189 



CI.Xll 



i\i)i:x 



Impi<)v«>iiH'nt of Alley bi'l. MlehiRaii iiiul Wubabh uvcs. and Eighteenth ami Twcntioth 

siK I'. W. 22 

I niproN cnu'nt of AlU-y l)et. MichlKiiii iiml I luliiina uvcs. nxul Thirty-fourth aiuJ Tliii ty-lltth 

sts., H(*|)«>h1 (jrant<'il -Uti 

I iiipi oviMUpnt of AlU'y bet. Oakloy and NVcHtern aveH. an<I I^ake and Walnut sts P. W. l.Vid 

IniproN cinciit (»l Allry lu't. rinilliia, W(km1, Luke iiiiM NVnltnit st« P. W. 14455 

Iiiiprovcint'iit of Alley hel. Kiiiitlolph, Luke, Cuniil and ( lliiton Kts P. W. lIKtt 

Iniprovenient of Alley bet. State, Dearborn, Thlrty-elRhth and Thirty-ninth Mh., He- 

jM'al P. W. ]V£i 

I mprovcnuMit of Alley bet. Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth sts. and Calumet and Prairie 

aves. Let (.'oiitract P. 345 

Improvement of Alley bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts.. Prairie and Indiana aves.. 

Stay S. &A.S. D. 41C 

Inipro\ ('inent of Alley bet. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth sts., State st. and Wabash ave., 

Stay P. 251 

Iniprovenient of Alley bet. Thirty-third. Thirtj-flrst and State sts. and Wabash ave.,Stay .P. 4:Ui 
Iniproveineiit of Alley bet. Thirty-first and Thirty-second sts., Vernon and Rhodes aves., 

Stay Granted 

Improvement of Alley bet. Thirty-first and Thirty-third sts., Forrest and Calumet aves.. Let 

Contract G ranted 471 

Improvement of Alley bet. Thirty-second and Thirtj'-third sts., Rhodes and Vernon aves.. 

Stay P. 378 

Improvement of Alley N & S., bet. Thirty-third and Thirty-fifth sts.. South Park and Calu- 
met aves P. W. 30;j 

Improvement of Alley bet. Van Buren and Congress sts.. Fifth ave. add Franklin st 

P. W. 18:3. P. W. 266 

Improvement of alley between Woodland and Groveland Parks, Pepeal File 144 

Improvement of Addison st P. W. 721 

Improvement of Albany ave., fi'om Colorado ave. to Harrison St., Roadway, etc P. 1075 

Improvement of Albany ave., from Van Buren st. to Harrison st.. Staj' P. 1094 

Improvement of Albany ave., from Van Buren st.to Twelfth st , Concerning. S. & A.. W. D. -J 

Improvement of Aldine St., from Egan ave. to N. Terminus P. W. 22 

Improvement of Ann St.. from Fulton st. to Carroll ave., Repeal P. W. 186 

Improvement of Ann St., from Fulton st. to C. & N. W. By., Stay Granted 1165 

Improvement of Ann St., from Fulton st. to C. & N. W. Ry., Let Contract .Granted 1506 

Improvement of Ann st., from Fulton st. to C. & N. W. Ry.. Let Contract P. 1506 

Improvement of Astor St., from Schiller st. to Burton pi Granted 1302 

Improvemeat of Auburn St., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-fifth St., Stay P. 1033 

Improvement of Avon pi., from Hoyne ave. to W. terminus P. W. 40 

Improvement of Avon pi., from Hoyne ave. to Robey st P. W. 87 

Improvement of Baltimore ave., from Commercial ave to Eighty-third st! P. W. 1401 

Improvement of Belmont ave., from Clark st. to Lincoln ave P.W. 445 

Improvement of Blue Island ave., from Sixteenth st. to Twenty-first St., Stay.S. & A., W. D. 375 

Improvement of Butler St., from Twenty-fourth st. to Thirty-first St., Stay Granted 1163 

Impi'ovement of Byron st P.W. 721 

Improvement of Chatham St., from Hobble st. to Division st P. W. 324 

Improvement of Clark St., from Sixteenth st. to Archer ave., Repeal P. W. 1163 

Improvement of Clark st., from Sixteenth st. to Seventeenth st P. W. 1305 

Improvement of Clarendon ave., from Evanston ave. to Sulzer st P. W. 946 

Impiovemeut of Clarinda st.^ from Ashland ave. to Wood st P.W. 989 

Improvement of Clybourn ave.. For rebates for asst Fin. 410 

Improvement of Cocigress St., from Loomis St. to Ogden ave.. Repeal Granted 439 

Improvement of Cornelia st P. W. 721 

Improvement of Davis St., from North ave. to Division St., Stay Granted 1267 

Improvement of Dickie st P. W. 1347 

Improvement of Eastwood ave., from Sheflield ave. to Halsted st P. W. 571 

Improvement of Eighty-third St., from B. & O. R. R. to French ave P. W. 1401 

Improvement of Elaine st P. W. 721 

Improvement of Ellen St., from Milwaukee ave. to Lincoln St., Stay S. >S: A., W. D. 1303 

Improvement of Ellis ave.. from Douglas ave. to Egan ave Granted 207 

Improvement of Emerald ave., fi'om Twnty-ninth st. to Thirty-first st P. W. 23 

Improvement of Emerald ave., from Twenty-sixth st. to Twenty- ninth St., Rescind stay. . 

Granted 72 



INDEX 



CLXIII 



Improvement of Evans St., Staj' Granted 170 

Improvement of Evans ave., from Forty-second st. to Forty-third st , P. W. 906 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Og-den ave. to Twelfth st.. Stay Granted 170 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Lake st. to K. R. tracks. Stay Granted 443 

Improvement of Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Harvard st S. & A., W. D. 469 

Improvement of Ferdinand St., from Noble st. to Armour st Granted 1267 

Improvement of Flournoy St., from California ave. to Francisco st Granted] ^441 

Improvement of Fifty-sixth st., from Wrig-ht st. to Wallace st P. W. 1236 

Improvement of Forty-fourth St., from Cottag-e Grove ave. to St. Lawrence ave., Stay 

Granted 1170 

Improvement of Forty-sixth St.. from State st. to Drexel boul P. W. 1298 

Improvement of Forty-seventh St., from Arcber ave. to Western ave P. W. 1300 

Improvement of Francisco St., from Lake st. to Kinzie st P. W. 1034 

Improvement of Francisco St., from LaKe st. to Carroll ave P. W. 1407 

r Granted 356 

I File 75 

Improvement of Fulton st., from California ave. to Kedzie ave ^ Repeal S. & A., W. D. 35 

I S. & A., W. D. 349 

L Def & Pub. 309 

Improvement of Fulton st., from Rockwell st. to Calif ot-nia ave P. W. 39 

Improvement of Fulton St., from California ave. to Homan ave S. & A., W. D.-| 

Improvement of Fulton St.. from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave Granted 850 

Improvement of Fullerton ave., from east of Clark st S. & A,, N. D. 1237 

Improvement of Grace st P. W. 731 

Improvement of Graceland ave., from Alexander ave. to Lincoln ave., To chang-e 

S, & A., W. D. 1070 

Improvement of Halsted st., from Archer ave. to Thirty-ninth st S. &. A., W, D. 1340 

Improvement of Harvard st. (and place s. w. to curb) P. W. 87 

Improvement of Hickory st S. & A., W. D. 1340 

Improvement of Honore St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-second st P. W. 1.504 

Improvement of Hoyne ave., from Twelfth st. to Thirteenth St., Stay Granted 153 

Improvement of Hull St., from Eug-enie st. to Menominee st P. W. 687 

Improvement of Iglehart pL, from Twenty-seventh st. to S. terminus P. W. 943 

Improvement of Illinois St., from Franklin st. to King-sbury st P. W. 348 

Improvement of Indiana St., from Central Park boul. to Crawford ave., Repeal P. W. 25 

Improvement of Indiana ave., from Fourteenth st. to Van Buren st S. & A., W. D. 576 

Improvement of Indiana ave., from Ashland ave. to Paulina st P. W 908 

Improvement of Irving- pi., trom Fulton st. to Kinzie st. Repeal S. & A. W. D. 469 

Improvement of Johnson ave., from Archer ave. to Fiftj^-first st P. W. 1300 

Improvement of Kimball ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Armitag-e ave P. W. 1035 

Improvement of Lake Park ave Granted 497 

Improvement of Larrabee St., from North ave. to Lincoln ave.. Let Contract Granted 133 

Improvement of Leavitt St., from Twelfth st to Thirteenth st . . . . { S ' & A " W^D^ ^88 

Improvement of Leavitt St., from Twenty-second st. to Blue Island ave.. Stay Granted 1267 

Improvement of Lincoln ave., from Sheffleld ave. to Belmont ave.. Stay P. 1169 

Improvement of Milwaukee ave., from Fullerton ave. to Log-an square. Stay Granted 1300 

Improvement of Montana St., from Lincoln st. to Racine ave., Stay P. 1035 

Improvement of Monroe St., from Albany ave. to Kedzie ave.. Stay Granted 103 

Improvement of Moore St., from Division st. to Elm st., Staj' P. 1167 

Improvement of Morgan St., from Fifty-fourth st. to Garfield boul P. W. 1403 

Improvement of Newberry ave., from Wright st. to Sixteenth st.. Stay Granted 1408 

improvement of Nineteenth st., from State st. to Clark St., Repeal File 265 

Improvement of Ninety-third St., from Stoney Island ave. to Jefferson ave P. W. 689 

Improv^ement of Noble St., from Clark st. to Sheffield ave P. W. 571 

Improvement of Oakley ave., from North ave. to Division st., Stay Granted 1407 

Improvement of Ogden ave. , from Albany ave. to Millard ave.. Temporary. P. 498 

Improvement of Ogden ave., cor. of Jackson st S. & A., W. D . 1130 

Improvement of Ohio St., from Robey st. to Hoyne ave.. Stay Granted 2i9 

Improvement of Ohio St., from Market st. to Kinzie St., Stay Granted 1405 

Improvement of Osborn st., from Ohio St. to Indiana st P. W. 469 

Improvement of Osborn St., Stay P. 1095 

Improvement of Owasco st., from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw ave P. W. 1094 



f 



("L.\i\ i.\i)i:x 

linprox ••int iil ul nwasi-o st ., t rom Cuiirorniii iivr. I<» NVii-lilr imw uvo 1'. MM 

Impn»\ t'lm-iit ul I'acillc avu., f nun Uiircn Ht. to Miirrisoii hI P. W. 

I iii|irii\ <-iii«>iit <>l I'aik IIimI live, Irum SIxl ii'th Ht. lo SI xty-llrHl Ht., Ix't contruct . . .(» rHiitc<l KCt? 

liiiprovfiiH'iit <»l I'uiiliiia St., Irom Arclmr avc. to Thirty-i-iK^lilh st . S. \- A., S. I). TfjM 

Improvcinciit ol IN'urson Ht.. fi-om Wolls Ht. to Praiikliii Ht J j' \V iw 

liiiliroN ciiiciil III I'carHoii St., I'lKiii W'oIIh Ht. to \V. terminus, Kopeal I'. W 

I iiipr(>\ cint-iit ol I'iiic ( ; rove a\ <•., from C rac*- st. to < 'ortwlia si . r. \V. «K7 

I inproN cmciit ot I'oi tlaiid avc, from Thirty-llrst Ht. to Thirty -third at 1'. W. IPW 

Iinprovcmriit of I'otomHc ave., from WoBtern ave. to Calilornia uve.. Slay P. l.'»0.') 

I nipro\ rmcnt of Hacitic avc. from Western a\ ('. to Fiillertoii ave P. W, Vj:iH 

lnipro\ cnient of itiee St., from Ilohey st. to Leavilt si., Stuj' (Jrantctl I'^til 

ItnprovciutMit of Riehmond st., from Chicajfo ave. to Division St.. Stay P. 111*.* 

Improvement of Kobey St., from lU.'Imont nvo. to Iloscoo St., Stay flranted VZil 

Improvement of Kohey St., from lielmont ave. to lloseoe boul.. Proceed S. & A., .\. U. IWl 

Improvement of Rockwell St., from Twelfth St. to Twenty-second 9t., Stay S. »t A., W. I) UOH 

Improvement of Rokeby st P. W. 721 

Improvement of Roscoe St., from Evanston ave. to Halsted st P. W. ,'»71 

Improvement of Sedgwick St.. from {'liicaK"0 ave. to Erie St., Stay Granted 27 

Improvement of Sedywick St., from Division St., to Elm st P. W. 07 

Improvement of Seminary ave., from Centre st. to Fullerton ave., Stay Granted I'WJH 

Imjirovement of Seventeenth St., from Loomis st. to Robey st P. \V. 'Mfj 

Improvement of Seventy-flfth St., from State st. to Cottat^e Grove ave., Repeal Granted I'Si^ 

Improvement of Sheffield ave., from Graceland ave. to Sulzer st P. W. 1117 

Improvement of Sheffield ave., from Clybourn ave. to North ave.,Concerning-.S. & A., W.D. 1167 

Improvement of Shields ave Repeal File 'Ml 

Improvement of Sixteenth St., from Johnson st. to Throop st., Stay Granted 1340 

Improvement of Si.xty-third St.. from Stonej' Island ave. to Cottage Grovo ave. P. W. 1297 

Improvement of Sixty-ninth St.. from Calumet ave. to State st S. & A., W. D, 464 

Improvement of Si.xty-ninth St.. from Halsted St. to California ave P. W. 1402 

Improvement of Springer ave Repeal File 264 

Improvement of Spring- St., from State st. to Wentworth ave.. Stay Granted K^02 

Improvement of South Park ave , from Fiftj'-first st. to Fiftj^-flflh st P. W. 006 

Improvement of State St., from Division st, to North ave., resurface.. S. & A., N. D. 1302 

Improvement of Stewait ave P. W, 1347 

Improvement of Sulzer St., from Halsted st. to Sheffield ave P. W. ,571 

Improvement of Superior St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st ] ■ • gj-^'y ' g ' ^^^w^lf ^25 

Improvement of Superior St., from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw ave P. W. 1165 

Improvement of Thirtieth st S "& \ S D* '^0 

Improvement of Thirty-first St., from V'ernon ave. to Rhodes ave., Stay Granted 2.50 

Improvement of Thirty-second St., from State St. to Wabash ave.. Stay P. 251 

Improvement of Thii'ty-seventh St., from Lake ave. to I. C. R. R., Repeal S. & A.. S. D. 116.3 

Impi'ovemeut of Thomas ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave Law Dept. 945 

Improvement of Thomas ave., from Follansbee st. to Alley So. of McGovern st.Law Dept. 945 

Improvement of Thomas St., Irom Western ave. to California ave.. Stay Granted 1267 

Improvement of Troy St., from Twelfth st. to Filmore St., Stay P. W. 1304 

Improvement of Turner ave., from Ogden ave. to Twenty-first st P. W. 1033 

Improv£ment of Twelfth si P. W. 469 

Improvement of Twenty-seventh st., from Hanover st. to Wallace St., Stay Granted 1.340 

Improvement of LHlman St., from Thirty-first st. to Thirty fifth st File 265 

Improvement of \^an Horn St., from Ashland ave. to Laflin st P. W. 909 

Improvement of Wallace St., from Thirty-ninth st. to Fortj'-seventh st P. W 1.300 

Improvement of Warren ave., from Crawford ave. to Central Park ave.. Stay P. 1169 

Improvement of Washburn ave., from Leavitt st. to Oakley Ave., Stay S. & A., W. D. 88 

Improvement of Washtenaw ave.. from Leavitt st. to Oakley ave., Stay File 267 

Improvement of Wellington St., from Clark st. to Sheffield ave., Stay S. & A., N. D. 1168 

Improvement of Wellington st., from Halsted st. to Sheffield ave., Stay Granted 1.301 

Improvement of Western ave., from Chicago ave. to North ave.. Stay Granted 1267 

Improvement of White house pi., from Wentworth ave. to Stewart ave.. For Repeal of 

Ord S. & A.. S. D. 232 

Improvement of Whitehouse pi., Repeal File 266 

Improvement of Windsor ave P. W. 945 



INDEX 



CLXV 



Improvement of Wood st,, from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth St., Repeal Granted 206 

Improvement of Wood St.. from Twelfth st. to Fifteenth St., Con. installment plain. Granted 206 

Improvement of Wright St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-second st P. W. 1504 

Improvement for. Permit to make, bet. Seventy-first st., Seventy-fourth and State sts. 

and Indiana ave Granted 1445 

International Bank for dredging- Gi-anted 113 

1 p w 10S3 

Ivy Leaf Pleasure Club, permit to string banners j p (ji-ant 206 

Jeruberg, Aug., for sundry street improvements P. W, 733 

Johnson, Fred., & Co., for oil tank, Indiana ave, and Sixteenth st F. & W, 910 

Jordan, Jos., claim for personal injuries Fin, 742 

Jordan, Jos., for compensation for injuries to horse Fin. 1440 

Kinney, Jas. M., for personal injury Granted 112 

Killeen, James, for damages by Western ave. viaduct Fin. 469 

Knights of Labor Pub. Co. con. ad. in English language Dept. of Law 133 

Kotz, Chas. E.. for refund of tax Fin. 231 

Kross, Carl, for injury to horse Fin. 1002 

Knise, Aug., tor refund of flne.» Fin. 854 

Lamp Posts on Avenue A, between Seventieth and Seventy-first sts P. W, 1401 

Lamp Posts on Avenue B, between Seventieth and Seventy-first sts P. W. 1401 

Lamp Posts on Avenue C, between Seventieth and Seventy-first sts P. W. 1401 

Lamp Posts, Oxford Hall, In front of P. W. ,505 

Lamp Posts cor. Belden and Avondale aves., and on Belden ave P. W, 767 

Lamp Posts on Blucher st P. W. 552 

Lamp Posts on Brooks ave. cor. Seventy-third St., and bet. Seventy-third and Seventy- 
fourth streets P. W. 1297 

Lamp Posts on Burling St., from Wrightwood ave. to Dewey ct, P. W. 502 

Lamp Posts on Byron St., from Halsted st. to the Lake P. W. 444 

Lamp posts on Campbell Park, between Leavitt st. and Oakley ave P. W. 134 

Lamp Posts on Dearborn st. from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-sixth st P. W. 986 

Lamp Posts on Emerald ave., from Fifty-ninth st. to Fifty-sixth st P. W. 466 

Lamp Posts on Evans ave., from Seventy-fourth st. to Seventy-fifth st .P. W. 856 

Lamp Posts cor. Evans ave. and Seventy-fifth st P. W. 856 

Lamp Posts on Thirty-ninth st., from Fifty-ninth st. to Halsted st P. W. 466 

Lamp Posts on Fifty-eighth St., from Wentworth ave. to Halsted st P. W. 466 

Lamp Posts, Electric, on cor. Forty-second st. and Winter st Supt. Fire Alarm Tel. 524 

Lamp Posts in Ist Add. to Kensington S. of One Hundred and Sixteenth st P. W. 856 

Lamp Posts on Michigan ave., from One Hundred and Twelfth pi. to One Hundred and Six- 
teenth st P. W. 856 

Lamp Posts on Nelsons st P. W. 552 

Lamp Posts on Pine Grove ave., from Grace st. to Peleg Hall's Add P. W. 444 

Lamp Posts on Rosenmerkle St., from Wallace st. to Stewai-t ave. P. W. 466 

Lamp Posts on Seventieth st., from Madison ave. to Avenue "C" P. W. 1401 

Lamp Posts on Sherman St., from Fifty-ninth st. to Fiftj'-seventh st P. W, 466 

Lamp Posts in Sixteenth precint, Twenty-ninth Ward P. W. 524 

Lamp Posts on Stony Island ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-first st P. W. 1401 

Lamp Posts on Thirtieth St., from State st. to Wentworth ave P. W. 286 

Lamp Posts in Twenty-seventh Ward P. W, 855 

Lamp Posts on Wallace St., from Fifty-ninth st. to Fifty-fifth st P. W. 466 

Lamp Posts on Winter St., from Fifty-ninth st. to Fifty-sixth st P. W, 466 

Lamp Posts on WrightAvood ave., from Orchard st. to Halsted st P. W. 502 

Lamb, Lyman, compensation for personal injuries Fin. 451 

La Salle st,. Against changing name of Def. 757 

Lincoln Park Commissioners to take control of Dearborn ave. from Lincoln Park to Chi- 
cago ave S. & A. N. D. 67 

Lincoln, Maria B., claim for breaking plate glass Fin. 236 

Land, Josephine, for damage by water main Granted 70 

Love, Wm., compensation for personal injuries. . . Fin. 1323 

Lumberman's Exchange con. outer harbor Wharves & P. G. 219 

Lynch, Mary, and Mary Ernst, compensation for damage by water tunnel at Harrison st. 

Fin 155 

Mandel Bros., permit to connect by bridge, stores between Wabash ave. and State st. 

S. &A. S. D. 598 

Mandel Bros., permit to construct bridge between Wabash ave. and State st .' . Granted 641 



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Mm k< r. It'iinldliih St .. iii rfli'n'fiee U) MarkctK 

Market ( Vt-jfi-lahlrt. Td rHtahllHh . Marki-tis IW> 

Maiiuic ItoxPH, To ri'inovc from Cork si Urallh Dept. 7-J4 

MrKiiiof, (^laiiii for iMTsonal inJnrloM Fin. 71W 

MrLcaii, Klleii, ( (Hii |u-iisat i<tii I Dr pcrrtoiml inJurloH Kin. I"'l'> 

M( (.>iiaiil. Kdwaiil. rrniilt lo frccl protfcl ion wiitcs at Itridv""^ lla''bor& H. -i^ 

Mrt^)uai(l, l-Mwani, I'crmit to I'm't proU'ct ion (fiitcs )'. W. 7<{ 

MtVit'krr. Marrifttc (J., IVrmit to i-xcavuto utulor alley rear Lot 11, Block 142, S. S, Add.. 

s. & A . s, I), m 

M< I rliant, Geo. F., Hermit to use part of State St. near hri<l«:c* for business purposes 

S. &A.. 8. D. MO 

.Motioc Dcm. Clul). World'.-* Fair convratulations on sccurInK" for Cnica»fo Pub. & file 1*^47 

Names, Tothanjfc ol .><un(lry stroct.s in Kit ttcrit li Ward Nomenclature r».")l 

National Brv:. Co., Permit for brewery cor. Eijfhteenth and Lincoln sts Granted 'ZHi 

Niclioi.>;. K. |{. & Co., For permit to Mr. Merchant to erect fruit stand at the State St. 

bridfre S. & A., S. D. 7.'>« 

Nicollet ave., California ave. to Homan ave., ChanKC* natnf Ui Edclid ave P. W. W 

Nolan, Cornelius, For compensation for personal injuries *. Fin. 60H 

Nuisance from sewera^^e system in Cumminjfs' Subdn., Ensrlewood on the Hill 40« 

Nuisance, Chicago Garbarg-e and Reduction Co.. cor. Canalport ave. and S. Mort^an St., to 

abate Health. &c. a2H 

Obstructions on Twenty-seventh st. at Stewart ave.. To remove S. «fc A., S. D. 470 

Obstructions Sixty-ninth court, bet. State st. and Indiana ave.. To remove P. W. .521 

Obstructions Ferdinand St., bet. Paulina aud Wood sts., Remove, Stay order .S. & A.. W. D. 6m 

Obstruction Eig-hty-flf th St.. For removal Granted 985 

O'Brien, For compensation for loss of horse Granted 68 

Oils, etc., Storag-e. Amend code. Sec. 883, Concerning F. & W. 6.5 

Oils, Stop unloading nearLeavitt st. at P., C. & St. L. R. R. tracks P. 10-3 

Oils, Storage, To prohibit L. S. & M. S. Ry's building storage warehouse Def. and Pub. 136 

Open Alleys between Drexel boul., Eg-andale ave. and Fortj'-flfth and Forty-sixth sts. P. W. 445 

Open Alleys between Franklin and Market sts., north of Schiller st P. W. 687 

Open Alles's between Forty-second and Forty-third sts. and Champlain and St. Lawrence 

aves P. W. 8.5.5 

Open Alleys between Green, Halsted, Van Buren and Congress sts S. & A., W. D. 1075 

Open Alleys between Huron, Superior and Robey sts. and j ^^^^^For' Repeal F?e 115 

Hoy ne ave ( '. '. '.'. '. '. '.'. '. '. '.For Repeal,' File 267 

Open Alleys between Jackson, adams, Halsted and Green sts P. W, 1238 

Open Alleys between Langley and Cottag-e Grove aves., and Thirty-seventh and Thirty- 
eighth sts S. & A., S. D. 437 

Open and widen Alleys between Madison and Monroe sts , Kedzie and Albany aves. . .P. W. 25 

Open Alleys between Superior, Huron and Robey sts and Hoyne ave.. Repeal 

S. &A., W. D. 133 

Open Alleys between Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh sts., Vincennes and Ellis Park » 437 

aves S. A; A. S. D. » 470 

Open Alleys between Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth sts., Langley and Cottag-e 

Grove aves Granted 72 

Open Alleys between Thirty-seventh st., Oxford ct., Vincennes and Stanton aves.. Against. 

S. &A.. S. D. 272 

Open Alleys between Thirty-seventh st., Oxford ct., Vernon and Stanton aves Lost 347 

Open Alleys west of Western ave., bet. Lunn ct. and Twelfth st P. W. 74 

Open Alleys through Block 16, Judd's Sub'n S. & A., S. D. 12-36 

Open Alleys in Sub. S. E. H Sec. 22, 38, 14, on Cottage Grove ave P. W. 1445 

Open Ada St., from Austin ave, to Indiana st S. & A., W. D. 626 

Open Albany ave., from Madison st. to Colorado ave P. W. 25 

Open Albany ave., from Ohio st. to Chicago ave S. & A. W. D. 600 

Open Buddan St.. from Fortieth St. to Root st P. W 524 

Open Boone St., against S. & A. W. D. 1165 

Open Burch St., from Kendall st. to Ogden ave., against S. «fc A. W. D. 1239 

Open Claremont ave., from Harrison st. to Flournoy st.. Repeal S. & A. W'. D. 600 

Open Courtlaud St., from Irwin ave. to C. M. & St. P. R. R P. W. 1-346 

Open cx'oss railroad tracks at Seventy-third st P. W. 1-349 

Open Dexter ave., from alley west of Winter st. to Halsted st P. W. 1347 

Open a ditch on east side of Stewart ave., from Forty-ninth St. to Fifty-first st P. W 1236 

Open Eighty-third St., cross right of way C. R. I. .fc P. R. R P. W. 688 



INDEX 



CLXVil 



Open Emerald ave., from S. line of Eishtieth st. to north line Osborn's Sub ,P. AV. 623 

Open Everg-reen ave. west of California ave P. W. 500 

Open, etc., Fake St., to extend Granted 72 

Open Fifty-fifth St., from Lake ave. to Cornell ave .P. W. 1298 

Open Fifty-seventh St., from Wentworth ave. to State st S. & A. S. D. 688 

Open Fisk St., Stay .. . Granted 758 

Open Forty -third St., from Colorado ave. to Twelfth st. P. W. 1170 

Open Genesee ave., from Archer road to Fifty-first st S. & A. S. D. 855 

Open Halsted st. cross right of way C, R. I. & P. R. R W, P. 466 

Open Hanover st., from Thirtietli st. to Stewai't ave S. & A., S. D. 1077 

Open (and extend) Hermitage ave., from Jackson st. to Ogden ave. Withdraw condemnation 

suit P. W. 24 

Open Hoffman ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Armitage ave S. & A., W. D. 235 

Open Hof>kins St., from Fortieth st. to Root st P. W. 524 

Open Hoyne ave. cross C. & N. W. R. R. tracks P. W, 154 

Open Hoyne ave. cross C. & A. R. R P. W. 233 

Open (and widen) Indiana ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-third st Granted 569 

Open Indiana ave., from Fourteenth st. to Van Buren st S. & A., S. D. .576 

Open (and widen) Madison St., from Robey st. to Western ave.. Withdrawal of protest 

against S. & A., W. D. 600 

Open Milton St., from Grace st. to Byron st P. W. 410 

Open Montrose boul. in Twenty-seventh ward P. W. 553 

Open Mospi-att and Wahl sts.. Repeal S. & A., S. D. 599 

Open Palasaide ave. cross Grand Trunk R. R. in Chicag-o Lawn P. W. 1098 

Open Paxton ave., from Seventy-third st. to Seventy-fourth st P. W. 622 

Open Phinney ave., from Scott St. to Van Buren st P. W. 1267 

Open Poplar ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Archer ave S. & A., S. D. 151 

Open Poplar ave., from Twenty-ninth St. to Archer ave P. W. 265 

Open (and widen) Ravenswood Park, E. and W. Roadway P. W. 408 

Open Robey St., cross C. & N. W. R. R. tracks P. W. 154 

Open Robey St., from Fourteenth st. to Seventeenth st Granted 730 

Open Seventy-third St., from Jeffery ave. to Stoney Island ave P. W. 6^2 

Open Sheffieldave., from Sulzer st. to Ardmore ave P. W. 1072 

Open Sixtieth St., from State st. to Wentworth ave P. W. 624 

Open La Salle St., from Sixty -first st. to Sixty-third st P. W. 571 

Open Sixty-ninth st., cross P., St. L. & C. Ry P. W. 1098 

Open Smart st P. W. 87 

Open Sobieski ave., cross C. & N. W. R. R. tracks P. W. 154 

Open State st., from Ninetj^-fifth st. to One Hundred and Eleventh st P. W. 1071 

Open Street between DeKalb st. and Ogden ave. and Ogden ave. and Kendall st P. W. 909 

Open Street south and west of Aldine square S. & A., S. T). 910' 

Open Street from Aldine St. to Stanton ave., agaijist S. & A., S. D. 1408 

Open Sundry streets in Thirteenth ward S. & A., W, D. 989 

Open Taylor St., cross Pan Handle and N. W. R. R., and prohibit cars standing on crossing. 

Granted 726 

Open Thirty-second St., from Emerald ave. to Halsted St., Stay Granted 1408 

Open Thirty-eighth St.. from Wabash ave. to Indiana ave P. W. 150 

Open Troy St., from Thirteenth st. to Douglas Park boul P. W. 990 

Open Twentieth st., from Centre st. to Throop st Schools 303 

Open Twenty-first St., from Douglas Park boul. to Albany ave P. W. 550 

Open Washburn ave., from Lincoln st. to Robey st -j ' g X W 1d 1033 

Open and Extend Wallace st., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st. P. W. 1300 

Open Webster ave ] Local" I9 

Open Winter st., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-sixth st P. W. 789 

Open Yates ave., from Seventy-fifth st. to Seventy-ninth st P. W, 622 

Orcott, F. D., Pumping works at Sixty-ninth and Halsted sts.. In regard to P. W. 582 

Osborne, Samuel. Compensation for personal injuries Fin. 600 

I Fin. 170 

Osterhout, Lena, Compensation for personal injuries < Fin. 272 

( File 345 

Pedlers, For police protection Police Dept. 76 

Personal Rights League, Protest against pension to ex-Police Capt. M. J. Schaack Fin. 512 

Pleasure driveway, For, on Fifty-first st S. & A., S. D. 505 



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IXDKX 



I'ollcr piitnd Ik>x«'« In Twciity-rlKhl li ward P. W. g.'i.'i 

Tolicc |M »»ir« t ion In 'rwciily-rlKlit h wiinl P, W. MS.') 

I'lidol wiiKoiMlrlviTK. For liKrn'UHf of suliirh'rt of Flu. 

ratrol Ih X, .lohtiHon uv«'., cor. Kortj -rtcvi'iith M (J runted IIMX) 

Police olHcors, AiMltloiuil dutull at Ki>fl»th Precinct, south of One liundredtb Ht 

Chief Police oTO 

Ptirtcr, AniiU>, ConipiMifltitlon for pnrHonul Injury Kin. 156 

Postnuisier. ChictiKo, (JoncernInK notneneluture, etc., of Hts 

Select Com. on Nomenclature 2«7 

I'ound Limits, to extend in West Division Dept. Law 2.U 

Prescott, .Joel, I'ermit to maintain transparency Granted JJTI 

Prescott. linchel, Itehate special asst. No. »)24, Hyde Parlt houl Fin. 121*7 

Proton x. I'Mward, For reluiKi of fine File 71 

Prospect pi. 1111(1 Oak avc. To clianfre name of Nomenclature n'^'.i 

I S. 6i A., S. D. 04 

Quarantine (Jrounds Lease, Not to renew Def. l.'>7 

( Granted 171 

Itae, Hobert. Concerning: improvement of Fullerton ave S. & A., N. D. I'i:i7 

Ifailroad, Chicago & Alton, for track on Archer ave., bet. HushncU and Sanger sts 

s. & A., s. D. 

Railroad. C, B. & Q., Concerning viaducts R. R. l.'>.>t 

Railroad, C. M. & St. P., Side track oh Rloomingdale road S. & A., W. D. 188 

Railroad, C. & N. W., For crossing over trucks at Hunting ave P. W. 6H7 

Railroad, C, Mad. & N., For tracks on Archer ave., bet. Bushnell and Sanger sts 

S. & A., S. D. 2m 

Railroad, Chicago & State Line Terminal Co., To construct and operate a R. R 

S. &A.,S. D. fi23 

Railroad, L C. encroachment on Lake front. Against P. W. 1123 

Railroad, Flagmen Grand Trunk R. R. and Loomis st Granted .5.54 

Railroad, L. S. & M. S., Permit for oil warehouse cor. Seventeenth and La Salle sts. Granted 1031 

Railroad, For Police Officers at crossing Penn. R. R. at Fifty-fifth st , Police Dep. 503 

Railroad, Penn. R. R. Co., Permit for corrugated iron building, cor. Twelfth and Holden 

sts F. & W. 790 

Railroad, Flagmen at crossing Fort Wayne & Lake Shore R. R. at Park Manor R. R. :303 

Railroad, C, P. & Ft. W., request to stop trains at Thirtj-'flrst st Granted 849 

Railroad Passenger station, to locate east of Rockwell st. bet. Madison and Monroe sts., 

S. &A. W. D. 40 

Railroad Flagmen at crossings on Stewart ave. and Twentj^-third sts P. 13.5 

Railroad Watchmen at crossing W. C. R. R. at California ave P. W. 4»j9 

Railroad Flagmen at crossing Stewart ave. and Twenty-fifth st P. W. 731 

Railroad, Whistling of engines, enforce code Sec. 18.3.5 Chief of Police 8.55 

Railroad Switch track, what right on Hawthorn ave., in Block 38. Elstou's Addn P. W. 8.52 

Railroad, By what authority R. R. track is ten St. Louis ave. X. of Twenth-eighth St., 

S. & A. W. D. 909 

Railroad, P. E. Lane permit to extend track at Fifty-seventh st. and Stewart ave R. R. 602 

Railroad, D. B. Shipman White Lead AVorks, permit for switch track on Fifteenth st., 

S. & A. S. D. 1163 

Railroad, S. W. and crossings, notify R. R. Cos. to put In on Laughton st P. 1.506 

Railroad, Chicago & S. S. R. T. R. R. Co., Denying Report of intention to use State St., 

S. &A. S. D. 1409 

Railroad, For Increased street car accommodations S. & A. W. D. 686 

Railroad, Horse or Cable on Wentworth ave., Sixty-third to Seventy-first sts.. against, 

S. & A. S. D. 406 

Railroad, W. C. R. T. Co., Legal signatures to regarding S. & A. W. D. 387 

Railroad. W. C. S. Ry. Co., permit for double track on Ai-mltage ave. from California ave. 

toKedzieave S. & A. W D. 604 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co.. For tracks on Eighteenth St., from Halsted to State sts 

S. & A., W. D. m 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co. For tracks on Fourteenth st., from Canal to Robey sts 

S. & A., W. D. 408 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co., For double tracks on Kedzie ave., from Madison to Twelfth 

sts S. &A., W.D. 439 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co., For tracks on Laflin St., from Madison to Twelfth sts 

S. &A., W. D. 857 



INDEX 



CLXIX 



Kailroad, W. C. St. Hy. Co., For tracks on Milwaukee ave., from Armitage to PuUerton 

aves S. &A., W. D. 169 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co., For tracks on Stslte St., from Madison to Washing-ton sts 

,.c...S. & A.,W. D. 1094 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co., For tracks on Taylor st., from Fifth ave. to Canal St., and from 

Canal st. to Western ave S. & A.^ W. I), ifj;") 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co., For tracks on Western ave., from Lake st. to Milwaukee ave. . . 

S. &A.,W. D. 2.34 

Railroad, W. C. St. Ry. Co., Permit to extend on W. Twelfth St., Ogden to Western aves 

Granted 134 

Railroad, Chicago Pass. Ry. Co., For tracks on Western ave.. Van Buren to Jackson sts.: 

Western ave.. Lake st. to Milwaukee ave.; and Eighteenth st., Halsted to State 

sts S. &A., W. D. 284 

Railroad, Union Pass. Ry. Co., For permit to construct and operate on Taylor ( Law Dept. . o74 
St., from Western ave. to Clark st '/ P. W 374 

Railroad, Union Pass. Ry. Co., Additional frontage on Taylor st. . .P. W. and S. & A., W. D. 5T5 

Railroad, Union Pass. Ry. Co., For tracks on Taylor st., from Western ave. to Clark st 

P. W, and S. & A., W. D. 626 

Railroad, Union Pass. Ry. Co., For tracks on Taylor st P. W. and S. & A., VV . D. 679 

Railroad, North Chicago St. Ry. Co., For tracks on Chicago ave., between Larrabee st. and 

Milwaukee ave S. & A., W. I). 154 

Railroad, "L" Ry's, Against franchises to S. & A., W. D. 39 

Railroad, Hannah's " L " Ry. Co., For permit on Milwaukee ave S. & A., W. D. 769 

Railroad, For protection in ''L" R. R. Ordinances . S. & A., W. D. 798 

Railroad, For "L" road on State st S. & A., S. D. 1349 

Railroad, Chicago Remunerating "L" Ry R. R. 382 

Railroad, Chicago Remunerating "L" Ry, for action on Ordinances R. R. 1354 

Railroad, "L" Road on Milwaukee ave., Against S. & A., W. D. 1303 

Railroad, "L" Road on Milwaukee ave S. & A., W. D. 1345 

Railroad, H. Scheip, Permit for side track S. & A., W. D. 272 

Railroad, Ph. Weinheimer, Supplemental U. P. Ry. on Taylor St., Concerning 

P. W. and S. & A., W. D. 721 

Raih'oad, Street Cars, signs on North ave. line, change to Humboldt Park Granted 66 

Revocations of Consent for Union Pass. St, Ry. Co. on W. Taylor st -j ^- p/^V; 409 

Revocations of Consent for W. Chicago R. T. Co S. & A., W. D. 443 

Revocations of Consent for W, Chicago R. T. Co., on Ogden aye S. & A., W. D. 384 

Revocations of Consent for W. Chicago R. T. Co., Michael Daly S. & A., W. D. 39 

Revocations of Consent to concerning R. T. and L road on State st S. & A., S. D. 1340 

Revocations of Consent tor "L" i^oad on Ogden ave S. & A., W. D. 152 

r 1354 
I 150s 

Revocations of Consent for "L" road on State st. (S. F. Johnson) S. & A., S. D.^ j^^g 

11440 

754 
790 
857 
909 
990 
1035 
1075 

Revocations of Consent for Chicago & Cook Co. Dummy R. R. on Milwaukee ave.S.& A.,W.D. i 1096 

1118 
1120 
126S 
1303 
1407 
1443 
I 1.506 

Rebates for assessments on Clybourn ave Fin. 410 

Reed, Geo. W., For refund of taxes paid by Trinity Church Fin. 375 

Richardson, Emily, Compensation for damages by tunnel for Water Dept Fin. 213 

Rifle Range, For permit in Edgewater Granted 908 

River, To deepen at Washington st File 71 

River, To make navigable from Western ave. to Bridewell grounds .Wharfing Priv. 273 

Roadway on Burling St., from Centi-e st. to Webscer ave P. W. 444 

Roadway on Cicero ct., from Congress st. to Van Buren st p. W. 134 

Roadway on Clay St., from Sheffield ave. to Halsted st | S '^S'a^^N D 105 





I', w. 


19' 17 
I6<tt 


Itouihviiy on (Irovr cl., I ioiii liiirniln'o h(. to Orclmnl si 


1'. W. 


(IM7 




I'. W. 


24H 


Uoiithvay on Moiirot- st.. Irom Alhaiiv a\c. to Ki-il/.ic ii\ <•., Tct cHtiiliNHh 


Granted 


r>(M( 


lloailway on Stiobcr St., To t'HtahllHli 


H. A A., \V. I). 


r»7» 




Fin. 


1104 


ItoHTis, I'at'k, Damauc to pi opcrty by cliariKt' of wrnfl*' in Twi'M'th St., nr. Faidlchl aNO.FIn. 


;)72 


Ku('l(liol<l, < 'has., |'"or loss l)y puiclnisc of Ikh'Sc 


I' in. 






1" In. 


1 \zi 




ii' 1 1 . . 


71) 


St'lilcsstT, Nic, l"'<)i" |)('i'niit to plane protection Rati' at sofne l ixci* tiridjfc 


J'. W. 


.')60 




( (} rant(!d 


;ir)4 


Sc'lioen 1 M'l >ai 1 Anna ( 'oni pensat ion lOr in jiirius. . 


•< .Viu 






\ ....File 


m 


Kntvrtra Amoiiiil iici'i'^sii r v to llP PYDPndpd for in 1KU.') 


l)pf and Put) 




Sower in Ail)any ave., from .laeUson st. to Van Uni-on st 


P. W. 


1407 




P. W. 


2.') 


Sewer in IMoom st., from Thirtv-seventti St. to Tliirty eij^hth st 


P. W. 


KS 




P. W. 


1299 




P. W. 


H54 






11 tin 


Sewer in Conji^ress st., from Albany ave. to Sacramento live. 


P. W. 


till 


Sewer in Congress st., from Kedzie ave. to Homan ave 


P. \V. 


1()2 


Sewer in Fairtioid ave., from Hai'x ard st. and the Wis. (Jent. K. li 


P. W. 


«7 


Sewer in Fifty-first St., from Lal<(; ave. to Cotta^^e Gro\'e ave 


P. W. 


5.54 


Sewer in Fifty-first ct., from Halsted st. to Morj^an st 


P. w. 


11 H5 


Sewer in Fifty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st 


p. w. 




Sewer in Fifty-ninth St., from Centre ave. to Morg'an st 


p. w. 


129*^ 


Sewer in Fifty-ninth st., trom Halsted st. to Morgan st 


p. w. 




Sewer in Filmore st from Ali)any ave. to Kedzie ave .... 


p. w. 


VM 


Sewer in Filmore St., from California ave. to Francisco st 


p. w. 


766 


Sewer in Fourteenth St., from Robey st. to Leavitt st . .. . 


p. w. 


88 


Sewer in George St., from Stielfield ave. to Seminary ave 


j p. w. . . 

/ stay P. 


769 
1169 




File 


71 


Sewer in Hai-vard St., from California ave. to Sacramento ave 


P. W. 


153 


Sewer in Hastings St., from Hoyne ave. to Leavitt st 


P. W. 


88 


Sewer in Herndon st 


.. .P. w. 


a54 




P. w. 


524 




P. W. 


a54 


Sewer in Mattison St., from Winter st. to Halsted st. 


P. W. 


571 


Sewer in Moore St., from Kobey st. to Hoyne ave 


P. W. 


250 




Stay P. 


1169 


Sewer in N. Normal Parkway, from Stewart ave. to Wright st 


P. W. 


720 


Sewer in Olga St., from Grace st. to Nellie st 


P. W 


1302 


Sewer in Otto st 


P. W. 


8.t4 


Sewer in Peoria St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-fifth st 


P. W. 


688 


Sewer in Peoria St., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventy-third st 


P. W. 


1299 




P. W. 


1444 


Sewer in Polk St., from California ave. to Francisco st 


P. W. 


153 


Sewer in Rockwell St., from Ogden pi. to C. & St. L. Ry 


P. W. 


135 


Sewer in Sawj-er avenue, from Twenty-second st. to Twenty-fourth st 


...P. W. 


1164 




P. W. 


854 


Sewer in Sixty-seventh st., from Halsted st. to 2 blocks W. of Centre ave 


P. W. 


1299 




P. W. 


1403 


Sewer in South Park ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixtieth st 


P. W. 


554 




P. W. 


23 


Sewer in sundry streets in Thirty-fourth ward 


Granted 


569 


Sewer in Taylor St., from California ave. to Francisco st 


P. W. 


766 




P. W. 


382 


Sewer in Thomas St., from Rockwell St. to Seymour st 


P. W, 


442 


Sewer in Tracy ave., from Fiftj'-fifth st. to Fifty-seventh st 


P. W. 


1098 


Sewer in Van Buren St., from Homan ave. to Kedzie ave 


p. W. 


134 


Sewer in Winter St., from Fifty-sixth st. to Englewood, connecting R. R. . 


P. W. 


466 


Sewer, Plan of to lower level, Gordon H. Knott 


Def. and Pub. 


354 



INDEX 



CLXXI 



Sidewalk on Ada st., from Fifty-filth st. to Fifty-ninth st P. W. 127 

Sidewalk (concrete) on Aldine St., Repeal > P. W. 1361 

Sidewalk on Baltimore ave., from Commercial ave. to Eighty-third st P. W. 1401 

Sidewalk space on Banwans St., from Ashland ave. to BlacRhawk st P. W. 25 

Sidewalk on Blucher st P. W. 552 

Sidewalk on Bowen ave Stay S. & A. W. D. 1163 

Sidewalk on Bowen ave., from St. Lawrence ave. to Grand ave., Place to curb 

S. & A., S. D. 1445 

Sidewalk space on Brompton ave., from Halsted st. to Evanston ave.. Establish ...... P. W. 525 

Sidewalk on Carpenter St., from Sixtieth st. to Sixty-first st P. W. 523 

Sidewalk on Centre ave., from Sixty-first st. to Sixty-second st P. W. 907 

{ P. W. 623 

Sidewalk on Champlain ave., from Forty-fifth st. to Forty-sixth st •< Repeal P. W. 506 

( Repeal P. W. 906 

Sidewalk on Concord st., from Halsted st. to Winter st P. W. 523 

Sidewalk on Crawford ave., from Irving- Park pi. to Clybourn Bridge P. W. 1117 

Sidewalk on Dobson ave., from Seventy-second st. to Seventy-third st P. W 1115 

Sidewalks on Eightieth st. and Eighty-first st P. W. 506 

Sidewalk on Eighty-third St., from Halsted st. to Vincennes ave P. W. 688 

Sidewalk on Eighty-third St., from B. & O. R. R. to French ave P. W. 1401 

Sidewalk on Eighty-third St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st P. W. 1347 

Sidewalk on Eighty-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Morgan st P. W 1347 

Sidewalk on Ellis ave., from Thirty-fltth st. to Thirty-ninth st Granted 170 

Sidewalk on Elizabeth st., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st . .P. W. 721 

Sidewalk on Emerald ave., from Sixty-ninth st. to Seventieth st P. W. 1236 

Sidewalk at curb on Evans ave., from Forty-third st. to Forty-fourth st P. W. 465 

Sidewalk on Farrell st.," from Lyman st. to Archer ave j- ^^^^^^^^Againsf P^'w * 326 

Sidewalk (stone) on Fifth ave, File 347 

Sidewalk on Fifty-sixth St., from Loomis st. to Centre ave P. W. 721 

Sidewalk on Fifty-sixth st., from Drexel ave. to Woodlawn ave P. W. 1099 

Sidewalk on Fifty-seventh st., from Loomis st. to Centre ave P. W. 721 

Sidewalk on Fifty-seventh st., from Wallace st. to Sherman st P. W. 1236 

Sidewalk on Fifty-eighth St., from Halsted st. to Wallace st P. W. 466 

Sidewalk on Fifty-eighth st., from Loomis st. to Centre ave P. W. 721 

Sidewalk on Fifty-ninth street, from Loomis st. to Centre ave P. W, 721 

Sidewalk on Fifty-ninth st., from Halsted st. to Morgan st P. W. 1299 

Sidewalk on Fortieth st., from alley west of State st. to Dearborn st P. W. 1300 

Sidewalk on Forty-third St., from Indiana ave. to Grand boul P. W, 1099 

Sidewalk on Forty-fourth st., from State st. to Vincennes ave ..P. W. 1298 

Sidewalk on Forty-fifth st., from State st. to Wabash ave P. W. 623 

Sidewalk on Forty-seventh st., from Drexel boul. to I. C. R. R P. W. 506 

Sidewalk on Forty-ninth st., from Lake ave. to Woodlawn ave.. Place to curb. S. & A., S. D. 1347 

Sidewalk (stone) on Franklin st File 347 

Sidewalk on Fullerton ave., bet. C. & N. W. and C, M. &St. P. R. R. tracks P. W. 571 

Sidewalk on Genesse av., from Archer road to Fifty-first st S. & A., S. D. 855 

Sidewalk on Goodspeed St., from Forty-ninth st. to Forty-eighth st P. W. 1072 

Sidewalk (plank) on Grace St., from Evanston ave. to Clark st S. & A., N. D. 1301 

Sidewalk (concrete) on Grace St., from Evanston ave. to Clark St., Repeal S. & A., N. D. 1301 

Sidewalk on Halsted St., from Eighty-fifth st. to Vincennes ave P. W, 466 

Sidewalk on Harvard st., from Seventy-fifth st. to Seventy-sixth st P. W. 1116 

Sidewalk on Hinsche st., from Clybourn ave. to Siebens pi P. W. 1303 

Sidewalk on Indiana ave., from Fifty-fifth st. to Sixty-third St., To establish Granted 569 

Sidewalks in Twenty-eighth ward , P. W. 855 

Sidewalk on Jefferson ave., from Milwaukee ave. to Fullerton ave P. W, 987 

Sidewalk on Lake Park ave., from Twenty-ninth st. to Thirty-first st S. & A., S. D. 88 

Sidewalk on Lake Park ave { ij^^; \% 

Sidewalk on La Salle st., from Sjxty-first st. to Sixty-third st P. W. 571 

Sidewalk on Laurence ave., from Forty-third st. south p. w. 1298 

Sidewalk on Lilly ave., from Hart ave. to Blanchard ave P. W. 1347 

Sidewalk on Loomis St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st .' P. W. 731 

Sidewalk space on Madison St., from Robey st. to Western ave j S. & A., ^69 



INDKX 



SKh wiilU M|iaccoii Mailison Mt., Iioiii Itidiry Ml. t<» W«'Ht- » To cKtiiltllKh, 8. it A., W. I). 5r>l 

"•I II "vc , To n-iiiHiii III I:; ll . S. X A.. W, I). b2H 

Siilfu iilk oil MiiiUct .v|., Sliiy Kil*- :il7 

Si.jfwuik on MiiliiMiiii uv»'., troiii Olio IIuikIixmI and KlrHt 8t. to One lluiidred uimI Thini 

«t 1>. W. 7H'.» 

Sidewalk on Micliijraii hI., Iidin WcIIm sI. to Sluto Ht 1'. W. IIIK 

Sith'walk on Mtuinicsl.. Iidiii I'Mly-llllli si. lo Killy-ol^fhth 8t P. W. 1445 

Sidewalk on Nclsim St IV W. .^i 

Sidewalk on ()K<len pi To place to curb, I'. W. \m 

.Sidewalk on (hviisco St.. eroHs ('. »fc N. W, U. K 8. & A., W. I). 144:i 

Sidewalk on I'an I landle t rack, I roiii f.eavjtt kI. to Wood 8t P. W. 554 

Sidewalk. Aicept rortlaiid eeiiieiit in lieu ot Hloiie S. & A., S. 1). 1170 

Sidt waik on Kliodes uvc, Irom Scveiity-tlrst «t. to South ChicHK-o avc P. W. 1445 

Sidewalk on Uoekwell si., Ii(»ni .laekson st. to Van Hiiren st S. & A. VV. I). 144:i 

Sidewalk on Sehell yl., Iroin Seventy-llttli .si. to Seventy-.si.Mh st P, W. 947 

Sidewalk on School St., from Forty-llfth st. lo Forty-seventh 8t P. W. Vm 

Sidewalk on S<>venty-llrst St.. troni Stoiiey Island ave. to Yates ave P. W. «2*^ 

Sidewalk on Seveiily-llist St.. Ironi Cottafre Grove ave. to I. C. K. K P. VV. 1445 

Sidewalk on Seventy-second St., from South Chiea«-o ave. to Woodlawn ave P. W. i;j05 

Sidewalk on Seventy-second st., from South Chieafro ave. to Rhodes ave P. W. I.'j05 

Sidewalk on Seventy-third St., from Stoney Island ave. to Vates ave P. W. 62^ 

Si(\ew alk on Seventy-third st., from Greenwood ave. to South Chicago ave P. VV. 1115 

Sidewalk on Seventy-third st., from Jetlery ave. to Yates ave. . . . ] For Kepeal^S^'Sf A ^S d' 1241 

Sidewalk on Seventy-tifth St., from Jeflery ave. to Railroad ave P. W. H2'.i 

Sidewalk on Seventy-fifth St.. from Stewart ave. to Vincennes ave P. W. 1116 

Sidewalk on Seventy-sixth street, from Stewart ave. to Vincennes ave.... P. W. 1116 

Sidewalk on Sixty-lirst St., from SDUth Park ave. to Cottage Grove ave. With crosswalks.. 

P. W. Li97 

Sidewalk on St. Lawrence ave., from Forty-fourth St. to Forty-fifth St., Placej y ^ ^ g j-q^ 

^""^"^ • • • • I . .' '.P.' W." 688 

Sidewalk on St. Louis ave., from Lake st. to Kinzie st., Place to curb P. W. 1120 

Sidewalk on Stony Island ave., from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-third st P. W. 62a 

Sidewalk (space) on Tell ct., from Wells st. to Franklin st P. W. 1448 

Sidewalk on Thirty-third St., from Rhodes ave. to E. terminus P. W. 438 

Sidewalk on Throop St., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st P. W. 721 

Sidewalk on Vernon Park, N. 6i S. way S. & A., W. D. 248 

Sidewalk (concrete) on Vincennes ave.. Against S. & A., S. D. 1408 

Sidewalk on Wabash avenue, from Forty-fourth street to Forty-seventh st P. W. 623 

Sidewalk on Wallace street, from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st P. W. 466 

Sidewalk on Warren avenue, from Homan avenue to California ave.. Repeal.. .S. & A., W. D. 850 

Sidewalk on Warren avenue Repeal.. .S. & A., W. D. 1033 

( Withdrawing opposition to S. & A., W. D. 1442 

Sidewalk (stone) on Warren ave., < Withdrawing opposition to S. & A. W. D. 1341 

( Withdrawing opposition to S. & A., W. D. 1407 

Sidewalk on Wallace st., from Fifty-fifth st. to Fifty-ninth st Stay Granted 1300 

Sidewalk on Weld St., from Everett st. to Williams st P. W. 624 

Sidewalk on Wells St., from Chicago River to Indiana St., Repeal P. W. 1168 

Sidewalk on Yates ave., from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-fifth st P. W. 622 

Short, John. For damage by Western ave. Viaduct Fin. 600 

Single Tax Club, For high-pressure water system F. «& W. 480 

Single Tax Club, No. 1 gas works and high-pressure water system con. Fin. 512 

Smith, Jerr^-, Claim of Filej J?J 

Smith, Margaret, Compensation for personal injuries Fin. 365 

Smoke from brick kilns. To declare a nuisance Health etc. 1072 

Spiess & Bischoft, Permit to erect iron bldg. cor. of North ave. and McHenry st. Pub. Bldgs. . 500 

Springer, Warren, Permit to lay pipes in Canal st File 270 

Spry, John, Lumber Co., Compensation for dredging Slip '"A," Re-Con Fin. 1440 

Standard Gas Lamp Co., Claim of File 70 

Stanton ave., To change name to "Rhodes Avenue" Nomenclature 576 

Sterns, F. L., For permit to open S. Water st. for water pipe Granted 21 

Storm Doors, For removal of. at Nos. 224 to 228 S. Clark st -j ^- ^!.%ne 348 

Street from Throop st. to Ashland ave., in Taylor's Addn., Change name to Elburn ave 

S. & A., W. D. 438 



INDEX 



CLXXIII 



Southern Hard Wood Lumber Co., Permit to pile lumber, Against S. & A. W. D. 336 

Swedish Home of Mercy, For appropriation to enlarge building- of Fin. 634 

Szymezak, John, For permit for temporary building at No. 706 Noble st Buildings &c. 600 

Taylor, E. J , Compensation for personal injuries Fin. 1348 

Third ave.. For changing- name to "Plymouth Place" Granted 1123 

Thompson & Wetmore, For pay for badges etc Granted 353 

Tinkham avenue, For changing name to "Montecello Avenue" Granted 104 

Totten, J. W., For compensation for damages Fin. 334 

ToAvne, L. F., For compensation for damages File 70 

Town of Lake, For completion of improvements now pending Pub. and File 396 

Trego, C. T., For quit claim deed to Granted 90 

Trade and Labor Assembly, For tenement house inspection, etc File 43 

Trade and Labor Assembly, Concerning payment of city employes File 69 

Trade and Labor Assembly, For use of Council Chamber July 12, 1889 Grant and File 245 

Trade and Labor Assembly, Concerning inspection of factories Health, &c. 389 

Tudor Buggy Co., For permit for switch track across Stewart ave R. K. 733 

Tully, Thos., For Compensation for change of grade Twenty-second st Fin- 538 

Tyrrell, M. A., For compensation for personal injuries Fin. 990 

Union Square, For control of by Lincoln Park Commissioners. S. & A., N. D. 334 

Vacate Alleys Block 3, Assessoa's Div. N. J4 S. E. 14 Sec 30, 39, 14 S. & A., W. D. 135 

I .S. & A., S. D. 64 

Vacate Alley Block 4, Springer & Fox's Addn < Def. and Pub. 114 

( Granted 136 

Vacate Alley Block 4. Johnson & Lee's Subn. S. W. 14 Sec. 30, 39, 14 S. & A., W. D. 375 

Vacate Alleys Block 31, Douglas Park Addn : P. W. 65 

Vacate Alley Block 33, Douglas Park Addn S. & A. W . D. 1441 

Vacate Alley Block 56, Chicago University Addn P. W. 907 

Vacate Alley in rear of Erring Women's Home S. & A., S. D. 471 

Vacate alley in rear of lots 3 to 8, Sec. 38, 38, 14 ' P. W. 1444 

Vacate Alley between Western and Campbell aves., Twelfth st. and Lunn j S. & A., W. D. 88 

ct I Granted 370 

Vacate Alleys between Drexel bouL, Egandale ave.. Forty-fifth and Forty-sixth sts. . .P. W. 445 

Vacate Alley Fisk's Sub., Lots 1 and 2. Assessor's Div. Sec. 6, 39, 14 S. & A., W. D. 408 



Vacate Alley Kessler Bros.' Re-Sub., Lots 37 to 33, Wright et. ai's. Sub. Sec. 16, 38, 14. . P. W. 533 

Vacate Alley in Sub. of W. 250 ft. of S. H Block 6 of N. E. H of N. W. I4 Sec. 39, 40, 14 

S. &A., N. D. 731 

Vacate Alley bet. Sub. Lots 65, 68 to 70 and 94 of Lotsl, 2, 3, 24, 35 and 36, Block 1, Taylor's 



3ndAddn P. W. 1403 

Vacate Alley in Sub. S. E. H Sec. 22, 38, 14, on Cottage Grove ave P. W. 1445 

Vacate Dalenberg's Sxib., bet. One Hundred and Eleventh and Union sts. State and Free sts. 

, S. & A., S. D. 947 

Viaduct, Halsted St., over tracks over U. S. Y. & T. Co.'s Ry S. & A., S, D. 1093 

Viaduct, Halsted st., To stop work on S. & A., S. D. 1123 

Viaduct, Halsted st., cor. Thirty-ninth st., To construct S. & A., S D. 1366 

Viaduct, Jefferson st., Notify R. R. Co. to erect and for estimate of cost.... Passed 1240 

Viaduct, Lincoln st,. Over Railroad tracks Fin. 1133 

Viaduct, Union St., cor. Sixteenth st P. W. 1366 

Vincennes ave., Against change of name of Nomenclature 856 

Water Tax, For rebate at No. 1377 Filmore st. P. W. 134 

Water Tax, For rebate at No. 436 Austin ave Fin. 439 

Water Tax, For rebate at Nos. 186 to 190 Eugene st Fin. 553 

Water Tax, For rebate at Nos. 132 to 136 Wells st Fin. 853 

"Water Dept., To amend water rates to Cook County Fin. 951 

Water Troughs, For refunding of taxes on various F. & W. 333 

Water Service Pipes, Archer ave., from Blanchard to Kedzie aves P. W. .524 

Water Main, Bissel St., from Centre ave to Willow st F. & W. 501 

Water Mains, Bowmanville, To extend into Fin. 1301 

Water Mains, Fifty-flrst St., from Lake ave. to Cottage Grove ave P. W. 554 

Water Mains, Huck ave., from Lawrence ave. to Clay st P. W. 1403 

Water Mains, Jefferson and other Towns, For P. W. 315 

Water Mains, Loomis St., from Forty-seventh st. to Forty-ninth st P. W, 503 

Water Mains, Milwaukee ave.. To extend on P. W. 365 

Water Mains, Sangamon St., from Seventy-first st. to Seventy-second st P. W. 532 

Water Mains, Sixty-ninth st., from Halsted st. to California ave. P. W. 1403 

Water Mains, South Chicago ave. , from Ninety-second st. to Commercial ave P. W. 506 



(^LXXIV 



IXDKX 



WiiliT Mums. Suinlrv his. In Turk I)i«li icl I'. W. ti(M 

Wiilkrr, (i. II., For rflitiHliiiu: of Awcllitii iJconHi* (iruiitetl ijr^j 

WiisliiiiKtniiliui lluiiii'. To liivrslljfiilf nlliilrH of Dt^f. and I'uh. IKl 

NViisliiiiKloii IMi a^m i' ( lull, l-'or iii-riiili lo si riiiK I'lliiiM'r I*. W. UfM 

Wi'hrr, Uii.l.. Kor iKiiiiil to «xcii\ iilr Viclorlii iilU-y ^ '^"^'yy 

Wolsli, All.'!, l''or conipi iisiilioii lor i n j ii i ii-s . . 1|JH) 

NVilliums, .!., I'oi- coiiiim-iisiiI ion Tor tlmiiiiKc lo wiii^oii Fin. IWIT 

U ailswoiili. M. l-'or coiiiiiciisut ion lor |)cr.soiiiil injuries Kin. iTtfi 

Ziec'h. Auk.. I''»>'" •••'•uti' ucft. Siiii>on liiceiiBf Kin. 



REMOXSTUANCES. 







768 


lioarfl of Kdiication ot a).. To side-track near Ward School 


li.n. 


175 


lUiildinK orilinaiicc. To violations of at Clark St., bet. Archer ave. and Twenty-first st 








57,; 


Chicafro Drapers ifc Tailors' E.vchanfre, To smoke nuisance 


. .Spcl. on smoke 


441 


Cornelia St., To changing- name of 


. . . Nomenclature 


7^8 






11G8 




G., 0. & E. L. 


721 


Gas works. To ei-ccting at Fortv-fifrh st. and Stewart ave 


. G , O. ife E. L. 


855 




File 


265 


Hardinjr, Geo. F., To erection of chimney at Nos. 155 and 157 Washing-ton 


st..S. & A., S. D. 


732 


Improving- allej' E. and W. bet. Groveland and Woodland Parks, Ag-ainst 


.... S. & A., S. D. 


64 


Improvinj? alley bet. Thirtj'-fourth and Thirty-fifth sts., Wabash and 


Michigan aves., 






File 


72 


Improving alley bet. Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth sts.. Calumet and South Park aves.. 






S. & A., S. D. 


207 


Improving- alley bet, Jackson, Van Buren and State.sts. and Wabash ave.. 




26.5 


Improving- alleys bet. Centre ave., Lytle St., Gilpin and Macalister places. Against 






Law Dept. 


:304 


Improving Albany ave, from Washington boul. and Madison St., Against 


...S. & A., W. D. 


439 


Improving- Alban J' ave., from Colorado ave. and Twelfth st. Against 


S. & A.. W. D. 


1239 


Improving Allport ave., Against 


File 


74 


Improving Eastwood ave., Against 


S. & A., N. D. 


1168 


Improving Fairfield ave., from Twelfth st. to Ogden ave.. Against 


File 


74 


Improving Farrell St., Against 


S. &A., S. D. 


1164 


Improving Florence ave.. Against 


S. &A.,N. D. 


10-35 




..P. w. 


990 




File 


72 


Improving Hanover St., from Twentj'-uinth st. to Thirty-third st.. Against 


S. & A.. S. D. 


1122 


Improving Hickory St., Against 


S. & A-, S. D. 


1240 


Improving Locust St., Against 


File 


75 




J S. & A., S. D. 
••• 1 File 


250 
347 




P. W. 


134 


Improving Paulina St., from Archer ave. to Thirty-eighth St., Against 


S. & A., S. D, 


758 




, , S. & A., N. D. 


908 


Improving Sherman St., from Polk st. to Taylor St., Against 


. . S. & A., S. D. 


4T1 




S. & A., S. D. 


250 




S. & A., S. D. 


471 


Improvins: Thirtv-fourth St., from Halsted st. to Auburn ave.. Against 


S. & A., S. D. 


4-0 


Improving Ullman St.. from Thirty-first st. to Douglas ave., Aarainst 


S. & A., S. D. 


23 


Improving Ullman St.. from Thirty-first st. to Thirty-fifth St.. Against. , . 


File 


265 


Improving Wood St., from Archer ave to Thirty-ninth St., Against 


S. & A., S. D. 


1240 



INDEX 



CLXXV 



Mattoon Mfg-. Co., For permit for frame building'. Against F. & W. '190 

Oil, Storage of, by Sehofield, et a)., Against Def . 143 

Opening- Alley bet. Ellis and Cottage Grove aves., Thirty-seventh and Thirty-ninth sts 

Against S. & A. S. D. 1261 

Opening Alley bet. Halsted st., Florence ave., Wrightwood ave, and Diversy st.. Against. . . 

S. &A., N. D. 769 

Opening Alley bet. Prospect pi., Thirty-seventh St., Vincennes ave. and Ellis Park 

Against S. & A., S. D. 437 

Opening Alley bet. Axford ct.. Thirty-seventh st., Stanton and Vincennes aves., Against. 

S. & A., S. D. 372 

Opening Ada St., from Austin ave. to Indiana St., Against S. & A., W. D. 730 

Opening Birch St., from Kendall st. to Ogden ave.. Against S, & A., W. D. 1339 

Opening Boone St., Against S. & A., W. D. 1120 

Opening Canal St., from Lumber st. to Archer ave.. Against S. & A., S. D. 338 

Opening Falls St., from Madison st. to Warren ave., Against j " '^^^ ^ustain^d 267 

Opening Thirty-eighth St., from Wabash ave. to Indiana ave.. Against. S. & A., S. D. 312 

Planing Mill at Western ave., Bloomingdale road and Wabansia ave.,Against.Buildg. Dept. 371 

Raih-oad, Arcade Rapid Tiansit Co., on Monroe St., Against S. & A., W. D. 388 

Railroad, Union S. Yds. & T. Co., Additional tracks E. of Lake ave.. Against Jud. .570 

I S. & A., W. D. 1070 

Railroad, W. Chi., St. Co.'s car line on Robey &t. to North ave., Against S. & A., W. D. 1086 

\ S. & A-, W. D. 1323 

Railroad. W. Chi. St. Co.'s car line on Robey St.. from Chicago ave. to North J S. & A., W. D. 1095 

ave., Against '. ( S. & A.. W. D. 1406 

Railroad, W. Chi. St. Co.'s car line on Robey St., from Madison st. to Twelfth St., Against.. 

1339 

Railroad, W. Chi. Co., street car track on State St., from Madison st. to Washington st. . . 

Against S. & A. , S. & W. D. 1242 

Railroad, Elevated, on Ogden ave., Against S. & A., W. D. 153 

Railroad, Elevated, on Milwaukee ave.. Against S. & A., W. D. 1408 

Sampson Steam Forge Co. Works, cor. Kinzie st. and Artesian ave.. Against.. S. & A., W. D. 600 

Sidewalk (stone) on Adams St., from Centre ave. to Western ave.. Against File 74 

Sidewalk (stone) on Bowen ave., from St. Lawrence ave. to Grand boul.. Against 

S. & A., S. £>. 1504 

Sidewalk (stone) on Fifth ave., Franklin and Jackson sts., Against. . : S. & A., S. D. 251 

Sidewalk on Francisco st., from Warren avenue to Washington boul. (manner of construct- 
ing). Against S. & A., W. D. 850 

Sidewalk on Francisco st. (character of). Against Sustained 1058 

Sidewalk (stone) on Grace St., from Clark st. to Lake Michigan, Against S. & A., N. D. 908 

Sidewalk (stone) on Rokeby st., Against S. & A., N. D. 908 

Underwriters of Chicago, Against changing names and numbers of streets. .Nomenclature 771 
Vacation of E. 34 feet of Chauncey ave., bet. Seventy-sixth st. and South Chicago ave.. 

Against S. & A., S. D. 464 

Viaduct at Lincoln and Kinzie sts.. Against File 74 

Widening Halsted st., bet. Archer ave. and Thirty-ninth St., Against S. & A., S. D. 1240 

Winebrewer, J. P., Against street car tracks on Robey st S. & A., W. D. 1333 



ClAWI 



IXDHX 



incsoij Tioxs. 



Alien liiiw. To cnrdrcc ciiiiiloyiiiK oiilj- citi/ciiH, ( 'oiiccriiinK 

Anli-MoiKipoly Mills in I,»'iiisl"iif lire (»l Stale, Kfnl<irHiiiK 

Aiiiiexiil ion, elc, ( 'oiiiiiiil lee «livi(le into wiirrlH itnd call election for AhJcrmen 
(new terriloryi 

AnncxMi ion, KeKanlinii' le^al, niutiieipai anrl wnfiniHhed l)iJHin(>H8 in new terri- 
tory 

Annexed 'I'ei'i itorv, l{e>iiirdintr ScliooN and School proper-ty in 

Armour, P. I)., Sale tool part ol ifiocU IT), C. T. Snh. See. :{;{, :J!», 14, etc 

Ayor, Dr. .1. Winslow, Memorializing- Conjfres.s in Ix-liall Ol j.lud. 

IJicycles, etc., Itefpiired to have {rony and lijfht 

I?i-iilyc at N. Western ave., 'I'o i)i-()(;eed with 

|{rid>;»' at l"'oiirl(M'nth st, i'\)r appropriation lor Del 

('ai'ne.\', \V. |{., Compensation to widow of Fin. 

City of Detroit, Coiifri-atnlal ion to Chica^^o acct. of World's Fair. ..Pub. and File 

City (.'onncil, Chanjiiiiji' hour for meetinff.s of 

City l"-mi)lo.\-es at City Hall, Half holiday Saturdays June to Sept.,inc 

City Ihnployes to be "paid not less than $1.75 per day Fin. 

City Funds. Demanding- (,'ity Trcuisurei' to pay interest on Fin. 

City Furuis, To hriny suit auainst City Ti'easurer tor interest on deposits of. Fin. 

City Funds, To bring suit against City Treasurer for interest on deposits of 

Def. and Pub. 

City Funds, Regarding Banks paying interest on j 

City Dei)artments Closing Election Day, Dec. 12, 1889 .V.^.'. " 

Council Committees, To assign new members to 

Crook, Gen. George. On death of 

Dam in Desplaines river. For I'emoval of 

Dedication of Streets and Alleys in Twenty-seventh ward P. W. 

Drainage Project, To employ engineer on Fin. 

Drainage Project, To pay S5,000.0U from Water Fund toward expense of Fin. 

Drainage and Sewerage, For better system of 

Drainage in Jefferson and Cicero, Concerning P. W. 

Eight-Hour Ordinance, for Comte.. Report form for 

Eleclion Day. Closing City Depts. on (Dec, VZ, 1S89) 

Electric Light System, To" extend in Fifth and Sixth wards G. O. & E. L 

Elevated R. Roads, For papers relating to 

Fire-Ahirm T3ox Cor. Fifty-first st. and Western ave., For 

For Ordinance declaring 8 hours a legal daj^'s work 

Fountains, For erection of for drinking purposes F. & W. 

Gambling, For report why ordinance forbi .ding is not enforced 

Gas for street lighting, or other than gas, Report as to cost of 

r 



1 



Zil 

m 
mi 
4m 
\m 

v.m 
m 

154 
1408 

:j74 
15J7;J 
89 
Vili 
407 
150 
5.'i0 



■I»AOK- 



VI 

l/J 

OS 



Z\\ 

'Ml 
150 

V.m 

287 
154 



Gas Works, Concerning advisabilitj- of city erecting, etc... 



.G. O. & E. L. \ 

Jud. 

..Def. and Pub. 

I Fin. 

I, Spcl. Com. on Gas 

Gas, For report as to cost of, south of Thirty-ninth st 

Gas, Concerning hours of lighting and extinguishing lamps 

Gas, To secure old citj- rates for annexed territory 

Gas, Concerning saving to city of ^l.')0,000.00 in cost of 

Grade of Viaduct at Blue Island ave. and Throop St., Against change of 

Health Dept., Endorsing management of, by Ex-Commisr. DeWolf -j '"^'j^'gnded 

High Pressure Water Works, Concerning city establishing Jud. and Fin. 

Hillock, C. H., Ex- Alderman, On death of 

Hoffman ave.. Regarding permit to pile lumber 

House Drains, For revision of rules concerning Select Com. 

Improvement, Chicago River, S. foi*k of S. branch Health, &c. 

Improvement. Lexington ave., from Sixty-first st. to Sixty-third st 

Improvement, Paulina St., from Fourteenth st. to Blue Island ave.. Let contract 

Improvement in Twenty-seventh ward. For estimate of cost, etc P. W 

Johnstown, Pa , Committee to aid sufferers' acct., Catastrophy at 

Judgment, &c., For payment opening Forrestville ave Fin. 

Knickerbocker, Judge Joshua C, On death of 

Lake Fx'ont Property, Providing for sale of, &c Fin. 

Law, Enforce as to employing citizens only. ... 

Legislature. Endorsing monopolj' bills of 

Market Facilities, To provide for increasing of. . 

]Milliken, Isaac L., (Ex-Mayor) On death of 

Mutual Fuel Gas Co., Concerning ordinance for G., O. & E. L. 

Names and Numbers at all street corners, For estimate of cost of 



1078 
«28 
575 
798 
416 
150:3 
233 
553 
28' 
496 
37 
769 
1.55 
798 
529 
3.50 
471 
12 
250 
1112 
133 
388 
496 
503 
634 
1238 
1240 
445 
500 
554 
625 
1507 
344 
3.59 
496 
1311 
112 
372 
287 
570 
40' 
553 
151 
1116 
950 
220 
236 
26 
524 
797 
603 
144J 



1273 
133 



798 
416 

1503 

233 

;333 



375 



155 
798 



471 
12 

1112 



872 



445 
500 
554 
625 
1507 
344 
359 

1311 



112 



570 
407 

151 

950 

236 
26 
524 
797 
603 
1441 



346 



INDEX 



CLXXVII 



PAG 



REi^OLUTIO^S— Continued. 



Nuisance at Atkinson Car Spring- Works, To abaie Health, &c. 

Nuisance of dumping night soil at Bowman ville, To prohibit Health, &c. 

Nomenclature and renumbering streets. Committee on. 

Obstructions in Eighty-fifth St., To remove from 

Oil, &c., for street lighting. For report as to cost of / 

Open Montrose boul., cross C. & N. W. and C, M. & St. P. R. Rds 

Police, (SanitarjO To dismiss in Hyde Park District Commisr. Health 

Private drains, Concerning the revision of rules governing Select Comte. 

Pumping water from river into canal. For estimate and plans for Fin. 

Railroad, Arcade Rapid Transit on Monroe St., Against S. & A., W, D. 

Railroad crossings, Concerning prevention of accidents at 

Railroad, Elevated, for return of all papers. Concerning S. & A., W. 

Railroad, Elevated, for opinion concerning petitions for 

Railroad, Chicago City Co., To enjoin from laying tracks on Wentworth ave 

Railroad, N. C. St. Co., As to rights of, on Clark st. north from Diversy st 

S. & A , N. D. 

Railroad, U. Stock Yds. & T. Co., Concerning switch yard of. * Jud. 

Railroad, Concerning protection gates at crossings R, R 

Railroad, W. C. R. T. Co., On report of ordinance, Concerning 

Railroad, W. C. Street, On construction of ordinance for, of Dec. 23, 1889 

Pub. & L. Dept. 

Railroad, Street, Enquiry into rates of fare by, and acct. transfer tickets 

Rebate warrants. To publish list of 

Rules and order of business. For committee to revise 

Sa aries of city employes, for Dec. 1889, to be paid Dec. 236. or 2ith 

Salaries of city employes. Fixing at not less than $1.7l> per day Fiu. 

Saloons, Res. by Personal Rights League to close on Sunday Licensi 

Schools, etc.. To adjust property of, in Jefferson and Cicero (annexed) 

School teachers, Concerning salaries in Lake and Hyde Park (ann xedj 

School property, To adjust in new and annexed territoi^y Passd. and Pub. 

Sewerage, Concerning lower level for Health, etc 

Sewerag-e and drainage, Concerning better system of 

Sewerage, For consti'uction of by special assessment (submit orders for) 



Sewerage, For payment of by special assessment j^Recon. and Fin 

Sewerage, For payment of by special assessment in annexed^ 
territory . 



.Pub. and Fin 

L Substitu e 

Sewerage convention at Joliet, I 'ommittee to attend 

Smoke nuisance. To devise means to prevent. Committee on 

Soldiers' Memorial Hall, For construction of at Dearborn Park. Spcl. Com 

Special assessment, Publish list of tiebates acct. of 

Special assessment, Warrant No. 443, Hyde Park, To collect Fin 

Statutes of Ills., For purchase of, for use of city officers 

Streets and alleys, Dedication of in Twenty-seventh Ward, Concerning 

Street car signs, For change of on North ave. line 

Street cleaning, etc., For committee to investigate 

Taxes and Assessment of property for. Concerning- Jud 

Telephone Companies requested to furnish same rates in Dist. of Lake as in ola 

City 

Telephone Companies, As to schedule rate of Jud 

f J d 

Toll Gates on Milwaukee ave.. Concerning- removal of 



P4' 



37'^ 
3b6 

y8f) 

133 

5T0 
372 

1061 
288 

U) 7 

9»v, 



Def. and Pub 



I 

Transfer Tickets, Requiring at intersecting lines of W. Div. St. Ry Ju.i. 

Turner Singing- Societies Entertainment benefit Johnston sufferers 

Viaduct, C.,M.& St. P. R. R. requiredtoconstructatMilwaukeeave.S. & A., W D. 

Viaduct, C. & N. W. R. R. required to construct at North ave S. &A...W. i). 

Viaduct at Ogden ave., near Rockwell St., R. R. Cos. to proceed 

Viaduct at Ogden ave., ne r Rockw 11 st., To be full width of street. Fin. 

Vidduct at Halsted st , Stop work on S & A , S. D. 

Viaduct on Blue Island ave. and Throop st , Concerning change of 

Village of Hyde Park vs U. Stock Yds. R. R. & T. Co., To dismiss case of P.. \\ 

Water Mains in Cottage Grove ave.. To proceed wjth I' in 

Water Mains in Forty- first St., '1 o proceed with Fin. 

Water Mains, To connect with Lake District at Sixty-fifth st Fin 

* liu 



Water Mains, Under Warr.mt No. 443, Hyde Park, Proceed with. 



tiesciiiu 



Water Supply in Dist. of Lake, To increase 

Water Supply, To protect purity of Fin 

Water Pressure, Hydraulic, To Establish Jud. and I in. 

Water pumping from river into canal, For estimate and plans for Fm 



3h6 
985 

957 



364 

5U5 

iUDi 
tOi 

44 

b^y^ 
4u'( 
b . 

4 

7 ] 
vd 

;m5 

Hi 
16. >i 

.16; 

41 
91. 

4t4 
o.i 
o;:3 

4o'-. 
4(8 

m 

1 09 
1..9 
7i)U 
4u'i 
It9 
85 
8., 
b7o 
'.5 
.U:j3 
15> "i 
445 
-16;. 
46 
46(: 
64 
;joJ 
445 
496 
4'.»( 
luGi 



!l9li 
36^ 



46!= 



1U7. 

44i. 
8;^:. 



15. 

46-, 



91:- 



1351 

110. 

4i 



5'2l 

6 

437 



790 
16' 

375 

1507 



511 
1.61 



133 



159 



916 



INDKX 



. PAOR 



IIESOJ.C riONS— rorj<mM6tZ. 



0U 



I 

u 

O 



u 

s 



Water tmiiu'l at. Lake; View DIhI ., (JoniM'rniiiK <^xtL'nMioii of FIti. 

Wick<>r, (!haH. (1. ( Kx-Aldcniuiii) On «U;iith of 

Wlhlwood (^oiiK'trry, Coiuifrniiw CNtablinhnicnt of Jinl. 

World's Fair, For (Join in it tec to Heeiirc! tor Chicafro 

VVorld'M Fair, TluinkH to Oeo. li. Davis, Mayor, and ChleaRo doleKHtlon for |>ro- 
euriii(r 



m 

314 



Ml 7 
1248 



N 



April 15,] ' 1 [1889. 



I 



CITY . COUNCIL. 



REGULAR MEETING. 



APRIL 15, 1889. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Present— Bis Honor the Mayor and Ald- 
ermen Dixon, Whelan, Appleton, Ham- 
line, Wetherell, Gorton, Hammer, Hep- 
burn, Connor, Oehmen, Emmerich, Burke 
(6th ward). Murphy, I^ove, Monear, 
Weber, Bartels, Cullerton, Nohe, Wallner, 
Badenoch, Pond, A¥hite, Campbell, Mc- 
Gregor, Landon, Johnson, VVeinhardt, 
Doornbos, Bowler, Horn, Kowalski, Mul- 
vihill, Young, Harris Horner, Sheridan, 
Powers, Kix, Hage, Reich, Ernst, Bur- 
meister, Burke (22d ward), McCormick, 
O'Brien, Manierre and Tiedemann. 

Absent— None. 

MINUTES. 

Aid. Wetherell moved that the minutes 
of the regular meeting held April 8, 1889, 
and the adjourned meeting hekl April 12, 
1889, be approved without' being read. 



Aid. Whelan moved that the minutes of 
the adjourned meeting held April 12, 1889, 
be not approved, and that the Law Depart- 
ment be called upon for an opinion whether 
the proceedings of April 12th are legal. 



The Chair held that the motion of Aid. 
W^helan was out of order, and that the 
question before the house was on the ap- 
proval of the minutes. 

On that motion the yeas and nays were 
demanded and taken, and the minutes were 
approved by the following vote: 

Veas— Dixon,, Hamline, Wetherell, Gor- 
ton, Hammer, Hepburn, Connor, Oehmen, 
Emmerich, Burke (6th ward), Weber, Bar- 
tels, Cullerton, Nohe, Wallner, Badenoch, 
Pond. White, Campbell, McGregor, John- 
son, Weinhardt, Doornbos, Bowler, Born, 
Kowalski, Harris, Kix, Hage, Reich, 
Ernst, Burnieister, Burke (22nd ward), 
Manierre, Tiedemann — 85. 

iVays— Whelan, Appleton, Murphy, Mon- 
ear, Mulvihill, Young, Sheridan, Powers, 
McCormick, O'Brien— 10. 



REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS. 

His Honor the Mayor submitted his re- 
port of releases from the House of Correc- 
tion for the week ending April 13, 1889, 
which was 

Placed oji file. 



April !.'),) 



[1889. 



AM. Wi'lIuTi'll imovimI that tin* CoiiikmI 
varalc llicir sfats, :iini that tin- ('Ink call 
thf nill ut till- new ( 'oiiiK-il. 

The Ch-rk <'all«Ml Ihr roll of thf now 
Coiiiicil, ami thrr»' wrrc 

I'n stnl A lili'rim'ii ^^'ht•|:lll. Dixon 
(1st ward I, N'ij'rliim. SiimiiuM lichl, (Jorl<»ii, 
Dixon (.'5«l ward I, Mt'|»l>nrn, Madih-n. ()«'h- 
incn, liirki'N, IJnrkf (tiihward), O liricn 
( »tlh w ard I. 1 ,(»\ Mnrithy, Dvfirak, Hun- 
ker, ("nllcrlon lUdw ill, NVallnrr.McKncrny, 
roiid. Kent. < 'am plx-ll. Mills, Landon. 
Lykf, WtMnliardf. .Iarks(»n. iJowlcr, l{\an, 
l\o\\;ilski, Hoin. ^'onn*;. MiiUiliill, llorncr. 
Harris, Towers. McCaiin, lla^e, LoiiK. 
Krnst, Medillen, IJnrke (22nd wardi. Mnel- 
hoeter. O lJru'n (2:id ward), McCormiek, 
Tiedoniann an<l Duidiam. 

Absents (nw. 



Aid. Campbell presented a list of Stand- 
ing Conunittees, and moved its adoi)tion. 

Aid. Cullerton ohjeeted to the presenta- 
tion of the list until after the new Council 
is fully orjranized, and the Mayor-elect 
inducted into oltice. 

After debate at the retpiest of Mayor 
Koehe, Aid. Campbell withdrew the "list 
temporarily. 



Mayor Eoche delivered the following 
message. 

CiTv OF Chicago, ) 
Mayor's Office, [ 
April 15,1889. ) 

To the City CoujiciL 

Gentlemen: The bonded indebtedness 
of the city .lanuary 1, 18Si4, was 812,501,500 
— 827,000 less than two years before: but the 
interest charge now is 8782,892— a reduction 
of 832,685, due to the issuance of four per. 
cent in place of matured seven per cent, 
bonds. Of the Water Fund 8875,280 is in- 
vested in school and sewerage bonds, draw- 
ing 835.011.20 interest, which goes to the 
credit of the fund. 

The receipts of the past year, exclusive 
of the balance December 31,' 1887. were 815, 
261,712,66, of which 82,262,181.74 came from 
licenses— an increase of 8210,659.98 in two 
years. 

The expenditures were 815,871,387.67. the 
excess being caused mainly by the con- 
struction of the lake and land tunnels and 
the payments on account of the new- pump- 
ing stations. The balance in the treasury 
December 31, 1888,^was 82.291,926.15. 

Up to the close of 1888, the Building 
Department was the only one that was self- 
sustaining. Beginning with this year, no 
appropriation will be required for the 
Special Assessment Department— the usual 
amount heretofore set aside for it being 
825.000— the expenses having been provided 
for by the addition of one per cent, to the 
cost "of improvements made by special 
assessments. 



The in<'onie of the municipality, owing t<» 
constitutional restrictiotis, is not siil1i< i»'nt 
l(» make llic piddic i III enients demanded 
by the growth of the city. Only by the 
lassage, with the emrrgency <'laiise, of the 
till exempting them fr<tm the two )»er cent, 
limitation, was it p<»ssib|e t«» secure money 
for the construction (»f sewers. This law, 
howe\er, will be (tperative for only two 
vears, but in that time my successor will 
have the benelil of al»ont 89ti3,(HK) more than 
was available during IKK7.S. 

The sanitary com!iti«in of the city has 
been satisfacoril> sustained, 'i'he death 
rate continues among the lowest of all the 
great cities of the world, iMtt withstanding 
the prevalence of di jtlit lieria here as 
throughout the entire country. The 'i"<'ne- 
ment lnspe<;tion Bureau has been active 
and successful in supervising honuts and 
places of labor, and an efhcieiit agent in 
elevating the sanitary spirit and demainis 
of the people. The experiment of owning 
the plant for the p(;rformance of scavenger 
work was trii^d in the First Ward during 
the jtast y(;ar. The cost was slightly great- 
er than when done by contract, but the ser- 
vice .so much more satisfactorily performed 
that I approved the appropriation ext<?nd- 
ing it over the S'outh Division. This, in 
my opinion, is the proper ajid business-like 
metlKxl of doing this work. 

The receipts of the Department of Public 
Works last year, including the balance 
January 1, 1887. were 89,139,028.19, and the 
expenditures, counting rebates of over 81, 
700,000, 88,504,231.33. The receipts in 1888, 
from water rates were 81,557,116 78, and, as 
in the previous year, the cost of collection 
was reduced. In 1885-6 the collections were 
82.713,849.32 and the cost 4 1-5 per cent. In 
1887-8 they were 83.047,140.46, and thecost 
was 3.76 per cent. Notwithstanding the ex- 
cess of 8333,291 14, the cost of collection was 
reduced 1-3 of one per cent. 

The contracts made in 1887 for water tun- 
nels are being carried out, although it was 
predicted by many that it was impossible 
to run tunnels in that part of the city select- 
ed for their location. The work, however, 
has been successfully accomplished without 
material damage, and arrangements are 
about perfected to connect the new pump- 
ing station at Harrison street with the tun- 
nel runningfrom the Xorth Side. The new- 
land tunnel extends from Harrison and Des- 
plaines streets to Peck court, thence south to 
Park row, at which p"»int the lake tunnel be- 
gins. The latter has been extended to within 
ashort distance of the government break- 
water, where a shore inlet is being con- 
structed. The contract has been let for the 
crib to be placed four miles out in the lake, 
and provision made for an intermediate 
shaft, and there is little doubt that the en- 

I tire work will be completed within the time 
specified — two years. From Peck court the 

f land tunnel runs south to Fourteenth street 
and Indiana avenue, where the main pump- 
ing station will be. This section is already 

j finished. The most difficult work is the 
extension under the lake, but it is being 
done rapidly and successfully, and, from 



April 15,1 



1889. 



examinations made of the ground, it is ex- 
pected that there will be little trouble 
beyond the breakwater. 

The bill prepared by the Drainage Com- 
mission has passed the lower House of the 
l^fgislature. Should it pass the Senate, 
and be endorsed by the voters here, the 
way will be opened for water connection 
with the Mississippi valley, and Chicago be 
thus ffiven a permanent outlet for its sewage. 

A decisiou favorable to the city was 
given in the Lake front case over a year ago, 
but the matter is still in abeyance. The 
Illinois Central Railroad Company, which 
has the right to go to the United States 
Supreme Court, having failed thus far to 
perfect an appeal Owing to the inaction 
of the railroad company it is impossible to 
tell when the final adjudication will be 
made, but, from information at hand, the 
case is apt to get an early hearing when it 
reaches Washington. 

Little progress has been made in rapid 
transit, although two companies have been 
granted franchises— one on the south side 
and the other on the west side. Many 
schemes, however, have been presented to 
the City Council, some of them appearing 
to be merely speculative, parties asking for 
the passage of ordinances without much of 
a guaranty that they expect to build the 
roads. 



The opening and closing of 



bridges 



_ by 

telephone from a central office has been a 
success. The lighting of the river by 
electricity has given o-eneral satisfaction. 
The inauguration of the electric light 
system— the plant being located on the west 
side— and lights being placed in that por- 
tion of the city as well as on the south side, 
has met with approval, and a generous ap- 
propriation will permit a considerable ex- 
tension this year. 

From 1H79 to 1886, under the previous 
adminstration, eight bridges (two of them 
small ones over the canal) were constructed 
at an expense of $426,913.45, the city's por- 
tion being ,$320,452.09 and the railroads' 
$106,461.36. In 1887-8 six bridges were built 
at a cost of $440,992.76, the city paving $243,- 
797.04, and the railroads $197,195.72. During 
the eight years, from 1879 to 1886, inclusive, 
nine new viaducts were built, three old 
ones reconstructed, and addiitons made to 
another, at an expense of $1,305,733.30, the 
city's portion of which was $582,599.11, and 
that of the railroads $723,134.19. In 1888— 
the only year in which it was possible to do 
anything, as the law requires notice to be 
given the railroads in January — ten new 
viaducts were built and two old ones recon- 
structed, at a cost of $1,189,411.88, the rail- 
roads paying $968,256, 10 of this amount, and 
and the city only $214,155.78. So it will be 
seen that more was done in this direction 
in 1888 than from 1879 to 1886, inclusive, and 
tlie tax-payers saved $613,565.24 more. In 
other words, out of a total expenditure of 
$1,732,646.75, from 1879 to 1886, the city's 
portion was $903,051.20 and that of the rail- 
roads $829,595.55, while out of an expendi- 
ture of $1,623,404.64, in 1887-8, the railroads 



paid $1,165,451.82, 
952.82. 



and the city only $457,- 



The following is a list of the bridges and 
viaducts built in 1887-8, with the cost to the 
city and the amounts paid by the railroad 
companies. 

BRIDGES. 





City. 


Railroads. 


Total. 


Deering st 
Dearboru ' 
Eighteenth 
Jackson st. 

Slate st 

Wells st 


$ 27,014 42 
4,000.00 
4H,y46.34 
1 0,832,67 
32,973.61 




$27,044.42 
36.914.00 
62,788.06 

130.832.67 
32,973,61 

150,440.00 


$32,914,00 
13,841,72 




150.440 00 


Total- . 


S243. 797.04 


$197,195.72 


$440,992.^.6 


VIADUCTS. 




City. 


Railroads. 


Total. 


Ashland av 
Dearborn a 
Eighteenth 
Fifth av 


$23,723.71 
21.890.86 
4.659,20 


$65,399.86 
42,163.50 

107,443.39 
60,590.91 
73,739.44 
107,3OO.a 

48,139.00 

220,000.00 

167.869.61 
75,610.89 


$89,123.07 
63,554.36 

112,102.59 
60,590.61 

148,337,95 

107,300.00 

74,612.50 

220,000.00 

167,869.61 
75,610.89 


Jackson st. 
Polk st 


74,598.51 


Twelfth 6t 
e of bridge 
Twelfth ste 
of Clark st 
Thirty-fifth 
st 


26,473.50 




Western av 
Indiana St., 

rebuilt 

State St., le- 

built 




54,656.00 
8,654.00 




8,654.00 


Total... 




$214,155.78 


$968,256 10 


$1.189,411 8S 



These tables show comparatively the work 
done in 1885-6, the last two years of the pre- 
vious adminstration, and in 1887-8: 

BKIDGES AND VIADUCTS. 



1879 to 1886. 

Bridges 8 

Viadiicts 9 



1887 and 1888. 

Bridges 6 

Viaducts 10 



STREETS PAVED. 



1885,. 
18861 



Miles. 

— 38 
...43.7 



1887. 
1888. 



Miles. 
...36.7 
...54.3 



81.7 



STREETS CLEANED. 



1885. 
1886. 



Miles. 

.2,6731/2 
-3,415/2 

6,089 



1887. 
1888. 



91 



Miles. 
..4.123 
..5,739 



PLANK SIDEWALKS. 



Recon- 
struct- 



New 
Miles 
1885.31.7 
1886.39.9 



ed. Repa'd 
Miles Miles 
80 2 
75.0 



43.8 
41.7 



New. 

Miles 
1887-42.5 
1888.37.1 



9,862 



Recon- 
struct- 
ed. Repa'd 
Miles Miles 



127.1 
147.2 



36.30 
123.7 



74.6 155.2 85.5 



79.6 274.3 160.0 



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17 


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369.1 




noUSK I)U/<^NS. 








».4'2U 






6.823 




13<7«6 


16,252 




CATCH BASINS. 




18S5 


7% 1K87.. 


...7r,6 


188B 


734 1888 


816 




1,530 


1,572 




MAN- HOLES 




1885 


854 1887 


005 


188tj 


7-^3 18.-8 


674 




1,577 


1,279 




ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 




1885 


1887 


105 


1886 


^. 1888 


...182 






287 




GAS LIGHTS. 




1885 


...876 1887 


....-.--1,542 


1886 


1,417 lt88 


2,076 




2,293 - , 


3,618 




OIL LIGHTS. 




1885 


...1,161 1887 


525 


1886 


769 1888 


2.184 



1,930 

WATER PIPE. 



1885. 
1886. 



.291/2 
.361/2 



1887. 
1888. 



2,709 



.441/2 



HOUSE SERVICE PIPES. 



1885. 
1886. 



.6,555 
.8,083 



1887 8.807 

1888 10,089 



14,638 



18,897 



FIRE HYDRANTS. 



1885. 
1886. 



....375 1887.. 549 

.^-438 1888 519 



811 



1,068 



At the commencement of the school yesn, 
1886-7, there were 83,022 pupils enrolled in 
the public schools, the daily average mem- 
bership being 65,812. As the number of 
seats were only 76,875, 8,371: children could 
attend only half-a-day. The addition to the 
seating capacity in 1887-8, omitting that of 



llir iMiildin;; oitnicd in IH87, |)rior to Scj)- 
tciiibcr. was iicarl.N 7, (MM). TIktc arc now 
under conlracl two schools, the aichjlcct i.s 
drawing! phins lor lour more, and the ("oiiii- 
<'il has (trdcrcd the erection ol another, and 
the addition of two winys to om; of tin; 
present l»Mildin>,'s. At the cIohc of thi.s 
year tln-re will he H,{HVi more .seats, making 
over ir),(MH» added within three yeans or a 
t<»tal (tf over '.»:),(MM» ample to give every 
child that ma.\ he enr<»!lc(| a seat, and thn.s 
doing away in large part with lh(!"doid)le 
<livlsions," and peimitting all scliolars to 
att<!nd school a whole day. The total num- 
ber of children ol school ag(! in th(^ <'ity, 6- 
16 vears, according to the; last censijH, was 
112,21)3. Of these 52,<)H7 wen; in j)rivat(M>r 
parochial school.s. So it will he scjmi that 
at th(M;lose of lh(! jneseiit yiiar tln^ will he, 
room in the puhlic schools, allowing for the 
natural iiu-rease, for every child in tlu' city 
whose parents oi' guard ians wish to give it 
a preliminary educali(m. The rec(Mj)ts of 
lli(^ Jiuilding l)e|)art UK^nt last year were 
.^23, 879. 10— a few dollars mon; than tin; 
(!Xi)enditures. 'J'Ik; total number of build- 
ings erected was l,i<58, having a frontg<' of 
116,119 feet, and costing .^20,3W,800. 

The Fire Department has maintained its 
reputation for efticieiicy. 

Tlu! Police Department is in good condi- 
tion. The drunkards, drones and incompe- 
tent men having been weeded out, and the 
force is doing excellent service. The change 
for the better is apparent to every uni)rej- 
udiced person. A fact of which the people 
are not generally aware is that prior to the 
fall of 1887 there was not a sinj^le police- 
man on beat anywhere in the city from 4 
to to 6 o'clock, the time w'hen most of the 
burglaries used to be committed, and none 
outside of the business district until after 
7 a. m. A new system of traveling beat has 
been introduced and more protect ion is now 
given to life and property — as much as can 
be given by the number of patrolmen avail- 
able for the large area to be covered. 

Several new stations have been erected 
and others provided for this year which 
will give good accomodations to the 
entire department. One of the improve- 
ments is the neAv head quarters in 
the City Hall. The force now num- 
bers 1,255, the addition this year being 
only 72, on account of the lack of funds. 
The number of cases prosecuted last year 
was $50,132, and the amount of tines 
imposed .?305,176, of of which $79,032.05 was 
collected. The patrols responded to 31,107 
alarms, and made 23,772 arrests The stated 
value of property reported stolen was $222,- 
249.78, and that of the property recovered 
$193,141.67, or 86 per cent. No department 
in the country can make a better showing. 
The suppression of public gambling, aside 
from its general good effect, has stopped 
stealing by trusted employes, who patron- 
ized the houses when open. I have been 
unable to learn of a single case of embez- 
zlement from employers', due to gambling, 
since January 18ft7 — a frequent occurrence 
prior to that time. Can any unbiassed per- 
son justly claim that there has not been a 



April 15,J 



5 



[188&. 



general improvement in the moral atmo- 
sphere of Chicago? The Mayor of a city 
like this, if disposed to do his duty, has to 
constantly fight interests which demand a 
"wide open" policy, and any other is cer- 
tain to provoke conflicts and make enemies, 
who, being powerful in politics, and gener- 
ous with money easily gotton, control a 
great many votes at elections, while thous- 
ands of good citizens who favor good govern- 
ment are indifferent about the result. 

The number of volumes in the public 
library is 188,902, the accessions during the 
past year bring 9,588. It is now the third in 
rank of the public libraries of the country. 
The daily circulation was 2,311, an increase 
of 4 7-10 per cent. According to the last re- 
port there were 15,-362 book borrowers, and 
the number of persons holding cards is 80,- 
745. The visitors to the new reading room 
were 237,357 and the average number Sun- 
day was 392. 

The receipts at the House of Correction 
were :^58,912.19, and the expendiures, in- 
cluding ."$51,298.29 on construction account, 
fl37,820.09— a larger sum for 1887, owing 
mainly to the number of prisoners being 
greatly in excess of that of any former 
year. Part of the increase is also due to the 
purchase of clay for bricks, the source of 
supply within the grounds of the institution 
having been exhausted. Under the changed 
system of the labor the receipts continue to 
be less than they would have been under the 
contract system^ ' The total number of pris- 
oners received during the year was 10,717, 
and the number remaining, December 81, 
1888, was 837. 



The following tables show the cost of the pub- 
lic improvements in the different wards during 
the last twoyeers, all having been paid for. 

FIKT WAKD. 



Bridges and viaducts $ 494 411.66 

Buildings ! 10,979.00 

Streets c9U,722.08 

Water pipes 7,402.22 

hire hydrants 292.53 

Water service pipes 2,056.14 

Fire cisterns 1,870 00 

Catch basins . 4,772.03 

Electric lights 42,450 77 

Gas lights 4,169.00 

Plank sidewalks 1 4,882.85 

Stone sidewalk 1,963.50 

Total spent in First Ward $ 965,471.78 

SECOND WARD, 

Bridges and-viaducts $ 290,802.73 

Water works and tunnels ._. 190.124..58 

Streets . 80,836.62 

Grading and ditching 400.00 

Water pipe 883.80 

Fire hydrants 174.43 

Water service pipes 3,680.24 

House drains 119.44 

Wing sewers 30.60 

(■atch basins _ . 476.56 

Gas lights 2,104.00 

Plank sidewalks 6,352.87 

Stone sidewalks . 26,086.24 



Total spent in Second Ward $ 602,572.11 



THIRD WARD. 



Buildings $ 99,926.50 

Streets 122,113.30 

Grading and diiChing 400.00 

Fire hydrants 1.54.58 

Water service pipes 1,527.82 

Sewers « 464.10 

Wing Sewers ... 69.84 

Catch Basins 792.45 

Man-holes 101.00 

House drains 744.65 

Gas lights 2,390.00 

Plank sidewalks 5.108.71 

Stone sidewalks 24,501.65 



Total spent in Third Ward $ 258,297.60 

FOURTH W VRD. 

Viaducts $ 83,931.80 

Buildings 15.606.00 

School site 4,000.00 

Streets 208 712.49 

Grading and ditching l.OOO.UO 

Water pipe 12,374.26 

Fire hydrants 1,956.85 

Water service pipes 11 495.90 

Sewers 12,843.42 

Wing Sewers 440.94 

Catch basins 3,294.64 

Man-holes 2.080.00 

House drains 8.802.50 

Gas lights 5,699.37 

Plank sidewalks 15,5.59.67 

Stone sidewalks 21,308.87 

Total spent in Fourth Ward $ 408,109.71 

FIFTH WARD. 

Buildings $ 74.218.45 

Streets 144,603.48 

Grading and ditching 4,650 00 

Water pipe 6,690.13 

Fire hydrants 970.20 

Water e^ervice pipes 5,894.54 

Sewers 7,122.77 

Wing sewers 499.82 

Catch basins 1,950,47 

Man-holes 910.00 

House drains 7,439.71 

Gas Lights 6,368.50 

Oil lights 1,291.45 

Plank sidewalks 7,478,34 



Total spent in Fifth Ward $ 270,086.86 

SIXTH WARD. 

Bridges and viaducts $ 97,457.01 

Buildings 110,758.31 

School sites 4.400.00 

Streets 178,373.61 

Grading and ditching 10,300.00 

Water pipe 34.827.57 

Fire hydrants 3,733.65 

Wat;er service pipes 36,671.86 

Wing sewers 3,304.86 

Sewers .SO.1 66.44 

Catch basins 10,430.87 

Man-holes 8,484,00 

House drains ^ 27,180.35 

•Gas lights 8,973.00 

Oil lights 4.219.20 

Plank sidewalks 17,631.88 



Total spent in Sixth Ward S 576,412.61 

SEVENTH WARD. 

Building $ 59,061.75 

Streets . 98,842.54 

Grading and ditching 3,700.00 

Water pipe 1,078.59 

Fire hydrants...... 319,75 



April ir.,I 



6 



(1889. 



Wiitor Korvico piixw 2,ft^.W 

( 'arrli hiiHlliH i:t".7l 

lloiiKi. <lraiiiH :».HH».:U 

(ii.M liulitt 2,hh:a\ 

Oil li^lit<i ''l-rfl 

iMfuik hmIuwhUn n.mrj 

To! Ill H^i.iif ill Seventh WnnI $ 1H2,Mi7.2I 

KIOIITH W 

Mi.il.nnk'H S Wl.'JHl.On 

Sfli.M.I Mite •J»5.4.'(HK» 

Str.'.tH Ktii.Hl.Mi 

(iniiliiiK Hud «Jiti;lilnR I 7(M».(m 

\V»itt<r pip»' 

Virv liydrants ;«l,r)7 

Wal*^ Hervice pipee 7,4»'>H.:{ii 

S««wor» r.l:{.2:. 

Win« wwere 

('«icli biisins 7h»l.0> 

Man-lioleH ir)«».llll 

HouH»« tirains 4,riir».l2 

(iaH liKhtw... 2,imA() 

Oil linlitH 4r»7.r»u 

IMaiik hulewalks r)/,:{().3J 



Total spent in Eighth Ward S 2«:i.847.73 

NINTH WARD. 

Rridses and viaducts S 13,r.22.21 

Street,^ -- — 3f31,«.W.;W 

(Trading and ditching 2.i'.0.W 

Water pipe 11,012.70 

Fir.? hydrants.. l,fit»3.Hl 

Water service pipes lM.o7y.94 

Sewers 10.k9s.»55 

Wing sewers 156.78 

Catch basins l,4fi.i.09 

Manhole.s 1,534.(0 

House drains ll.45H.57 

Gas lights 6.772.13 

Oil lights 667.45 

Plank sidewalks 9,2-4.6*5 



Total spent in Ninth Ward -S 451.794.35 



TENTH W.AED. 

Buildings $ 153.127 75 

School sites.. 7,600.00 

Sireets 400,999.94 

Grading and ditching 9.700.00 

Water pipe 132.7?6.76 

fire hydrants 9.173.26 

Water service pipes 43,020.75 

Sewers 53.3S7.li6 

Wing sewers 1.779.35 

Catch basins 8,234 4-8 

Manholes 5.486.00 

Hou.-e drains ... 24.55s.60 

Gas lights 17,115.49 

Oil lights 5.43 J.S7 

Plank sidewalks 80,398.75 



Total for Tenth Ward .? 902.749.28 

ELEVENTH W-A.RD. 

Viaduct S 89,125 07 

Building .* 65,196.1.5 | 

Streets 110,614.22 : 

Gading and ditching 1.2lX).00 j 

Water pipe 4.772.13 I 

Fire hydrants 762.66 I 

Water service pipes 5,680.22 

Sewers 2,350,99 I 

Wing sewers 121.25 

Catch basins 1.6S8.H0 ! 

Man-holes 286.00 

House drains 3.348.68 

Electric lights 12.-543,60 

Ga3 lights 3,095.37 



l lunk Hidf<wHlkii I1,H9:{,3.H 

HtoMK hidewnlkH l.OlSJ.tf? 

TmI.iI Mpcrit in lll. vi'nih Ward .$ 3i:j.700.14 

TWKI.KTH W.\UI>. 

HiiihIingH ^ 42,1*91. r.t 

Si-hool Hiti'H H^KMI.KI 

Strt'i'tH :ni.(i5M.75 

(iradiiig and ditchioR 10.9.',(i.l)0 

NVa'cr pii)eH liXtl'.i.lH 

Firo tijdrandlft 4. .",97.77 

Water HHfviie pipeit . 41,115.37 

HewHrH._ ^l.H.Mj.II 

Wing Hewe»{H . 1.517,99 

Catch baHitiH H.W22,45 

IIouKC drains 24.625,75 

Man-holPB 5 51-.i.(»i 

(inn lights 9.65».Oti 

Oil lights 1.52Jt.:ix 

Plank Hidewalks 33.«2,'>.62 

Total spent in Twelfth Ward . S 640,8.59,94 

THIRTEENTH W.KHI>. 

Viaduct S 7.5.610.89 

Building _ 11,(J(IM)0 

St reet 8 1 39,653.27 

Grafling and ditching ll,ln).(Ji» 

Water pipe 3m. 435.45 

Fire Hydrants 5.117.86 

Water service pipes. 21.154.15 

Sewers 37.793.03 

Wing sewers.. 9()5..56 

Catch basins .S.327.44 

Man.holes.. 3.'276 (Ji) 

House drains 12,6k4.W 

Gas lights 6.2itt.25 

Oil lights 1.961.75 

Plank sidewalks 32.148.47 

Stone sidewalks 1,023.67 

Total spent in Thirteenth Ward. S 400.394,89 

FOURTEENTH WARD. 

Buildings .S 69,.569,79 

School sites 2.4yo.0O 

Streets . 12S.799.79 

Grading and ditching 10,100.00 

Water pipe 70,.582.49 

Fire hydrants 6.0H4.90 

Water service pipes.. 16.892.08 

Sewers 77,270.06 

Wing sewers 1,247.44 

Catch basins 4.482'67 

Man-holes 4,16(>.00 

House drains l'\426.20 

Gaslights 6.059.00 

Oil lights 1.826.45 

Piaak sidewalks 18.018.c3 

Total spent in Fourteenth Ward.S 431.869.40 

FIFTEENTH WARD, 

Buildings S 70.517.00 

Streets 62.840.34 

Grading and ditching 22.01)11.00 

Water pipe 1.53.911.25 

Firehydrats 18.01.47 

Water service pipes 2.5,039.34 

Sewers 41,835,12 

Wing sewers 204.21 

Catch basins 7.008.05 

Man-holes 4.148.00 

House Uraios 12.889.60 

Gaslights 5,4.59 00 

Oil lights 6.629.15 

Plank sidewalks 1.5,999.69 



Total spent in Fifteenth Ward..-^ 446,782.22 



April I5,J 



7 



[1889 



SIXTEENTH WARD. 

Streets $ 176.038.16 

Grading and ditching 4,900.00 

Water pipes 5,061.55 

Fire hydrants 507..^0 

Water service pipes • 5.2,50.96 

Sewers 5,417.95 

Wing: sewers 83.42 

Catch basins . 953.13 

Man-holes 884 .CO 

House drains 3,731.34 

Gas lights 5,559.28 

Oil lights 65.70 

Plank sidewalks 2,339,91 



Total spent in Sixteeath Ward.$ 210,792.90 

SEVENTEENTH WARD. 

Viaduct $ "54.656.00 

Streets 122.099.79 

Grading and ditching l.WO.OO 

Water pipe 2,792.25 

Fire hydrants 508.91 

lire cistern 170.00 

Water service pipes 3,677.16 

Sewers 1.3-U.04 

Wing sewers 157,14 

Catch basins ,5.54,41 

Man-holes 260 00 

House drains 1,661.20 

Electric lights 1.730.70 

Gaslights 1113.75 

Plank sidewa ks 9.040.70 



Total spent in Sevenfeenth Ward J 201 556.05 

EIGHTEENTH WARD. 

Bridges and viaducts $ 217,387.65 

Buildings . 209.035.84 

Streets 107,302.61 

Grading and ditching 900.00 

Water pipes 3,7.58.18 

Fire hydrants 460.04 

Water service pipes 2,031.50 

Sewers 1,593.43 

Catch basins 731.28 

Man-holes 364.00 

House drains . 448.00 

Electric lighls ,'i5,.564 02 

Gas Lights 2,207.(0 

Plank sidewalks 18.003.27 



Total speet in Eighteenth Ward..$ 599,816.82 

NINETEENTH WARD. 

Bridge $ 31.344.03 

Streets 92,.5.57.05 

Grading and ditching 1,100.00 

Water pipes 1,923.16 

Eire hydrants 175,94 

Water service pipes 994 15 

Sewers . 671.14 

Catch basins 746.25 

Man-holes 130.00 

Houee drains 2,484.14 

Electric Lights 5,761.06 

Gas Lights 1,776. .50 

Oil lights . 25.90 

Plank sidewalks 17,409.70 



Total spent in Nineteenth Ward..S 157,099.02 

TWENTIETH WARD. 

Buildings $ 21 400.00 

Streets 33,296.70 

Grading and ditching 6 200.00 

Water pipe 12,436.54 

Fire hydrants 1.333. ,59 

Water service pipes 12,775. ,52 

School sites 14,354.14 



Sewers 

Wing eewers 

Catch basins 

Man-holes, 

House drains 

Gas lights 

Plank eidewalks. 



9,683,99 
64.80 
1,611.01 
1,038.00 
9.517.00 
4,202.75 
6,103.00 



To al spent in Twentieth Ward-.$ 134,647.04 



TWENTY-FJRST WARD. 

Buildings $ 28,034.49 

Streets 124,0i'0.77 

Grading and ditching 2,200.00 

Water pipes 9,751.98 

Water service pipes 8,388.97 

Sewers 423.00 

Catch basins 635.72 

Man-holes 104 00 

Hoase drains 4,673.20 

Gas lights 1,867.00 

Plank sidewalks 2,.510.10 



$ 184,863.86 



TWj:NTY- SECOND WARD. 



Streets $ 145,884.41 

Grading and ditching 2,200.000 

Water pipes 7.877.01 

Fire hydrants 2.026.57 

Water service pipes 4,. 596 88 

Sewers 534.55 

Wing sewers 35.10 

Catch basins 923 98 

Man-holes 15P.00 

House drains. 2,909.95 

Gas Lights 1,708.-50 

Oil lights 260.10 

Plank sidewalks 3,139 81 

Stone sidewalks... 4,543.33 



.$ 176,796.19 



TWENTY-THIRD WARD. 

Bridge $ 37,610.00 

Building 12 000.00 

Streets 58,338.39 

Grading and ditching 2,000.00 

Water pipe 2,,537.01 

Fire hydrants...: 822.03 

Water service pipes 449.64 

Sewers 135 00 

Catch basins 269.35 

Man-holes 26.00 

House drains 247.10 

Electric lights 2,019,15 

Gas lights . 1,188.00 

Plank sidewalks 8,845.24 



$ 126,487-21 



TWENTY- FOURTH WARD. 

Bridges and viaducts $ 144,7-52,16 

Streets....: 114.417.37 

Water pipes 4,174 97 

Fire hydrants 597. .59 

Water service pipes 2,042.23 

Sowers 1,4,55.47 

Wing sewers 105.10 

Catch basins 2,462.46 

Man-holes 208.00 

House drains 299.20 

Electric lights 5,769.00 

Gas lights 1,401.00 

Plank sidewalks 753.45 

Stone sidewalks 35.448.96 

Total spent in Twenty-fourth 

Ward... $ 314,886, 



April i:., 1 



8 



11889. 



'I'lio Il|)|>t<llili'i| ((ililcM mIiiiw llm C.in i nf (lie pllli- 
lic iiiipi'Dvi'iiHUilH in I he I lin r di visioiiH: 

Noitrii nivisioN. 

UriilurH luiil vimiIiicIh \H'i,'M2.U\ 

HiiililiiiKH (L'.MMI.I't 

Ni'w H|i(»r'o i(i|i<l Mil 'HI)."! I 

Itioakwulor m(Miri(l ('rib I I'.t.diHl.lK) 

SlioolH imvo.l, .-(<• |H'.l,(li7.(ll 

Nt<\V SCllOul HilOH ................. I l.it'i 1. 1 i 

W/ilnr pipo ...... ;iti,777."il 

l''ir" hydraiilH O.Or.l.ll 

Wiil<>r Hcrvit'M pii oh 2H,'>rt'.\.,H 

ScwciH, caii-li l):iHiiiH au(i maQ>holo8. 

llouMo (liiiniH , I7,*i|(l.'jr) 

I'lh'ct ric linlitH 7.7HM.|r) 

(illH luiupH |(».l'(')7.jr» 

Oil ImiipH. . 'JliO.IO 

I'l'iiiU si.i.'WfiIkH 2l.:ir.i.r.() 

SloiMi hiiicwiilkH. :/.l,!t'.l'i.'i'.» 

Total six'iit ill Noiili Division ilj;!, 132,778.57 

SOUTH DIVISION. 

l?iM(lKt»s and viftduots $ <I72 ns 

Wafer works and (uncel (on accouul) lltD.TJI.ns 

HnildiiiKH --- ;n I , IH -.'ill 

Scliool Kites H.IOOO) 

(Streetri paved, etc 812.111. HH 

Water t)ipe i'AMlM 

Fira hydrants !t,l."i2 21 

Water service pipes (il ;'i2t),.'^)() 

Sewers, catch basins and man-holes. 82 7:i7.81 

House drainK.. i;'> 781). (51. 

Electric lights.. 42,4.50.77 

Gas lamps 24 02.') 00 

Oil lamps 

Plank sidewalks .'j(),821..5.5 

(Stone sidewalks 73,8)0. 2fi 

Total spent in iSouth Division... $2,775,1145 82 

WEST DITISION. 

Bridges and viaducis $ 478,000.45 

Pumping station and tunnel (on ac- 
count 284,535.84 

Buildings 57H,245.0t5 

New school sites Gl. 150.01) 

Streets paved, etc 2,315. 8(i3. 71 

Water pipe 500,034.37 

Fire hydrants 48.055.4 4 

Water service pipes 11^3,707.31 

ISewers, catch basins and man-lioles. 348 OH) 35 

House drains 116 U 1.63 

Electric lights ,55,.5W.38 

Gas lamps 6it..5U6.33 

Oil lamps 18,182.00 

Plank sidewalks 215,537.72 

Stone sidewalks 2,017.34 

Total spent in West divi=ion .$5,314,045.53 

STJMM.VRY OF WOIiK DONE IN 1887 8, WITH COST 
OF IMPROVEMENT. 

New waterworks, tunnels, crib, etc , 

(on account) • 474.660.42 

Protec.ion, old crib 1,9 OOO.OO 

North shore inlet 46,066.51 

Biidges, 6; viaducts, 10; viaducts le- 

built, 2 1,623.104.64 

Buildings— Schools 9: $574,503.01; ad- 
ditions and alterations, 3 scho"lp, 
§52,276.05; police stations 8, .>;r20- . 
866; addition to House of Correc- 
tion, $141,329.75; engine housps, 
4, $36,593, repair shops, 2, $24,- 

500 950,067.81 

New school sites 84,.::04.14 

Streets— 91 miles paved and 545 miles 

of grading and ditching 3,677,602.93 

Water pipe— 85 5-t) miles laid... 597,989.86 



l''ir(. l.y.lraiitH 1.0(58, and clMternu 1'2 (53,272.(>!» 

VVadT Hcrvicn pip(.H 1(5.2.52 2H3,287.0.'i 

H<'W<'rM, ;i() ', iiiil<iH;ratcli haHinH, l,r»72; 

man li..lr-s. I.275» 4r>2,17(5.'.K» 

MouKn driiiiiM |H,H9; 177,431. »y 

lOlnci nr lii>litH, 2H7, Inc'liulinK plant 

which will Hiipply 175 liKhiHtnoru 105,838.:{() 

Gum lampM 3,6|H |()3.H'.»H..5H 

Oil laiii|> 2.7(11) 21.2.53.35 

N.)w plank MidcwalkK- 7«'/j mi)oB 21(3.710.87 

Hloiio Kidr-svalkh 22?ii niilcH n5,81>l(.8« 

Total . S«.222,7»57.ir2 

Only hair the cohI of bridKeH in itlcliidHd, aH 
\m' I i vi-r in t li(» boundary. 

I II coiicliisioii, I desire to liiaiik the ("oiiii- 
sel for its lii'iirly eo-oiKMal ioti, shown hy 
tii(M-eiiiarkiil)l(! iiiel Ihat, with two excep- 
tions, all tlie stiK}^(^stiojis and iiKrasiinis i»re- 
seiited \>y iiK! (Iiiriii;^ my term of oflice 
received tlu; cordial sii))|)orl of your lionor- 
ahlc hody. 

JOH.N A. llCK'IIE, 

Mayor. 



The. Clerk present(!fl tlie ollicial bond of 
Mayor-elect Crejiier, in the penal sum of 
Icn'thoiisand (.3H),(MMlj dollars, willi Mar- 
sliall Field, Henry W. Kin«, William C. I). 
(Irannis, John O'Noill and Wiley M. E^'un, 
as sureties. 

Aid. Campbell moved that the bond be 
approved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

l^ca.s—Wlielan, Dixon (1st ward) Vierl- 
ing, Sumiuerfield, (iorton, Dixon (?.d ward ), 
]lei)biirn, Madden, Oelimen, Jlickey, J^>urke 
(Mh ward), O'Brien (tUb ward), Love, 
Murpbv, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
well, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Cami)bell, Mills, Landon, L> ke, Weinbardt, 
Jackson, Bowler. Byan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvibill. Horner. Harris. Bowers, 
McCann, Hage, Bong. Ern.st. Mcfiillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muclboefer, O'Brien 
(23d Ward), McCormick, Tiedeniann, Dun- 
bat n — 4H. 

IS ays— Nona. 

Roche, ex-Mayor, introdued iSIayor 
Cregier, who took the Chair and addressed 
the Council as follows: 

Gentlemen of the City Covncil: 
On the second day of May, 1837, Chicago 
became acitv and its first municipal officers 
were installed. The portrait of its first 
Mayor graces the walls of this chamber. At 
the hrst city election, according to the rec- 
ord, theae were only six wards, having in 
the aggregate a population of about 4,000. 
The total vote cast for officers was 709; the 
south division contributing 408; the north 
division 204, and the west division 97. To 
the Chicagoian of to day these statistics 
give force to the truth of the adage: ''From 
little acorns great oaks grow." fSince the 
municipal acorn was planted, fifty-two 
years have passed and notwithstanding the 
Vicissitudes of financial panics, desolation 



April 15,] 



9 



[1889. 



l)V flood and tin', iiotwitlistanding dis- 
coiirauing obstacles incident, to the niarch 
oftiinV, tlie acorn i)lanted lialf a century 
ago, nurtured by men of indomitable 
energy, devotion and confidence in Chicago 
lias developed into a grand and enduring 
oak, spreading its majestic branches over 
a metropolis containing- m<n-e than 850,000 
people— a growth and development without 
a parallel in the history of the world. 

As late as 1852, there were no public im- 
provements of note, no general water sup- 
ply, no system of drainage, but few paved 
streets, beyond plank, and comparatively 
few other pid^lic works. Since that date 
however, the march of improvement has 
kept pace with the demand of the great 
and growing metropolis of the west, as 
demonstrated by the character and magni- 
tude of the public improvements in our 
city at the close of last year. There were 
then in use nearly 700 miles of water pipes, 
ten miles of ^yater tunnels, .500 miles of 
sewers, o50 miles of paved streets, 1,000 
miles of sidewalks, 25,0<X» street lamps, 
ninety-eight school huiUlings twenty-one 
police stations, forty-niiu^ fiie department 
stations, seventy-six fiie apparatus, thirty- 
six swin,i»-bridges, tiiirty-three via- 
ducts, 900 miles of city telegraph 
wire, a public libary containing 14,000 
volunins, together with the City Jiall and 
numerous other public buildings. The 
bonded debt of the city is a little over .1?12,- 
500.000., the water debt less than $4,000,000., 
and ihe sewer debt about .D;2,500,000., 
making a total indebtness of about 19,000,- 
000. dollars. 

. The vast amount of public property above 
enumerated was paid for by the people and 
therefore belongs to the tax payers of Chi- 
cago. 

By tlie sutirages of the people, you, gen- 
tlemen of the City Council, have been 
chosen as their representatives. To you and 
to the executive brancli of the city govern- 
ment is confided the control and "the man- 
agement of the great trust. Of protecting 
the varied and important interests of the 
Xiublic at large. 1 do not presume to in- 
struct this Council in their duties but I may 
be permitted to say, that each and every 
member of this body is an Alderman of the 
whole city, and being such, his voice and 
and vote will doubtless be exercised in be- 
half of the best interests of the entire com- 
munity. 

1 have beenp called upon to discharge the 
duties of mayor. With a full measure of 
appreciation of the great honor conferred, 
and the implied confidence reposed in me 
by my fellow citizens, I am the more sensi- 
ble of the grave responsibilities and exact- 
ing duties of the task assigned me. I there- 
fore assume the grave trust with diffidence, 
but with a sincere determination to see to it 
that the affairs of the city are administered 
with justice and economy, that order is 
maintained, that citizens of all classes shall 
be secured in their just and lawful rights. 

It will be demanded from every servant of 
tlie people that they shall keep within the 
legitimate scope of their duty, in the per- 



formance of whi(l'h economy, integrity, 
faithfulness and industry in the public in- 
terest are absolutely essential. These are 
the paramount objects in view. To these 
purposes 1 shall apply myself with all the 
strengtli and ability with which I am en- 
dowed; and while keeping In view that 1 
am the servant of the whole people, ani 
that though elevated for a time to a high 
and honorable station by fellow citizens, I 
shall not forget the fact that 1 was elevated 
by them. 

"The drainage bill now pending before the 
General Assembly of our state compre- 
hends an undertaking of great magnitude, 
involving the expenditure of vast sums of 
money. It is generally conceded that a 
])ermanent and adecpiate plan for the dis- 
posal of the sewage of this city will be re- 
(piired as soon as it can be provided. I am 
not sufficiently familiar with the details of 
the bill in (pieslion to discuss its merits at 
this time. 1 take it for granted, however, 
that its provisions have been carefully con- 
sidered by competent and reliable citizens 
and legislators. I am informed that tlie 
measure, at a i)roper time, will come before 
the people directly interested, for their ap- 
proval. Then an 'opportunity will be af- 
fortled for further and more deliberate 
consideration of its merits. 

Rapid transit within the limits of (mr city, 
and cheap fares, are a necessity ottlie time. 
The artisan, the laboring men and their 
families, indeed all classes of our citizens 
will be benefitted by ample and comfortable 
facilities of transit from homes to business, 
and from business to homes. Keal estate 
will rise in value, and business will be in- 
creased. In granting franchise for any 
purpose such liberality should be exercised 
on the ])art of the city as will induce a 
generous invi'stment of capital in tlie en- 
terprise, but at the same time every safe- 
guard should be thrown around such grants, 
so that the people shall receive the fullest 
benefit and pj-otectioii. 

The police and fire departments are the 
branches of the public service upon which 
we mainly rely for protection to life and 
property. They should be substantially 
free from the mutations and influence of 
politics. Personal merit and rigid compli- 
ance with the essential rules of the depart- 
ment should be the main passport to either 
service, and the retention and pronvotion 
should be the reward of duties efficiently 
performed. Everything in our power sliould 
be done to foster and encourage our marine 
commerce. Its importance to our city can- 
not be overestimated. ' Our facilities now 
are too limited to meet the demand; the 
river is crowded and the water is shallow. 
The difficulties of handling vessels in the 
river, and the delay m passing the bridges 
are calculated to interfere with this great 
interest. A grand harbor on our lake shore 
would not only meet the present and grow- 
ing wants of Chicago in this regard,- but 
would be the means of ultimately doing 
away with the swing bridges in the heart of 
the great metropolis containing a million 
people. / 



April 



10 



Kdiiciilioiial liu ilitirs. wiil<T di iiiimur, 
iiii|u<>\ stHTlM and lii^lil . coiislitiilr sniiu' 
ol ilic iiMHc iiiipoilniil rh'iiM'iils ol a wril 
onirn'd coimimiiil N . TIm'sc piiltlir in-crssi- 
fii'S which air mure <ti- less hu'kiiiy; in 
iniiiH'idiis parts ol the < it \ . w ill rtM-rivc (Ini' 
.ittciil inn. Wr iiffd not map out a parti<Mi- 
lar course ol ai'l ion. \Vr prt'lci- lo snhniit 
work prrlornM-d rallit-r than proniisrs 
1»\ nn'ii. 

(ii'idlrnii'ii. I led that tin- co-opcral ion ol 
the h'ui.slativr hrandi ot lh«' city <j;<|V('rn- 
iiMMit is t'ssfiitial to cnahlc the cxt'ciitix t^) 
succcsslnlly enforce and maintain «j:oo(I 
m»vernnn'iit. 

1 therotore look lor that cordial and iii- 
ti'lli^ent snppoi t l iom > (inr honorahle hody, 
wtiicli sliall make (tnr adminsl rat ion an 
honorable ami elVicient one. 

Termit me to refer to tlie fact that the na- 
tion is npon the evi' (d Cclehratiny its cen- 
tennial. On tiu' mh day of April, IT8<.«, th(^ 
orij^inal 1"> states wore elirolU'd as an inde- 
pendent nation. Tlie iUUli day of the pres- 
ent montli is the anniversary of the intorest- 
inj> event. 

We, as American citizens, cannot fail to 
inspired l)y the glorious memories of the 
l)ast, and also to feel profoundly jrratefiil 
that we are permitted to enjoy the rights 
and privilejies vouehsafed by the constitu- 
tion of oiir free, united and prosperous re- 
j)nblic. Tlie i)atriotisni of the ])eople of 
Chicago is a sutfleient guarantee that the 
anniversary of the nations birthday will be 
fittingly recognized and properly celebrateci 
in our citv. To the l(»fty declarations of 
the Fourtli of July, 1776, and the inaugura- 
tion of the innnor'tal Washington in 1789 as 
the representative of these declarations of 
freedom and eiiuality before the law we may 
ascribe the progress and developnu'ntof our 
conanon country, which is practically il- 
justrated in the growth of this matchless 
city of Chicago, whose march, let us hope, 
will continue onward and upward, until 
she reaches the summit of her destiny, viz: 
The most progressive and energetic city 
in the w(u*ld. 

DkWiTT C. ClilOGlEK. 

His Honor, the Afayor, submitted the 
f ol lovy i n g co m m u n i cation : 

Mayok's Office^ ) 
Chicago, April 15, 1889. ) 

To the City Council : 

Gentlemen: By virtue of the power con- 
ferred upon me by law 1 have made the 
following appointrnents, and respectfully 
ask the concurrence of your honorable body 
therein: Comptroller, William J. Onahan: 
Corporation Counsel, Jonas Hutchinson: 
Commissioner of Public Works, William 
H. Purdy. 

DeWitt C. Cjseoiek, 
Mayor. 

Aid. Dixon moved that the appointments 
1)6 concurred in. 



The motion prevailed b\ and nayH 

as follows: 

\nis Whelan. Dixon ' 1st ward i, \ ier- 
ling, .Siinimcrlicid, (iorlon, Dixon t'.Ud 
ward I. Ili pfnirn, .Madden, Oehmen. Hii-key. 
liurke iTtth ward I. D'llrien (t'tlli wani i, 
I.o\e. .NhirpliN. D\(»ral--. linnker, Cnllertor', 
IJidwill, W'allner. .Mcl']nern\. |'(md, Kent, 
( ampbell. Mill.w, i,and«tn, !.\ k^, Wejnhardl, 
.lackson. How Icf. |{\an. Kowalski. Ibuii, 
^'oung, .MnKlhill. Ilornei-. iiariis. I'ewers, 
.McCann Ila-ic Lony. i-lrnst. .Mc(;il|en, 
Burke I LJ'jImI waid i, .M ucllioefer. 0"lirien 
t'.ird waid I. .McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham IS. 

\<tlfs .None. 



The Clerk pn'.senteil the oflicial bond ol 
I Wm. J. Onahan as Cit\ Comptroller, in tlu; 

])enai sum of one hundred thousand dollars, 
I with John Cudahy. I'atiick H. Kice, D. 
j Dnunner and Francis A. Holfman, Jr., as 

stireties. 

A Id. Campbell moved that the bon<l be 
apj)roved. 

The motion prevaiN'd by yeas and na.\sas 
follows: 

Yeas — Whelan. Dixon i 1st ward i, Vier- 
ling, Summerlield, (iorton. Dixon (;}rd 
ward), He])burn, Madden, Oeiimen, Hickey, 
liurke (6th ward), O'Bric'ii i6th ward), 
JjOVc. Murphy. D\orak. J>iinker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill. Waliner. McEnerny, Pond. Kent, 
I Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke. Weinhardt^ 
Jackson. Bowler, Byan, K(»walski. Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner. Harris. I'owers,. 
Mc(,'ann, Hage, J^ong, Krnst. Mc(;illen, 
Burke (22nd ward). Mueihoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 48. 

Nays — None. 



The Clerk i)resented the official bond of 
Jonas Hutchinson as Corporation Counsel in 
the penal sum of five thousand dollars, w ith 
Charles Kern, William Best and W. E.. 
Poulsen as sureties. 

Aid. Dix(m moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follow s: 

Yeas — Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vier- 
ling, Summerfield, (xorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Mad-den. Oehmen, Hickey 
Burke (6tli wardj O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love. Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, W^allner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke W'einhardt, 
.fackson. Bowler. Ryan, Kowalski. Horn, 
Young. Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst McGillen, 
Burke (22nd wardj, Mueihoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward ), McCormick, Tiedemann. Dun-t 
ham— 48. 

Nays — None. 



April 15, 1 



11 



{im. 



The Clerk presented the official bond of 
W. 11. Piirdy as Commissioner of Pnhlic 
Works, in tile penal sum of litty thousand 
dollars, with William C. I). Grannis and 
Kobert Meadowcraft as sureties. 

Aid, Dixon moved that tlie bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as folktws: 

Fears'— Whelan, Dixon, (1st ward, Yier- 
lin<r. Summerfield, Gorton Dixon. (3rd 
ward I Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen, 
Ilickey, Burke. (5th ward) O'Brien, {6U\ 
ward) Love, Murphy, Dvorak. Bunker, 
Cullcrti n, Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Ivyke, Weinhardt. Jackson, Bowler. Ryan, 
Kowalski, llorn. Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McCillen, Burke, (22nd ward) 
Muelhoefer, O'Brien, (23rd ward) Mc- 
Cormick, Tiedemann, Dunham. 



The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Franz Amberg, as City Clerk, in the penal 
sum of live thousand dollars, with Jacob 
Cross and C. Herman Plautz, as sureties. 

Aid. Campbell moved that the bond be 
approved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerlield, (lorton, Dixon (3d 
ward) Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6t]i ward), O'Brien (6tli ward"), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, CuUerton, 
Bidwill. Wailner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke. Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski. Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner. Harris. Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long. Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, 0,Brien 
(23d ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham — 48. 

Nays—l^one. 



The Clerk presentcid the official bond of 
(ieorge E. Sugg, as city attorney, in the 
penal sum of five thousand dollars, with 
Mathias Cossmann and William J. Mayer, 
as sureties. 

Aid. Burke (22nd ward), moved that the 
bond be approved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Wlielan, Dixon (1st ward),Yier- 
lihg, Summerlield, Gorton, Dixon (3d 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke ( 6tli ward ) , O' Brien, ( 6th ward ) Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wailner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke 
Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan. 
Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvi- 
hill, Horner, Harris, Powers, Mc- 
Cann, Hage, Long, Ernst, MsGillen, Burke 



22nd ward). Muelhoefer, O'Brien, (23d 
war<l), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham — 4S. 
Nays — None. 



The Clerk ]U'esented the official bond of 
Bernard Roesing, in the penal sum of ten 
million dollars,' with George Schneider, 
Charles B. Farwell, Abner Tavlor, William 
C. D. Grannis. John J. Mc(4rath. William 
H. Bradley, Walter L. Peck, William R. 
Page. Adoli)h Loeb. John R. Walsh, El- 
bridge G. Keith, Edson Keith, Gilbert S. 
Shaw. T. W. Harvey, Ferd. W. Peck and 
Benjamin 11. Campbell, as sureties. 

Aid. Dixon moved that the bond be 
approved. 

The motion prevaihul by yeas and nay s 
as follows: 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon (Istwani), Yier- 
ling. Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Ilejiburn, Madden, Oehmen, Ilickey, 
Burke (titli ward), O'Brien ((ith ward). 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak. Bunker, Culllerton, 
Bidwell, Wailner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent^ 
Campbell, Lamhm, Lyke, Bowler, Ryan, 
Kowalski. llorn. Young. Mulvihill. Horner, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd w^ard). Muel- 
hotfer, O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham — 45. 

Nays— 'Sow.. 



Aid. Campbell called up the list of Com- 
mittees which had been temporarily ijost- 
poned, and moved its adoption. 

Aid. Cullerton moved as a subs titute that 
a Committee be appointed by the Chair, 
consisting of two Republicans, two Demo- 
crats and His Honor the Mayor, whose 
duty it shall be to prepare a list of stand- 
ing committees for this Council, and sub- 
mit the same to this boily at its next 
regular meeting. 

After debate, Aid. Hepburn called for the 
previous ([uestion on the whole subject 
matter, and the call was sustained by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Dixon, (1st ward) Yierling, Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon, (3rd ward) Hep- 
burn, Madden, Love, Bidwill, Wailner, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon^ 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Bowler, Kow^alski, llorn, 
Harris, Hage, Burke, (22nd ward) Tiede- 
mann, Dunham — 25. 

iSTa/jys.— Whelan, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke, 
(6th ward) O'Brien. (6th ward) Murphy, 
Dvorak, 13unker, Cullerton, McEnerny, 
Jackson, Ryan, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
Powers, McCann, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), McCor- 
mick— 23. 

The question then being on the substitute 
of Aid. Cullerton, it was lost by by yeas 
and nays as follows. 

Yeas— Whelan, Oehmen, Hicke.v, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), Murphy, 



l>\(>i;ili. Illllikcr. (llllt'iloii. Me I'jici II \ . 

.1 iirlxsii II, K'miii, ^'(lllll^. M iil\ iliill, lluriit-r, 

I'uwtrs. Mr(';uill. I,n|i;i. l-'jlisl. M «•( i i I It'll . 

M ih'lliuiVcr. ()"l>iitii i"j:'.r<| waidi. McCoi- 
lliirk 'J.'!. 

.V<((/N |)i\(iii I |>l ward I. \' icrliii;;, Siim- 
iiii>rH(>l(l. (iorioii, Dixon i:!i-<| ward). Ilcp- 
Itiiiii. Maddni, IJidwill. W'allncr, 

ToikI. Kent. CaiiiplM'lL Mills. Laiidoii. 
I,\ Ur. W'ciiiliaidl, llow Irr. I<»»\val.ski, Morn, 
Harris. Ilai;r. Ilnrkc CJ-ind wardi. 
Miick, rirdriiiaiiii I >nnliaiii 'J.'>. 

Aid. ( ' II I Icil on cailfd lor Hit- rcadiiiuol' 
thf list. 

So <n"dt'i('d. 

'I'lic i|nt'sli(ni then rci-iirriny on fiu' mo- 
tion of Aid. Cainpltcll to adopt tin' list, it 
prrv ailcd 1)\ yeas and na\ s as tollftws: 

)'t iis Dixon (1st ward I. N'it^rlin;;. Sinn- 
MMMlicld. (lorlon, Dixon i:>rd ward). H<']»- 
luirn. Madden, Lonc, liidwill. Wallncr. 
i'ond. Kent. Caniplxdl, Mills, Landon. 
L.\ kc, W'cinliardI . IJowlcr. Kowalski. 
Horn. Harris. ll;i<i«', Bnrkc (2Li!M[ 
ward I. ''IM^'dcniann. Dunham— 25. 

A><i/.s' -Wlielan, Ocluncn. Hickey. Burk(! 
(tithward). O'lirioii (t^tli w ard j. Mnrpliy, 
Dvorak. Knnker. Cnllerton, McEnerny, 
Jackson. Ityan, Yonn^. iMnlviliill, IJorner. 
Powers. ^fcCann. Lonj;. Krnst. McXiillen. 
^[iiellioeter. O'Hrieii (2)) ward) MeCoiniiek, 
— 

.\U\. Dixon moved to reconsider the v()t(^ 
hist taken. 

Aid. Cnllerton moved to lay the motion 
oil the table. 

Tlie motion prevailed. 

The tol lowing is a list of Standing Com- 
*iiuttees as adoi)ted: 

T.IST OF COMMITTEES FOIJ 1889. 

F hi (I n c€ :— Dixon (1st ward), Campbell, 
Tiedeniann, Landon, Cnllerton. Ernst, 
liorner. 

Juduiary .■—Harris, Summerlield, Mad- 
den, Horn, ^NEcEnerny, Ryan, O'Brien (2Brd 
ward). 

Schools ;— Pond, Mills, Dixon ( 3rd ward), 
Powers, McGillen, Oelimen, Muelhoefer. 

Bailroads :~iiQrton, Dixon (1st ward). 
Tiedeniann, Lyke, Eidwill, Horn, Horner! 

Fire and rFate)-.— Ly lie, Hep burn, Dnn- 
ham, Kent, Ernst, Whelan, Mulviliill. 

Gas Oil and Electric Light :— Horn, Pond, 
Bidwill. Yierling. Burke (Otli ward). Me- 
Corniiek. Young. 

Health and Countij Relations :~R?ige. 
Dunham, Sumnierfield, Bowler, Wlielan, 
Cnllerton, Long. 

Public Bu ildings .--KowaisM, Hage, Dixon 
(3rd ward), Weinhardt, Hickey, Dvorak, 
Kyan. 



12 . [1880 



I'Hrrl iniix : Lo\f, (iorloii. Knikc f22nd 
ward I, Mc I'liM-rncv . Ocliiucii. Iliirkc itMli 
\N aid I. M iii pli > . 

SlrrrlH tnul Aliens Suiilh : llcplniin, 
Dixon list ward I. Vicrling, Dixon i.'Jrd 
\\ aid ) . Ocli iiicii, I'.iirkc idtli ward). 

i<lnrl.s (I lid Allrj/s, W'rxl : ( 'aiiiphcll, 
Landon. l.o\c, Itiinkcr. liidwill, W'allncr. 
Kent . .Iacks(ni. Uow Icr. Kowalski. Harris, 
Miil\ ihill. fowco. 

SIrirls mill Alh ifs, A'o/7/( .• - -Ti<'dcmaiin, 
Mriist. Ilagc, i;iirkci22nd wardi. O'Hrieii 
I 2;Jrd w ard i. 

I'liliii .- IJidwill. Kowalski. WcinhardI 
.Madden. D\(>rak, .Miii|tli.\. O'lJrieii (2:>r(| 
w ard I. 

Wlinrrrs ninl I'lihlir ( i nm mis : Lan- 
don. Campbell, Hcplnirn. .M iic| hocjci'. Mc- 
Canii, I)\(trak. Jackson. 

Ihirhins mid liri^lgcH :—Wn\\in'i\ Lyk»', 
Dunham, Madden, Hickey, Young, iiyaii. 

Mml.itx: Hiirke 1 22nd ward), Wallner, 
Kent, O'lJrien ((ith ward). Voiing. Powers, 
Hickey. 

Wlim j'ing I'rii'ihgi s :~('\\\U'y\u\\. (ior- 
ton, Mn<'lhoet(n\ Hai ris, Hunker. .Mc(iil!en, 
^[cEnerne\, 

Jiridetrell : — Snnimerfieid. Mills. JjOve, 
Mulviliill, Whelan, 0'P,rien (tUir ward), 
Murjdiy. 

License: — ^Veillhardt. \'erling. Hage, 
Pond, Mills, Murphy, McCormick. 

Local j\ asess mentx: — I io w I e r . M c Ci 1 1 e 1 1 , 
McCann, McCormick, J-iong, O'Brien (t)th 
ward), Bunker. 

Printing: — Horner. ^luelhoefer, Mc- 
Cann, Whelan, McCormick, Jackson, 
TiOng. 



The Clerk submitted a report of the con- 
dition of tlie Firemeirs I'ension Fund on 
the 15th day of April 3889. which was 

Placed on tile. 



Akl. Cnllerton presented a resolution 
directing the Corporation Counsel to pre- 
pare and submit to this Council, an ordin- 
ance declaring eight hours a legal day's 
work, and moved its adoption. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the resolution as adopted : 

^'Resolved, That the Corporation Coun- 
sel be and he is hereby directed to report a 
proper ordinance to this Council at its next 
regular meeting declaring eight hours a 
legal day's work, and containing a clause 
that all contracts hereafter let by the city 
for public improvements of any and 
every nature be so let that the work done 
under the terms of sucli contract be done 
by labor at eight hours per day, to the end 
that the municipality not only declare for 



15,J 



eight hours but carry the same into practi- 
cal effect; and be it further 

Resolved,- That the Commisioner of Pub- 
lic Works cause to be changed all advertise- 
ments and specifications so as to conform 
to the provisions of the above resolution." 

Aid.' Cullerton moved that the Council 
do now adjourn. 

The motion was lost by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Oehmen, Hickey, Dvorak, Bun- 
ker. Jackson, Ryan, Young, Muivihill, 
Horner, Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22d 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23rd ward) 
—14. 

iVai/s— Whelan, Dixon (1st v/ard), Yier- 
ling, Summerfleld, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Love, Murphy, 
Cullerton, Bid well, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Bowler, Kowalski, Horn, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Mc- 
Cormick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 32. 

Aid. Dixon moved that the rules of the 
last Council be adopted as the ^ules of this 
Council, temporarily. 

Agreed to. 



^ [1889- 



Aid. Dixon moved that Edward J. Coen 
be elected Sergeant-at-Arms of this Coun- 
cil. 

The motion prevailed. 



Aid. Burke (6th ward), gave notice that 
at the next regular meeting he would move 
to reconsider the vote, by which the 
minutes of the regular meeting held April 
8, 1889, and of the adjorned meeting held 
April 13, 1889, were approved. 



ADJODRJ^^MENT. 

Aid. Burke (6th ward) moved that the 
Council do now adjourn. 

The motion prevailed. 

And the Council stood adjourned. 



FRANZ AMBERG, 

Cit/y Clerk. 



April 15, J 



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April 22,] ^ 15 fl^^- 



CITY COUNCIL. 



REGULAR MEETING. 



APRIL 22, 1889. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Present— Ris Honor the Mayor and Ald- 
ermen Whelau, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Sunimerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward I, Hepburn, Madden. Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
liOve, Murphy, Dvorak. Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, W'allner, McEnerny. Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (23rd wardj, McCormick, Tiede- 
mann and Dunham. 

Absent — None. 



MINUTES. 

Aid. Pond moved that the minutes of 
the regular meeting held April 15, 1889, 
be approved without being read. 



The motion prevailed. 



REPOETS OF CITY OFFICERS. 

^' His Honor the Mayor submitted the fol- 
lowing message: 



Chicago, April 22, 1889. 



To the City Council. 



G^.XTLEME>": At the meeting 



of 



the 

Council twelfth inst., an ordinance was 
passed concerning the fees of the Inspector 
of Oils. On the p'assage of this ordinance a 
number of aldermen voted "aye" to whom 
successors had been elected and qualified. 
I am informed by the Law Department that 
there is serious question as to the validity of 
this ordinance. The ordinance is an impor- 
tant one and should not depend upon any uu- 
certainity as to its legality. As I am informed 
this ordinance, if valid, would result in the 
payment to the city of five to seven thous- 
and dollars per annum, heretofore retained 
by the Inspector of Oils. 

'l am in favor of the passage of an ordin- 
of this character and I would, therefore, 
respectfully recommend that the Council 
do now repass the ordinance in question, 
which is herewith submitted in order that 
it may go in force before the appointmeiu 
of the successor to the present Inspec or 
of Oils. 

Respectfully submitted, . 
Dewitt C. Ceegiee, 

Mayor, 



April 2*2.] 



16 



11880. 



Altl. Krtist itiuvfii th.it throrilinancc siil»- 
iiiitlcil liy Ills iloiiiir the Mayor l><* pHHsed. 

Altl. Wht'lati iMiivril that thf onlinaiicc 
bo n'fi»rrtMl to flu* Coiiiiiiittec on .hi<liciary. 

Thf iiiolioii prevailed. 

The (^oinmissioner <»f Public Works sub- 
mitted an or<Iiir<tii<-(* estaMishin^ the an- 
nual assessment of water rates, for the year 
eomm**nein^' May 1, IHhH, and endiu}^ May 

1. IS\HK 

AM. ( iillerton cd that the ordinance 
he pa.ssed. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Kra*— Whelan. Dixon (1st ward i. Vierl- 
in'j. Summerfield.(i!>rt<tii. Dixou' .*;rd ward i. 
llephuni. Madden. Oehmen. Hiekey. Burke 
(fUh ward i. O Brien ((ith ward i. Love. Mur- 
idiy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. Bidwill, 
Wallner. MeEuerny. Pond. Kent, Campbell, 
Mills. Landon. Lyke. Weinhardt. . Jackson. 
Bowler. Kyan. Kowalski. Horn, Young. 
Mulvihill. Horner. Harris. Powers, McCann. 
HagH. Long. Ernst. McGillen. Burke (22nd 
ward I. Muelhoefer. O'Brien (2o ward i. Mc- 
Cormick, Tiedemann. Dunham — i'i. 

Xa ys— Xone. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

AN ORDIN ANCE 

Establishing or legalizing the water rates 
as assessed, for the vear commencing 
May 1. 18S9. and ending April SO, 1890. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

JSection 1. The water rents or rates for 
the year, from April 30. 1.SS9. to May 1. 
1890.' in accordance with and to the amounts 
heretofore established by ordinance, and 
in force May 1. 18S4. be and the same are 
hereby assesse^l and levied upon ail lo^ or 
parcels of ground in the City of Chicago 
( having a building or buildings thereon i. 
which abut or join on any street, avenue or 
alley in said city, through which the dis- 
tributing water pipes of the water works of 
the city lire or may be laid, and which can 
be conviently supplied with water from 
said pipes, whether water shall be used on 
such lot or parcels of ground or not, and 
also, upon all lots and parcels of ground 
in said city abutting on or adjoining snch 
street, avenue or aTley upon which build- 
ings liave been or mav be erected, between 
April 30. 1889. to May 1, 1890. the amount 
to be paid on account of said lots to be their 
proportion of the rates heretofore estal/- 
lished as aforesaid. 

Sec. 2. As soon as practicable, after the 
first day of May. A. D.. 189<J. a warrant 
shall issue under the corporate seal of the 
city, s'gned by the Mayor and attested by 
the Ciiy Clerk, directed to the City Collec- 
tor of Lhe city, commanding liim to make 
the am :>uars set opposite to the several lots 
or parcels of land described in said warrant, 
being the amount of the water rents or as- 



seKsnientM which Khali remain unnaid on 
.said hits or pan-els of land for tne year 
ending .'{oih <lay of April next. | receiiing 
the time of the issue of said warrant out or 
the gtMHis and chattelH «tf tli<' respee- 
llve ou ner of said lots or parcels of land, 
and the buildini;s thereon situated, or the 
o\\ ncr or owners, either ot the hits or par 
eels of land, or the buildinu r»r bnilding.s 
th»*reon. in case the lots or jtarcels ttf land 
and the buildint; or buihtings tlp reon are 
not r>wned bv the same pcrsr»n or p« rson.s 
.Skc. 3. rpon the re< cipt of sai l warrant 
by the City C<»llector, In- shall forthwith 
give six day.s' notice. I»y publication in a 
newspaper i>ublished in said city, that such 
warrant has come t<» his hand.s for collec- 
tion, and reipiestint; all persfins interested 
to make imnipdiate payment at his office, 
and that after the expiratir»n of twenty 
days trom the date of his reeeipt of such 
warrant he will levy <m thegofnlsand chat- 
tels, and all persons who shall have failed 
to pay. and that at the expiration of said 
twenty days, or as sf»on thereafter as may 
be, Jie shall so levy, if personal ]»roi>erty 
l>ehmging to the person or persons liable 
for such water rates or rents can 1 e found, 
and in case of neglecting to do so the City 
Collector shall l>e' liable for such rates or 
rents. 

The City Collector shall endorse or note 
on the w arrant the date of such levying, 
and make an exact inventory of the pro- 
perty on which the same shall have been 
levied, and shall sell the same after giving 
public notice of the time and place of sale, 
and of the property to l)e .sold, at least ten 
days previous to the date of sale by adver- 
tisements, to be posted upon at lea.st three 
public places in the vicinity where the sale 
is to be made: and. if practicable, no more 
property shall be sold than sufficient to pay 
the water rents or rates, costs and charges 
due. 

Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



The Comptroller submitted a statement 
' of the House of Correction, for the quarter 
ending March 31, 1889. which was 

I Placed on file. 



The Corporation Counsel, in compliance 
with a resolution passed the 1.5th instant, 
submitted an ordinance declaring 8 hours 
a legal days work on city contracts. 

I Aid. Cullerton moved that the ordinance 
be passed. 

I Aid. Kent moved that the ordinance be 
j referred to the Committee on Judiciary. 

Aid Cullerton moved to suspend the rules 
for the purpose of putting the ordinance on 
its passage. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

l'c«.s— Whelan. Dixon 1 1st wardi.Tier- 
lihg. Summerfield. Oehmen. Hickey, Burke 



April 2^,] 



17 



[l88§. 



(6th ward), O'Brien (6tli ward), Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwili, Campbell, Bowler, Byan. Young, 
Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, Mc- 
Cann, Hage, Lopg, \Ernst, Burke 22nd 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien, (23d ward), 
McCormick, Tiedeinanui Dunham— 32; 

A"ai/s— Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, McEnerny Pond, Kent, 
Mills, Landon, Weinhardt, Kowalski, 
Horn— 12. 

Aid. Cullerton moved to amend the ordin- 
ance by striking out of Section 1, the 
words "or permit." 

Agreed to. 

Aid. Summerfield moved to further 
amend the ordinance by striking out Sec- 
tion 2. 

AJd. Cullerton moved to lay the motion 
on the table. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid Cullerton moved that the ordinance 
as amended be passed. 

Aid. Harris moved that the ordinance be 
laid over and published, and made the 
special order for the next regular meeting 
at 8 o'clock. 

The Chair decided the motion out of 
order, unless unanimous consent be grant- 
ed, as the rules were suspended for the pur- 
pose of putting the ordinance on its pass- 
age. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward), raised the objec- 
tions to to the motion of Aid. Harris. 

The Chair thereupon rided the motion of 
Aid. Harris out of order. 

^ After debate. Aid. Cullerton called for 
the previous question, and the call was sus- 
tained by yeas and nays as follows: 

Fecis— Whelan, Dixon, (1st ward, Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton Dixon, (3rd 
- ward) Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, 
Hickey, Burke, (6th ward) Love, Murphy, 
Dvorak, Bunker, -Cullerton, Bidwili, Wall- 
ner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, Campbell, 
Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, 
Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, Young, 
Horner, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, Burke, (22nd ward) . Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien, (23rd ward) McCormick, Dun- 
ham — 43. 
Nays — Harris, Tiedemann — 2. 

The question then being on the passage 
of the ordinance, it was agreed to by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

-Yeas — Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, " Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d 
ward) Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Campbell, 
Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, 
Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, Young, 
Horner, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 



Ernst, Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, 
0,Brien, (23d ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
inann, Dunham — 43. 
JVays— Hepburn, Kent, Harris— 3. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

Be it ordained by the City Council of 
the City of Chi'cario: 

Section 1. That in all contracts for any 
public improvement let by the City of Chi- 
cago pursuant to any advertisement re- 
quired l)y law to be made, before such let- 
ting there shall be incorporated into such 
contract an express agreement between the 
city and the coiltractor or contractors that 
the said contractor or contractors shall not 
require any employe or laborer, between 
tlie hours of 6 a. m. and 6 p. m. each day, 
to work more than eight hours; upon any 
such work required to be done undet such 
contract, and the said eight hours of labot 
shall be a full day's work for each employe 
or laborer on all work done under such 
contract. 

Sec. 2. Any such contract shall also 
provide that in the event of any contractor 
or contractors violating the provisions of 
said contract there shall be forfeited to the 
City of Chicago the sum of fifty ($50) dol- 
lars for each and every day said contractor 
or contractors shall violate the provisions 
of said contract in employing any employe 
or laborer more than eight hours, as speci- 
fied in Section 1 of this ordinance. 

Sec. 3. In all advertisements for bids 
for any public improvement by any depart- 
ment of the city, the officer making such 
advertisement shall insert in such adver- 
tisement the provisions of this ordinance, 
and shall also insert in all specifications the 
provisions of this ordinance. 

Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in force 
and take effect from and after its passage 
and due publication. 

The Board of Education submitted a 
communication requesting the purchase of 
lots for use as a school site on the northeast 
corner of Jay street and Belden avenue, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Schools. 



ALSO, 

A communication requesting the pur- 
chase, for use as a site for a High School, 
lots on the northeast corner of Potomac 
avenue and Davis street, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Schools. 



The Gas Inspector submitted his report 
for the quarter ending March 31, 1889, 
which was 

Placed on file. 

The Clerk presented the report of the 
Commissioners to make estimate for side- 
walk on Lime street, from Archer avenue 
to Twenty-seventh street. 



A i.ri 1822,1 



18 



L1889. 



Aid. Miiikc ward) iiMKctI tliat tlir 

r»'p(irt !»' appiovnl and lliattlic (ti'dtT llicrr- 
t<i alla< lu'<l l»' jiasscd. 

TIh- mot ion |irc\ ai Ird. 



ALSO, 

TIm' rrpdrt of t he ('oinini.ssioiK^rs to make 
t'st imldc lor sidewalk on Leo stnuit, from 
Arclit'r avt'nur t<» Tw t'nty-.s«'\tMitli stn'ft. 

Aid. Ot'linicn moved that tlu; report be 
approM'd and that the order thereto at- 
tached he pa.s.sed. 

Tin- motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The report of the Commi.ssioner.s to make 
estimate for sidewalk on both sides of West 
Thirteenth street, from Wood street to 
Ogden avenue. 

Ahl. W^alliier moved that the report be 
approved, and tliat the order thereto at- 
taeliod b{* passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioner to make 
estimate for sidewalk on Walnut street, 
from California avenue to Roman avenue. 

Aid. Landon moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for sidewalk on both sides of Wood 
street, from Xorth avenue to Armitage av- 
enue. 

Aid. Bowler moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for sidewalk on both sides of Ash- 
land avenue, from Archer avenue to Egan 
avenue. 

Aid. Burke (6th ward) moved that the 
report be approved, and that the order 
thereto attached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for sidewalk on Douglas avenue, 
from State street to Laurel street. 



A Id. Oelimeli moxcd that thereport be ap- 
)roved and that the older then;to attached 
)e pa.s.sed. 

The moti^on previiiled. 



AL80, 

The report of Uw. Commi.ssi(merH to make 
(istimate for sidewalk on Douglas avenue, 
from l.anrel street to Archer avenu('. 

A Id. 0<!hmen moved that th(^ report be ap- 
proved and that the order tlierelo attached 
i)e jjassed. 

'i'lie motion ))re\ailed. 



A r.so, 

Th(! report f)f the (Commissioners to make 
estimate; for grading and paving Locu.st 
street, from Xorth Wells street to Nortli 
Market street. 

Aid. 0'Bri(!n (2;^rd ward j moved that the 
report be approved and thattlK; order there- 
to attached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



The Commissioner of Public Works pre- 
sented a report and ordinance for 63 lamp 
posts on Fulton street, from Rockwell 
street to Homan avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was i)Ut upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Veaii — Whelan, Dixon fist wardj, Vier- 
ling. Snmmerfield, Gorton, Dixon uSrd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Ilickey, 
Burke (6th wardj, O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak. Bunker, CuUerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, 
Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, 
Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler. By an, 
Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Eorner, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd wardj. Muel- 
holfer, O'Brien f23d wardj, McCormick, 
Tiedemann. Dunham — 48. 

Nays — Xone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for eighteen lamp 
posts on West Harrison street, from Kock- 
well street to California avenue. 

By" unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Campbell, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Whelan, Dixon l ist wardj, Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon f3rd 
ward), Hephurn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
LoA'e, Murphy, Dvorak. Bunker, CuUerton, 
Bidwill. Wallner. McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bow^ler, Byan, Kowalski, Horn, 



April 22,] 



19 



[1889. 



Young, Mulviliill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
MeCann. Hage, Long, Ernst, MrGilien, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muellioet'er, O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCorniick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham — 48. 

Nays— ISl one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for 55 lamp posts 
on Western avenue, from West Division 
street to Armitage avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Weinhardt, the ordinance v^as put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vier- 
ling, tsummerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Pewers, 
McCann • Hage, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
1 3rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 48. 

Nays— 1^ one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
grading, and paving alley, from Thirty- 
fourth street to Douglas avenue, betw^een 
Michigan avenue and Indiana avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Hepburn, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

yms— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey 
Burke (6th ward) O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, By an, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young. Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann. Dun- 
ham — 48. 

Nays—lSone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing 
and filling Twenty-third place, from Went- 
wortli avenue to Archer avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Oehmen, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passeci by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

IF'eo.s—Whelan, Dixon (1st ward) Yierl- 
ing, Summerfield, Gortbn, Dixon (3d ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 



(6th ward), O'Brien (Btli ward). Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, liyan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23d Ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham — 48. 

Aai/.S'— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing 
and filling Twenty-third street, from State 
street to Wentworth avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Oehmen, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Veas — Whelan, Dixon ( 1st ward ), 
Yierling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon 
( 3d ward ), Hepburn, Madden, Oeh- 
men, Hickey, Burke (6th ward), ()'Brien 
(6th ward j. Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bun- 
ker, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner,McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, liyan, 
Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd ward), Muel- 
hoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham— 48. 

Nays — None. 

ALSO, . 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
filling and paving Whiteliouse place, 
rrom Wentworth avenue to Stew^art av- 
enue. ♦ 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Oehmen, the ordinance w^as put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, 
Hickey, Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th 
ward). Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, 
Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, 
Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Hor- 
ner, Harris. Pow-ers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd w^ard),Muel- 
hoft'er, O'Brien (23rd ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann Dunham— 48. 

Nays— None. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, fill- 
ing and paving Shields avenue, from 
Twenty-sixth street to Thirty-first street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Oehmen, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follow^s: 



April 2LM 



20 



[1889. 



y'#7iA Wlu'laii, Dixoii (iKtward), Vit;r- 
linu'. .Mmiiiii«'rli»-l«l. (iortoii, Oixoii i.Snl 
waid I, Hi |ilnirii. Maddni. ( M-liiiicn. IIi« kf .v, 
lliirkr (•Wli ward I. o'llrit-n itWIi ward i, 
l.u\r. Murjdi\ . I)\<»rak, |{iinkrr. ( ulltMloii, 
Uidwill, \\ aUiu r, Mr Kimtii \ . I'oiid, Knit, 
('ani|d»i-ll, Mill>. I.aiidon. L> kr. Wriii- 
lianit, .lacksoii. liowU r, Ii\an. K<»\\;il>ki, 
Horn. Youn;;. Miilviliill. llorin-r. Harris, 
I'dWi'r.H, MfCaiiM. IIa;;r, Lmm, Kriist. Mc- 
<;ilU'n. Ifnrkr (22iid ward). MucllKM-ffr, 
n |5ri» ri (li^Jd wardi. McC 'oriiiick . TuiUt- 
iiiann, Dunhaiii -4<S. 

*V<Ji/.s — Noin'. 



ALSO, 

A n*|»»it and onliiiaiKM' lor < tirl>iiii; lill- 
in<x ami jKis ini: South LaSallr str«'<*t. from 
Ar< lM*r a\ t*niu' to Twenty-sixth striM't. 

By unanimous consent, on moti(m of Aid. 
Oehuien. the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and i>asscd by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

1 Vff.v— Whelan. Dixon < 1st ward i, Vier- 
ling. Summertield. G<trton, Dixon (8rd 
wardi, IIej»hurn. Madden, Oehmen. 
lliekey. liurke i6th ward), O'Brien (6th 
wardi. Love. Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, 
Cullerton. Jiidwill. Wallner. McEnerny. 
Pond. Kent, ("ampbell. Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardr. .Jackson. Bowler. Kyan, 
Kowalski. Horn. Younji. Mulvihill. Ilofner. 
Harris. Powers. McCann. Hagre, Long, 
Ernst. Mc(4illen. Burke 1 22nd ward i. Muel- 
hoeter. O'Brien. 1 2ord ward i. McCormick, 
Tiedemann. Dunham — 48. 

Nays — None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, fill- 
ing and paving Evans court, from fnion 
street to Halsted street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Murphy, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows 

Yeas — Whelan. Dixon (1st wardi. Vier- 
ling. iSummerfield- Gorton. Dixon (8rd 
ward I. H*^pburn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickey, 
Burke (6th wardi. O'Brien (6th wardi, 
I>ove. ^Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. 
Bidwill. Wailner. McEntrny. Pond. Kent. 
Campbell. Mills. Landon. Lyke. AVeinhardt. 
Jackson. Bowler. Ryan. Kowalski. Horn. 
Young. Mulvihill. Horner. Harris. Powers, 
McCann. Hage. Long. Ernst. McGillen, 
Burke (22nd wardi. Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23d ward i, McCormick, Tiedemann. Dun- 
ham — 48. 

Xays. — Xone. 



ALSO, 

A refjort and ordinance for curbing, till- 
ing and paving Twenty-second place." from 
Portland avenue to Archer avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Burke « 6th ward i. the ordinance was put 



I upon pa.ssaKe and pa.ssed by yeiu 
' and na>i> as folio .v.s: 

Yfdx AVIu'laii. Dix<»n i 1st w anl ), Vicr- 
, ling. SuiiinicrlicUI. Gorton, Dixon (8rd 
ward I, Hepburn. .Madden, Oehmen. Hicke\ . 
' Burke (♦Wb wardi. 0*|irien wiirdi. 
Love, .MurpliN. l)\orak. Biink<-r. ( 'iillert<»ii. 
liidwill. Wallner, MeKtn riiN. Pond. Kent, 
('ampbell. .Mill>. Landon, L\ ke. Weinbardt. 
.lackson. Bowler. II>au, K<»\\al>ki. Horn, 
^'oung. Miihihill. Horner. Ilarris. I'owerH, 
McCann. Hage. Lonu. Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward). Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward). M<'Connick. Tiedemann. Diin- 
liani — tH. 
, xV«}y«— N'one. 

I 

ALSO, 

.\ reiK»rt and onlinance for opening West 
Tavlor street, across east 1()0 feet, of soutli- 
west I4, southeast '4, Seeti<»n 13, 81^, 13. 

I By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Campbell, the ^)rdinance was put upon it.s 
jjassage and pa.sse«l by yeas and nays n» 
follows : 

Feos— Whelan. Dixon ( 1st ward), Vier- 
ling, Summerfield, (iorton, Dixon (3rd 
w ard I, Hepburn. Madden, (Jehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th wardi. O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love. Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, ("ullerton, 
Bidwill. Waliner. McEnerny, Pond. Kent, 
Campbell. Mills, Landon, Lyke. Weinbardt, 
Jackson. Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski. Horn, 
I Y'oung. Mulvihill. Horner. Harris. Powers, 
McCann. Hage, Long. Ernst. Mcfiillen, 
Burke (22nd wardi, Muelhoefer. O'Brien 
f23rd ward). McCormick, Tiedemann. Dun- 
ham — 48. 
Xays — Xone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for opening Falls 
street, from AVest Madison street to War- 
ren avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Cauipbell. the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed hy yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Whelan. Dixon (1st ward '. Yier- 
ling. Summertield. Gorton. Dixon i3d 
ward). Hepburn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickej*, 
Burke 16th ward). O'Brien 16th ward"). 
Love. Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. 
Bidwill. Wallner, McEnerny. Pond. Kent, 
Campbell. Mills. Landon. ' I>yke. Wein- 
bardt, .Jackson, Bowler. Ryan. Kowahski, 
Horn. Young. Mulvihill, Horner. Harris, 
i Powers. McC'ann. Hage. Long. Ernst. Mc- 
I Gillen. Burke ( 22d Vard). "Muelhoefer, 
j O'Brien i2od ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
' man, Dunham — 48. 
Xays^Sone. 



' ALSO, 

; A report and ordinance for opening an 
j alley from Thirt^'-seventh street to 97 feet 



April 22,] 



north of Egan avenue, between Wabash 
avenue and Michigan avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Hepburn, the ordinance w^as put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays fol- 
lows: 

Feas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Sumnierfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen.Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, CuUerton, 
Bidwill, Wallnor, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Cam]ibell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham — 48. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance authorizing use 
of 3 feet sidewalk space on Western avenue 
and Austin avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, . iSummertield, Gorton, Dixon (3d 
ward), Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen,Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, I^nt, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d ward), Muelhofer, 
O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham— 48. 

Nays— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Authorizing use of sidewalk space on the 
west side of Western avenue, from Austin 
avenue to Grand avenue, and on the 
north side of Austin avenue, from West:- 
ern avenue to first alley west. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Sectipn 1. That the propertv-owners 
on the west side of Western avenue, from 
Austin avenue to Grand avenue, and on the 
north^ide of Austin avenue, from Western 
avenue to the first alley west of Western 
avenue, be and they are hereby authorized 
to use the inside three (3) feet of the side- 
walk space between said points for stair- 
ways. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



Aid. Cullerton called to the chair, 



21 11889, 



PETITIONS, COMMUNICATIONS AND 
ORDINANCES. 

Aid. Wlielan presented an order concern- 
ing the improvement of LaSalle street from 
Randolpli street to Lake street, and moved 
its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Department of Pub- 
lic Works prepare a repealing ordinance 
of the ordinance for grading and paving 
LaSalle street, from Randolph to Lake 
street, and prepare a new ordinance for 
grading and paving said portion of La 
Salle street in conformity to the ordinance 
already passed for the covering of a por- 
tion of the LaSalle street tunnel. 



Aid. Whelan presented a petition and an 
order to permit Frank L. Stevens to O] en 
South Water street, in front of Nos. 266 
and 268, for the purpose of putting in water 
pipe, and moved the passage of the order. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the petition and order as 
passed: 

Chicago, April 22, 1889. 

To the Honorahle, the Common Council, 
of the City of Chicago : 

The undersigned respectfully petitions 
your honorable body for permission to open 
South Water street, for the purpose of putt- 
ing in water pipe at numbers 266 and 268 
South Water street, which buildings at 
present are without adaquate water supply. 

Frank L. Stevens. 

Ordered, That Frank L. Stevens be 
hereby granted permission in accordance 
with the foregoing petition, under the direc- 
tion of the Department of Public W orks. 



Aid. Whelan presented an order for pav- 
ing with granite blocks, the courts in Block 
142, School Section Addition, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Whelan presented a preamble and 
an order authorizing the Mayor and Comp- 
troller to execute a quit claim deed of all 
interest of the City of Chicago, to a certain 
wharf ing lot, opposite Lot live (5), in Block 
twenty-one (21), O. T., and moved the passr 
age of the order. 

Aid. Ernst moved that it be referred to 
Committee on Finance. 

So ordered. 



Aid. Dixon (1st ward) presented an order 
granting permission to Stillson & Chappell, 



April -2,1 



(1889. 



til nrcl ii caiiop) (tvn llH' ciitraiirc («• 'JtlU 
and liTI stair .stivrt. and moved its passage. 

'V\\o iiiotidii pr<'\ aili><l. 

TIm' follow inu is tin* onlcr as passrd: 

(hilnrti. That pcniiission and ant liority 
!>«• and is li('r»'l»\mantr«| to.stillson iV ( liap- 
p»dl of imiimIht *J»"»'.» and 'J7I State slr«M't, to 
ert'ct ov»'r Ww fntran.-r of their store a teni- 
iiorary « an(ipy <»r aw ninu to run to < iirh 
litM'; ail work to he done nnder Ihesnper- 
vision of the Department ot I'ultlir \N'orl<s. 

Aid. Dixon jire.sented an oider to i»ave 
Franklin street, from (^nincy street to 
.laekson street, h> jtrivate contract, luul 
moved its passable. 

The motion i)revailed. 

The followinj; is the order as passed: 

(tillered. That the Commi.ssioner of Puh- 
ie Works is lierehy anthorized and directed 
to jxrant a permit to thei)roperty-ow'ners on 
Franklin street from (^nincy street to Jack- 
son street to ])ave said street between .said 
])oints with granite blocks. Said work to 
1m' done nnder the superintendence of the 
Department of Public Works, and said 
property-owners to pay all costs of engin- 
eering!: and superintending. 



Aid. Dixon (1st w ard) presented an order 
rescinding an order staying proceedings in 
the matter of the improvement of South 
Water street from Michigan to Central ave- 
nues, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, The order passed March 11, 
1S89. directing the Law Department to stay 
proceedings in the matter of the improve- 
ment of South Water street, from Michigan 
avenue to Central avenue, be and the same 
is hereby rescinded. 



Aid. Summerfield presented an ordinance 
repealing an ordinance, passed March 11, 
ISSy. adopting a badge, in lieu of a star, as 
the emblem of authority of the Police De- 
partment, and moved its passage. 

Aid. Dixon moved that it be referred to 
the Committee on Police. 

The motion prevailed. 



Aid. Summerfield presented a petition of 
the Chicago Milk Exchange, praying that 
the ordinance pa.ssed February 26, 1883, li- 
censing milk dealers and others, be amend- 
ed by striking out the word ••milk" in Sec- 
tion 1 thereof, which was 

Keferred to the Committee on License. 



Aid. Summerfield presented a petition for 
paving with asphalt blocks the alley be- 



! twctMi Michigan and Walmsh uveniieM and 
j between Kight«'enth and 'I' wentietli str-'ietH, 
which wiu 

I lieferred to the Department of I'ublic 
Works for an ordinance. 



A l<l. ( ;ort(»n presented an ordinance au- 
thorizing the District Heating ami Light 
(.'ompany to lay mains, pij»es, feeders and 
Hervice jiipes for the pnrprjse of su|)|ilying 
! steam, water or other llni<ls lorpfjweror 
! healing purposes, and nujved that it be 
■ referred to the Committee on Streets and 
' Alleys, S. D. 

Aid. Whelan moved that it be referred to 
the Committee on Fire and Water. 

The motif)!! i)revailed. 



Aid. Dixon CM wardi presented the peti- 
tio!i of .lames liarrett ai!d Albert A. Mnn- 
ger for (luit claim deed, whi<'h was 

Referred to the Committee on Finai!ce. 



j Aid. Dixon (8d w ard ) presented an order 
j for an ordinance for curbing and paving 
Groveland Park avenue, from Twenty- 
ninth street to its northern terminus, which 

i was 

I 

i Referred to the Department of Public 

i Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Hepburn presented a petition and 
an order for an ordinance for stone curbing, 
grading and paving with cedar blocks. AI- 
dine street, from Egan avenue to its north- 
ern terminus, which were 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Madden presented a petite in of busi- 
' ness men and tax-payers of the 1st Ward, 
! praying for the removal of the storm doors, 

erected at the entrance to 224 and 228 South 

Clark street, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, S. D. 



Aid. Oehmen presented an order for an 
ordinance, repealing an ordinance forem- 
proveing Emerald avenue, from Twenty- 
ninth street to Egan avenue, which was 

Referred to Departmen >f Public'Works 
for a repealing ordinance. 



Aid. Oehmen presented an order for curb- 
ing, grading and paving w ith cedar blocks. 
Twenty-eighth street, from Wentworth 
avenue to Wallace street, which was 

I Referred to the Department of Publio 
Works for an ordinance. 



April 22,] 



23 



[1889 



Aid. Oehnien presented an order for a < 
sidewalk the fnll width of 'the sidewalk 
space, on both sides of Went worth avenue, 
from Archer avenue to Thirty-third street, 
which was 

Referred to J^epartnient of Public Works 
for an ordinance. j 

1 

Aid. Oehinen i)resentedan order tor lanii> 
po.sts on Twenty-hfth place, from Went- , 
worth avenue to'llalsted street, which was i 

Referred to Department of Public Works 
for an ordinance. 

Aid. Oehmen presented a petition and an 
order for curbing, grading and ]»aving with 
cedar blocks. Emerald avenue, froui Twen- 
ty-ninth street to Thirty-tirst street, which 
were 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. t 



Aid. O'Brien i 6th ward i presented a re- 
monstrance against the ])rop(»sed im]tr<»ve- 
mentof Ullman street, betwtH-n Thirty-tirst 
street and Douglas avenue, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys. D. 

Aid. O'Brien i 6th ward ) presented a i>eti- 
tion for a sewer in Springer avenue, which 
was 

Referred to Department of Public Works. 

Aid. ^lurphy i>resentedau order fur curb- 
ing, tilling ancl paving Mark street, from 
Ilalsted street to T'nion street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Murphy presented an order for curb- 
ing, filling and paving Seward .street, from 
Canalport avenue to "Lumber street, which 
was 

Referred to the Department of Pul)lic 
Works for an ordinance. 

Aid. Murphy presented an order for a 
six foot sidewalk on Arthur street, from 
West Sixteenth street to West Eighteenth 
street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Pul)lic 
"U'orks for an ordinance. 

Aid. Murphy ' f're.sented an order to stay 
the improvement of West Twenty-second 
street, from Brown street to the Chicago 
river, and moved its i)assage. 

The motion prevaile4. 

The following is the order as passed: 

drdercd. That the Commissioner of Pul)- 
lic Works be and he is herebv directed to 



stay the imi»rovenuMit of West Twenty- 
second street, from Brown street to the 
Chicago river, until sai«l improvement is 
done ai'cording to ordinance passed for im- 
proving said .street. 

Aid. Walhier jnvsented an order to let 
contract for improveing Ilinuu^n street, 
from Blue Island avenue t(^ Western av- 
enue, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as pa.s.sed: 

Ordered. That the Commi.ssioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise and let contract to the lowest re- 
sponsible bidder, for tilling, curbing and 
])aving with cedar l)loeks. Iliunuiu street, 
from Blue Island avenue to AVestern av- 
enue: jtrovidi nij. the contractor waits for 
his mone> until the assessnu'nt is collected. 

Aid. Wallner ])re.sented an order to let 
contract for improvinu West Twentieth 
street, from Ashland avenue to Western 
avenue, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order a.s passed: 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is herel)y directed to 
advertise and let contract to tlie lowest bid- 
der for curbing, filling and paving with 
cedar blocks West Twentieth street, from 
Ashland avenue to We.^tern avenue, pro- 
viding the eontractor waits for his money 
until the assessment is collected. 

Aid. Wallner ]^resented an order to let 
contract for improving West Nineteenth 
street, from ]>lue Islaiul avenue to Western 
avenue, and moved its jiassage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Connnissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise ami let the contract to the lowest 
bidder for curbing, tilling and leaving with 
cedar blocks West Nineteenth street^ from 
Blue Island a^enue to Western avenue, 
liroviding the contractor waits for his 
money until the assessment is collected. 

Aid. Wallner presented an order to let 
contract for imi)roving West Eighteenth 
street, from Wood street to Western ave- 
nue, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise and let the contract to the lowest 
bulder tor curbing, filling and i)avi]ig with 
cedar blocks West Eighteenth street, from 
Wood street to Western avenue, providing 
the contractor will wait for his money uiitil 
the assessment is collected. 



April JLM 



24 



A hi. WiilllUT |in sriit«'«l Mi ttnU'i to U'l 
(oiihiict tor iiiiptoviiiK Ksiirti<*lil av«>iiiic, 
tioin Twflltli stn-rl Iti n^ilcn :i\rtiii<', and 
ni<»\r<| Its passiinr. 

'I'llf llintioii p|r\ ailnl. 

'I'lir Inlluwiii;,' is llif nrdn as passi-d: 

(hilifnl, I'lial tlir ( oiiilllissioiKT <»| 
lic Works l>r and lir is lirrrltN dircf-trd to 
|ir<MT('d at <»Mt «' to Irt tlic r(nilract lor lill- 
iiiU. t-iirbiiiu and pavin;^' Kairtidd cNrinir. 
IrcMii 'rwi'litli strt'cl to O^dcii aNcniii'. 

Al<l. Wallncr pr«'s«'iitrd an ord<'r to Irt 
« oiitract lor iinprosiiii; ("cMlral Park ave- 
iMU', troiii 'I'wcniy-sccoiid strrrt to Wost 
'J'liirt> -tirst strcft, and nioxcd its passa<;«'. 

motion prt'\aiU'd. 

'IMir I'ollowinix is the order as jtasscd: 

<h(h r<<I. 'I'liat the ConiniissioMci' ol I'lilt- 
lic Works and he is licrrhx dircrtcd to 
adxcrlisc for bids and let tin* contract for 
(•url)in,L; and paxin.u Central Park av»Miiu', 
troiii 'rwcnty-second street to West Tiiirt\- 
tlrst street: /n'ovohd, the contractor will 
wait for his pay niitil the assessment isc(d- 
lected. 

Aid. Wallner i)resented orders to let con- 
tract for imi»ro\ eing Bonney aveime, from 
Ogden avenue to West Twenty-sixth street: 
I-,a^vndale ayemie, from Twenty-sixth street 
to Tliirty-first street: and Ilanilin ayenue, 
from Ogdeii ayenue t(> 'l'liirt> -tirst street, 
and nioyed the pas.sa<>e of the ortlers. 

The motion prevailed. 

The follo^ving are the orders as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works 1)6 and he is liereby directed to 
advertise for bids, and let tlie contract for 
curbing" and paving Bonney avenue, from 
Ogden avenue to West Twehty-sixlli street: 
provided. \he contractor will wait for his 
pay until the assessment is collected. 

Ordered, Tliat tlie Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is liereby directed to 
advertise for bids, ami let the contract tor 
curbing and paving La wndale avenue, from 
Twenty-sixth street to Thirty-tirst street: 
prorid'ed, the contractor will Avait for his 
pay until the assessment is collected. 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise lor bids, and let the' contract for 
curbing and paving Hamlin avenue, from 
Ogden avenue to Thirty-first street: pro- 
vided, the contractor will wait for his pay 
until the assessment is collected. 



Aid. Wallner presented an order for an 
ordinance changing the name of Douglas 
Park place to that of Washburne avenue, 
which ^yas 

"lief erred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



A Id. Pond presented an order loran ordin- 
ance, repealing an ordinance lor eurbin^, 
gradin;.; and pa\inglhe allexsin Block V.K 
("anal Trustees' Subdi\ i'^ion l(» ( iiicjji«4», 
\N hicli \\ as 

Hi'l'erred to the I )t pari mcni id Public 
Works for repciilinu ordinan<'e. 



.\ld. Pond prcscrded a peidion :tnd an 
oi'dei- lor cni bin^. grading and pa\ in;^ w itii 
cedar b|o<-ks the alle\s-in b|(K-k "J. .Magee A- 
II igh's addition to ( ' jn<-ag(», whicli were 

l.'c.tcrrcd to the Department of Public 
\\ «»rks lor an <»rdinance. 



Aid. ("amplMdl presented an order for an 
ordinance establishing the roadway on 
Flournoy street, between liockwell street 
and Ki'dzie avenue, at .*{(» feet, which was 

l.'eferred to the Department of Public 
Works for an onlinance. 



Al<l. Caniplndl present«Ml an order tx» (ter- 
mit the ]»roperty-owners on daremont ave- 
nue to replace tli<* old lamj>s on said street 
with globes, and mo\<'(l its j»assay;e. 

The motion prevailed. 

The follow ing is the order as pas.sed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
issue a jtermit to the i)ro)tert\ -owners on 
Claremont avenue. Ijetween \'an Buren and 
Harrison streets, to i»ut on globes in place 
of the old lamps. 



Aid. Campbell ])resented an ordei- direct- 
ing the Commissicmer of Pul)lic Works to 
let contract for the Lincoln .street viaduct 
to the lowest responsible l)idder. w Inch was 

Kef erred to the Committee on Finance. 



Aid, Campbell presented an order to let 
contract for improving Francisco street, 
and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as pa.ssed: 

Ordered, That the Department of 
Public Works be and it is hereby ordered 
to adyertise for bids for curbing, filling and 
jiaving ( as per ordinance heretofore passed ) 
F'rancisco street, and to let the contract to 
the lowest responsible Itidder or bidders. 



Aid. Campbell presented the petition of 
Helen V. Pierpont to ^yithdraw the con- 
demnation suit for the extension of Her- 
mitage ayenue from West .Jackson street to 
Ogden ayenue. ^vhich was 

Keferred to the Commissioner of Public 
Works to grant i)rayer of petitioner. 



April 22, J 



25 



[1889 



Aid. Caini)b(»ll presented a petition to 
Qpen Albany avenue, from Madison street 
to Colorado'avenue, wliieh was 

lleterred to the Department of rublic 
Works for an ordinance. 



. Aid. Campbell presented a petition to 
open and widen an alley between Madison 
street and Monroe street and Kedzie and 
Albany avenues, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 

« 

Aid. liyke presented a petition and an 
order for an ordinance repealing an ordin- 
ance for macadamizing Indiana street, 
from Central Park avenue to Crawford av- 
enue, which were 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for a repealing ordinance. 

Aid. Lyke presented a petition and an 
order to stay the improvement of Superior 
street, from Robey street to Leavitt street, 
and moved the passage of the order. 

Aid. J^andon moved that the same be 
r<iferred to the Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, W. D. 

The motion prevailed. 



Aid. Landon presented an order for an 
ordinance for opening an alley sixteen (16 ) 
f»/et wide, between Lake street and Nicol- 
lett avenue, from St.|L()uis avenue to Cen- 
tral Park avenue, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Ijandon presented an order for an 
ordinance repealing an ordinance for curb- 
ing, grading and paving with cedar blocks 
Nortli Twomey place, from Fulton street 
to Kinzie street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
AVorks for repealing ordinance. 



Aid. Jjandon presented an order for an 
ordinance for opening an alley sixteen flttj 
feet wide, from St l^ouis avenue to Central 
Park avenue, between Nicolett avenue and 
Fulton street, which was 

Referred to Commissioner of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Landon presented an order for oil 
lamp posts on Urand avenue, from Western 
avenue to Chicago avenue, wiiich was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Landon presented an order to let 
contract for improving Emmerson av- 



enue, from Wood street to Oakley avenue, 
and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as imssed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby directed 
to advertise for bids and let the contract to 
the lowest responsible bidder, for curbing, 
grading and paving with cedar l)locks Em- 
merson avenue, from Wood street to Oak- 
ley avenue; i^rovided, said contractor will 
wait one year for his pay. 

Aid. Landon presented a petition and an 
order for an ordinance repealing an ordin- 
ance for paving with as])halt, Fulton 
street, from California avenue to Kedzie? 
avenue, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, W. D. 



Aid. Weinhardt presented a petition and 
an order for an ordinance establishing side- 
walk space on Bauwans street, from Ash- 
land avenue to Blackhawk street, at twelve 
(12 ) feet, which wen^ 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Weinhardt presented an order for 
oil lam]) posts on Lavvndale avenue, from 
Chicago avenue to Augusta street, Vk^hich 
was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Weinhardt presented an order to let 
contract for improving Augusta street, 
Dania avenue and Potomac avenue, and 
moved its passage. 

Tlie motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and is hereby directed to ad- 
vertise for bids for grading, curbing and 
])aving with cedear blocks, Augusta street, 
from Wood street to Robey street; Dania 
avenue, from Division street to North av- 
enue; and Potomac avenue, from J^eavitt 
street to Western avenue, and let the con- 
tract to the lowest responsible bidder; pro- 
vided, the contractor will wait until the 
assessment is collected. 



Aid. Jackson presented a petition and an 
order for a sewer in Barclay street, between 
Division street and Augusta street, which 
were 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works with power to act. 



Aid. Ryan presented an order to stay the 
collection of assessment or the letting of 



Al.iil 'JLM 



[1889. 



rn|ilr;irls |n| \\:ilrl >» r\ ire |ti|M'S :ilnl pli- 

\ iilr (Iniiiis oil .siiinlrx si rcfls. iiimI iiiu\ cd 
lis |>ass:ii,'('. 

Tlir lliiil loll I'lfX iillcil. 

riif lollftwili'^ is llir older ;is |iiissc(l: 

Ordnril. Thai llii- |in»|ttr aiil lioiit ics 
sla\ |tror«'»Mliii;fb ill lln- iiialt»'idl cilln'r (•(»!- 
Icciiiiu llic assrssiiH'iils or IcItiiiK (•<»ritriicts 
lor |n i\ air drains on Klsloii a\cniir. \V«*st 
N(»rlii axfiiiir. Calilornia a\»'iiiii'. Iroiu 
Wrst Norlli axmiu' lo KiilliMfon av«'iiii(': 
I'",lk (irovf avcniM'. from Novlli a\t'iiin' to 
Arniitau*' a\»'nii»': and Diidloy slirct. Iroin 
\V«'sl Noilli a\fiiii»'lo A riiiitam* a\ cinu'. 

Tlic Law Drpartnifiil and tlir Dt'pnrt- 
incnt ot I'lihlif Woiks. an* licrrliy dir<'< t('«| 
to lakr til*' same steps in rcKunl to water 
ser\ ice pip«'s in all of tlic ahove streets. e\- 
rt'ptini; Klst(»n aveiiiir. 

Aid. lJ\an pii'sentcd a coiiiniunical ion 
from 1'. W. Uaiidow. coiiccrninu the con- 
struction of acalile road on A rmitai;*' av- 
ciuic. hetwccn I»o(d<well strict and Mil- 
wankt'c aviMiuc w liicli was 

UctVrrod to tlic Di'partmcnt of Piil)lic 
\A'orks. 



Aid. Horn presented an order for eMrhin'4. 
tillinu and- ])a\ iny, w ith cedar Idocks, riia- 
street, from Xoble street to (". iS: X. W . 
U. U. tracks, which was 

Keferred to tlie Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Horn presented an order to let con- 
tract for the imi)rovment of flolt street. 
Cleaver street. Ingraliam street, Lnce 
street, and Cork street, anil movert its 
iiassaoe. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following- is the order as passed: 

Orderefl. That the Commissioner of 
Pnblic Works, be and he is hereby directed 
to advertise for bids for the improvment of 
JTolt street, from Division street to Xorth 
avenne: and Cleaver street, from Bradley 
street to Blanche street: and Inorahaiii 
street: from Xoble street to C. iVL- X. W. P. 
Pv. tracks, and from said tracks to Elston 
avenne and Lnce street, from Blackhawk 
street to its northern terminus: also Cork 
street, from Ashland avenue to Paulina 
street, and let the contract to the lowest re- 
sponsible bidder: providhnj. said contrac- 
tors will wait for their pay until the assess- 
ments are collected. 



Aid. Harris presented an order to stay all 
proceedings in the matter of laying a .stone 
sidew alk on both sides of Adams street, 
between Centre avenue and Throop street, 
and moved its passage. 



'I'he motion |>re\ailed. 

Tiie followiiin is the order as pas.sed: 

Onh i rd. Thai 1 he ( ■(tin m issioiier of Pn Ik- 
lie Works and th*- Paw department are 
1 hereh\ ordered to sta> all proeeedinus lor 
I laNing stone sidewalk on both sides of 
Adams street, between ( eiitre avenue and 
Throop st rcet. 

i AM. Harris presented an order to lia\e 
the electric light at the southeast « orner of 
M<»nroe street and I'eoria street trnsferied 
to* northwest corner ni said streets, and 
moNed its passage. 

I The mot ion pi evai led. 

The lollow iiig is the order as jiasse«l: 

Oithml. That the ( 'oinmissionerof I'lib- 
I lie Works he and he is lierel»\ onlered to 
transfer the electri<- light from the .s(»iith- 
I east corner of Monroe and Peoria streets t<» 
I to the northwest corner of the same streets. 

Aid. INtwers jnex-iiled an ordei- to let the 
contract for the erecti(»nof a centre piei and 
abutments for the Taylor street bridge, 
and mov<'d its ]>assage. 

j The motion prevailed. 

Tlie following is the oriler as jjassed: 

■ 

j Orih'i'c<l . That the Commissioner of I'lib- 
i lie Works i)e and he is In'rebx- directed to 
! advertise immediatel> and let the contract 
to the lowest resju'onsible bidder, for the 
erection of a centre pier and abutments at 
Taylor street, for the purpose of jilacing the 
I l)ridge now about to be remove<i from 
' Adams street, across the river at that point. 



Aid. Krnst presented resolutions indors- 
ing the anti-monoi)ol\ bills now ]»ending 
befon' the Legislature of this .State. an<l re- 
questing their passage: said resoliitiims al.so 
calling for the aijpointment of a committee 
to visit .Springfield in the interest of said 
bills, and moved their adoption. 

! The motion prevailed. 

; The following are the resolutions as 
i adopted : 

Wiiei:eas, This Council has tried re- 
]teatedly. but in vain to induce or compel 
' the gas companies and the telei>hone mo 
nopoly to accept fair and reasonable com- 
• peusation for services rendered to the 
I municipality and the citizens individually, 
also to compel foreign lite insurance cor- 
porations, doing Inisiness here and deriving 
, a large revenue, to pay a moderate tax f(»r 
j the support of the municipal departments 
I whose protection they enjoy in a marked 
j degree: and 

j WiiEiiKAs. The efforts of the Council 
j in these and other matters have failed be- 
! cause of the defective powers in dealing with 
j corporations operating under municipal 
franchises conferred by the General Incor- 
I poration Act of the .State: and 



April 22,] 



2t 



Wheeeas, The Corporation Counsel, 
acting under the instructions of this Coun- 
cil, has drafted bills enlarging the powers 
of the Council in these respects, so that, in 
future, the corporations in question may be 
compelled to deal fairly and justly by the 
city and the people, and those bills, thus 
drafted, have been introduced in the Gen- 
eral Assembly and are now pending before 
that Honorably Body; 

Resolved, That the General Assembly 
be respectfully requested to give those meas- 
ures their immediate and careful consider- 
ation, to the end that they may be prompt- 
ly acted on during this session and marie 
laws, and thus this Council may have suffi- 
cient power to compel good service and 
reasonable charges by corporations operat- 
ing under franchises conferred by the 
people through their representatives, and 
also to compel the insurance corporations 
to pay a fair equivalent for the special pro- 
tection which they enjoy; 

Resolved, further. That the members 
of the General Assembly, representing Chi- 
cago and Cook County, be urged to special 
exertions in those respects, and that the 
hearty co-operation of the representatives 
vof othi'r cities in this State, suffering from 
the exactions of quasi-public corporations 
like those above mentioned, be earnestly 
invited; 

Resolved, further, That copies of those 
resolutions be presented in the General 
Assembly, and that copies be also sent to 
the councils of the principal cities through- 
out this State; 

Resolved, further. That a committee 
consisting of His Honor the Mayor and 
five members of this Council, be ap- 
pointed by His Honor to proceed to Spring- 
field to advocate action in accordance 
with those resolutions. 

His Honor the Mayor, appointed the fol- 
lowing Committee on resolutions of Aid. 
Ernst: Aldermen Horner, Pond, Bunker, 
McGillen and Vierling. 

- Aid. McGillen presented an order for an 
ordinance for the construction of a center 
pier and abutments for a swing bridge at 
Webster avenue, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works, be and he is hereby directed 
to prepare and submit to this Council, an 
ordinance for the construction of a center 
pier and abutments for a swing bridge at 
Webster avenue, on the north branch of the 
Chicago river. 



[18S9. 



Aid. McCormick presented a petition and 
an order staying the improvement of Sedg- 
wick street, from Chicago avenue to Erie 
street, and moved the passage of the order. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ch'dered, That the Corporation Counsel 
stay the proceedings in the improvement of 
Sedgwick street, from Chicago avenue to 
Erie street, until further order of this 
Council. 



The Clerk presented the petition of John 
H. Best, for compensation for injury to 
horse and buggy, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance . 



Aid. Burke (6th ward) moved that as 
there was some doubt as to the legality 
of the proceedings of the City Council, of 
April 12, 1889, that all that part of said 
proceedings after the decision of the Chair 
(Aid. Cullerton) on page 1007, be eliminat- 
ed from the record. 

The motion was subsequently withdrawn. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the Corporation 
Counsel be directed to furnish this Council 
with an opinion as to the legality of the 
proceedings of the City Council of April 
12, 1889. 

Aid. Eyan moved that the City Clerk 
furnish the Corporation Counsel with the 
names of the newly elected' aldermen who 
had qualified prior to the meeting of April 
12, 1889. 

The motion was subsequently withdrawn. 

The question then being on the motion of 
Aid. Ernst, it was 

Agreed to. 



ADJOURNMEIS^T. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved that the 
Council do now adjourn. 

The motion prevailed. 

And the Council stood adjourned. 



FRANZ AMBERG, 

City Clerk. 



\ 



April 22.1 28 1889. 




April 29,] 



29 



[1889 



CITY COUNCIL. 



REGULAR MEETING. 



-•.APRIL 29, 1889. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Present — His Honor the Ma> or and Ald- 
ermen Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Sunnnerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward ), Hepburn, Madden, Oelinien, Hickey, 
Burke f6tli ward), O'Brien (Btli ward), 
liove, Murj^hy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Walluer, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
CanipbelJ, Mills, J^andon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Byan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulviliill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d ward), Muelhoeler, 
O'Brien (28rd ward), MoCorniick, Tiede- 
mann and Dunham. 

Absent— one. 



MINUTES. 

Aid. Ernst moved lliat the minutes of 
the regular meeting held April 22, 1889, 
be approved without being read. 

The motion prevailed. 



KEPOliTS OF CITY OFFICEK.S. 

His Honor the Mayor submitted his re- 
port of releases from the House of Correc- 



tion, for the week ending April 29, 1889, 
which was 

Placed on file. 



ALSO, 

The following message: 

Chicago, April 29, 1889. 

(tEntlemen: I am heartily in favor of 
an eight hour ordinance, if it is framed so 
as to be just to our home contractors and 
laborers. But it seems to me that the eight 
hour ordinance passed at the last meeting 
of the Council, is not fair to Chicago con- 
tractors and workmen, but, discriminates 
to their injury in favor of parties beyond 
your jurisdiction. 1, therefore, recommend 
the reconsideration of the vote by which 
said ordinance was passed, and the passage 
of another ordinance, which shall meet the 
requirements of the resolution and better 
promote the welfare of the classes directly 
interested therein. 

Bespectfully, 

DeWitt C. Ckegier, 

Mayor. 



A|»ril *J'.M 



'I'll llii llniinrnhh llii ( ( 'iiiliiril of the 

( 'itji III < 'hlrmjii : 

All! < ':iiii|>l>fll iiio\ <'i|' to rtM-Miisi<l('r llic 
by wliicli tilt' ordiiioiicf iclcirrd to 
ill llic iiH'ssa^r ol His lloiim- the MiiNor, 
was passt'tl. 

'I'lic iiiol inn |ii CN ailed. 

Aid. Cauiphcll iiii>\t'd that tlic siil)sl it iitr 
ordinance sulmiitted !>> liis Honor the 
>layor. he imhlishcd and reterred to the 
Coiiiinittee on .liidieiary. 

'I'he motion prevailed. 

A N <>i;in N A .N< K. 

lie it ordn'nird /*// the ('ihj ('niiiiril nf Uie 
Cih/ nf <'hi< <i{i(>: 

Skction i. That in all contracts lor any 
puhlic improvement within the corporate 
limits of the City of Chicajio, i)iirsnant to 
any advertisement rcMpiircMl bylaw, ei^lit 
hoiirs shall constitute a lejial and full (la\ \s 
work: and a forfeiture of fifty dollars i)er 
day shall be deducted and withheld by the 
City of Chicago from the amount due on 
any contract for each and every day any 
laborer or employe is employed in violation 
of this section; provided, however, the pro- 
visions of tliis section sliall not apply to 
work done or executed at the factory, sliop, 
foundry or place of business of the con- 
tractor; nor sliall this section be construed 
to prevent an agreement between sucli 
employer and employes, to work more 
hours per day than is lierein specified. 

Sec. 2. In all advertisements for bids 
for any public improvement by any depart- 
ment of the city, the officer making such 
advertisement shall insert therein the pro- 
visions, in substance, of this ordinance, and 
shall also insert in all specifications and 
contracts the provisions of this ordinance. 

kSec. 8. All ordinances and parts of or- 
dinance inconsistent herewith are hereby 
repealed. 

.Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in force 
and take effect from and after its passage 
and due publication. 



ALSO, 

The following communication: 

Mayou'.s Officp:, ) 
Chicago, April 29, 1889. ) 

To the Honorable, the City Council : 

Gentemen: In conformity with the re- 
(piirements of law. I hereby submit the 
names of the gentlemen whom I have ap- 
pointed to the respective offices, hereinafter 
named, and respectfully ask the concur- 
rence of your honorable body in the said 
appointments as follows, viz: Dennis J. 
Swenie, Fire Marshal, his own successor: 
Charles S. Crain, Inspector of Oils, vice 
John F. Finnerty, resgned; John A. May, 
Prosecuting Attorney" vice Benj. F. Ricli- 
olson, resigned; Patrick J. Tierney, Boiler 
Inspector, vice W. Guthrie; Louis Adams, 



Sealer of Weights and .M e;isii res, vice K. 
Seeger, resigned; Joseph .Scliolield, (Jas 
Inspector, vice .lames (^iiirk, resigned; 
Ificliard .1. I'iper, City I'iiysiciaii, vice A. 
.1. Coc\, resigned; Chas. J. White, I'(»lic(r 
Justice at Dcsphiiiies street Ctiiit: Max 
I'llx'l hardl, I'ldice .justice at I )es|i|;im('s 
sticci C(Mirt; Williani O'lliieii, l'(»lice IJailill 
at I )esplaincs st red C(»u it : I loracc IJiin.von. 
I'olice Clerk at Dcsplaincs street C<»iiit: 
James l)o>h', I'olice Justice at West 
Twelfth street Court: .Morgan Miirphv, 
I'olice Kailiir at West Twelfth sficet Court; 
.Stanilus ,1. Ilalik, I'olice Clerk at Wesi, 
Twelfth street ('(Hirt: M. A. LalJiiy, I'olice 
Justice at West Cliicag<» a\cniie Court: 
James O'Doimell. I'olice I'.ailiir at U'est 
Chicago a\('n ne Court : II. C. Wols(»n, I'olic** 
Clerk at >\'est ( hicago a \ eiiiK; Coiii t : ( leorg<! 
Kersten. I'olice .liistice at lOast Chicago av- 
enue Court: John Ilannon, Police; Bailiff at 
East Chicago a\<;nue Court; K. J. lloelle, 
Police; Clerk at Kast ("hicago avenue Court; 
John K. Pi indiville. I'olice .Justice at Har- 
rison street (,'oui t ; M. li. M. Wallace, Police 
Justice, at Harrison strecit (,'oiirt; C. J. 
Leindecker, Police Bailiff at Harrison 
street Court: J. .S. lIendri(;kson, Police 
Chief Clerk at Harrison street (^ourt; 
Alonza A. Thompson, Asst. (>lerk at 
Harri.son street Court; Peter Clinton, 
Pound •keei)er, West Division; Timothy 
Corkery, Pound-keeper, South Division. 

DeWitt C. Ckegiei!, 

Mayor. 

Aid. Burke ffith wardi moved to concur 
in the appointments. 

Aid. Campbell moved that the appoint- 
ment of the Boiler Inspector be refernnl to 
the appropriate committee. 

Aid. McCormiek moved that tlie motion 
of Aid. Campbell be laid on the table. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Feas—Yierling, Gorton, Hepburn, Mad- 
den, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke (tithwardj, 
O'Brien i6th wardi, Murphy, Dvorak, Bun- 
ker, Pond, Kent, Lyke, Bowler. Kyan, Ko- 
walski, florn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
Harris. Powers, McCann. Long, Ernst, 
McGillen, Burke (22nd ward i, Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien i28rd wardi, McCormiek, Tiede- 
manu, Dunham — 88. 

A"«jys— Summerfield, Dixon (8rd wardi. 
"Walliier. Campbell, Mills; Landon, "Weiii- 
hardt; Jackson— 8. 

The question recurring on the motion to 
concur in the appointments, it was agreed 
to by yeas and nays as follows: 

!Fe«s— Dixon iTstwardt, Vierling, Sum- 
merfield. Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hic- 
key, Burke i 5th ward i. O'Brien i5th ward ), 
Love. Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill. Walfner, McEnerny, Pond. Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Evan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Long, Ernst, McGillBn, Burke 



» 

April 29,] 31 [1889. 



(2211(1 ward), Muelhoefer, 0,Brien, (23cl 
ward), McCormick, Tiedeiiiann, Dun- 
liam— 44. 

Nays—GfOiion, Dixon (3rd ward)— 2. 



Tlie Clerk presented the official bond of 
Clias. .S. Crain, as Inspector of Oils, in the 
l)enal sum of ten thousand dollars, with 
(leorge P. Oilman, William H. Ford, and 
James Walsh, as sureties. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved that the 
bond be approved. « 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yms— Dixon (1st ward), Vierling, Sum- 
nierfield, Oorton, Dixon (3rd ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehmen, Rickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien ((ith ward), Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, \Vallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Plorn, 
Young. Muivihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Long, Ernst, McOillen, Burke 
(22d ward), ■ Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23rd 
ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 46. 

Nays— N owe. 



ALSO, 

The official bond of Richard J. Piper, as 
City Physician, in the ])enal sum of live 
thousand dollars, wilh John Emnu^tt Ma- 
honey and Martin F. Crowe as sureties. 

Aid. Ryan moved that the band be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Dixon (1st ward), Yierling, Sum- 
merfleld. Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehnien, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward"). Love, 
ISEurphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Jjandon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Muivihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, J^ong, Ernst, McGillen, Burke 
22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d 
ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 46. 

N(tys — None. 



ALSO, ■ 

The official bond of Joseph Schofield, In- 
spector of Gas JNIeters, in the penal sum of 
ten thousand dollars, with James Walsh 
and George P. Oilman as sureties. 

Aid. Ryan moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Dixon (1st ward), Yierling, Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 



(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, Mur- 
phy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid will, 
Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, Camp- 
bell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Muivihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Long, Ernst. McGillen, Burke 
(22d ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23rd 
ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 46. 
Nays— ^one. 



ALSO, 

The official bond of Patrick J. Tierney, 
as Inspector of Steam Boilers, in the penal 
sum of five thousand dollars, with George 
P. Oilman and Adolph W. Maltby, as 
sureties. 

Aid. McCormick moved that the bond be 
approved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

I'eas- Dixon (1st ward), Yierling, Sum- 
merfleld, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Muivihill, llorner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Long, Ernst, Mc(^illen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward ), Tiedemann, Dunham— 46. 

Nays—^ont'. 



ALSO, 

The official bond of John A. May, as 
Prosecuting Attorney, in the penal sum of 
five thousand dollars, with James S. Carter, 
Henry Baker and Charles F. Gunther, as 
sureties. 

Aid. Ryan moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The, motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

l^eas— Dixon, (1st ward), Yierling, Suni- 
iiierfield, Gorton Dixon, (3rd ward) Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehnien, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6tli ward), Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan," Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Muivihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, 
Dunham — 46. 

iVai/s— None. 



ALSO, 

The official bond of Louis Adams, as 
Sealer of Weights and Measures, in the 



April 2fl,| 



?/3 



penal stini of live thotisaiid dollars, with 
Adolpli Kraiis and Samuel \\'ilk<.\v.-ky, as< 
siiretii's. 

Aid. I^oiij^ ed lliat the hoiid he ap- 

l»loved. 

'I'he mot lull |ire\aile(l l»\ yeas and nays 
as follows: 

l'(7/.s Dixon I 1st ward), l'"ierlinu, Sum- 
merlield. ( iorlon , Dixon (I5rd war(ii.llep- 
hnrn, Madden. Oehmen, lliikey, ihirke 
(tith w ard ). ( )' Brien (Ctth ward), l/ovc, Miir- 
jtliN. D\«trak, Ihinker, Ciillerlon, nidwiil, 
Walhu'r, .Mel-'neiny, I'omI, Keid, Camp- 
Ih'II, Mills, LaiKhin. Lyke. Weiidiardt. 
.laekson. Howler, l{\an, Kowalski, Horn, 
'N'ounu, Mulxiliill. li(»i'ner. I larris. I'owers, 
MeCann, lion^^ I-Jiist, Medillen. Burke 
(22d ward I, M iielhoel'er, O'I'.rien (2;;rd 
ward), McCormick, 'I'ii'demann, Dun- 
ham — 46. 

Nays — None. 



ALSO, 

The ofticial hoiul of Timothy Corkery, as 
Pound ]\Iaster of tlie South Di\ ision, in the 
])enal sum of five thousand dollars, with 
Daniel Corkery and Michael J. Branstiidd, 
as sureties. 

Aid. Burke (tUli ward) moved that the 
bond be a])proveil. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

yeas — Dixon (Ist ward), Yierlins, Sum- 
nierfield, Gorton, Dixon ( 3rd ward ), Ile])- 
biirn, Madden, Oehmen. Hickey, Burke 
(tith ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, 
^[urpliy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton. Bid- 
will. Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell. Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
bardt. .laekson, Bowler, Ryaii, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris!, 
Powers, McCann, Long, Ernst, ]NrcGillen, 
Burke (22d ward), ^NEuelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, 
Dunham — 46. 

JVttjys— Xone. 



The Corporation Counsel submitted an 
opinion as to the validity of the in-oceed- 
ings of the 12th instant. 

Aid. Burke (6th ward) moved that the 
same be laid over and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the opinion: 

City Law Depaktmext. ) 
CiiiCj.t;o, April 29, 1889. ) 

To the City Council of the City of Chicago : 

Gexteemex: Ton ask an opinion from 
this department as to the validity of j the 
proceedings of the Council of the 12th inst. 
From an examination of the printed pro- 
ceedings I find that there was a (luorum of 
the Council present, and that no question 
can be raised as to any of the proceedings 



oT the Council at that m«'eting exc(?pt re- 
lating to the lees of the Inspector ol Oils. 

I herewith attach a (•erlili< ate from the 
City Clerk cei t ify ing t hat on A in il 1 1 A Ider- 
nii'u M uclhoefcr, Dwidiani, iJiiiiker, Mc- 
Knerne>, Mills, Dixon | (>tlr |, Siimmerlield, 
O'Kricn, i;>an, Madden, .laekson, I-yke, 
D\(*rak, and Murphy ha<l (|ualilie(| as alder- 
men (d the present ( 'onncil, and I hat on the 
12th inst.. before the meeting of theCoun- 
<-il of that da.\'. the following aldermen had 
fliialilied: Keid, r.idwili. Mickey. Lotig 
ai#d McCiinn. 

'J lie <|uestion as to th»^ right of Alder- 
men to take their serts was b(;fore this 
de|)art ment on A))ril 12. JSHti. In an opinion 
fntm this department at that time, it wa.s 
h(d(l that "when the boaid of canvassers 
finishes its can\ass and the result is de- 
(dared and ent»'re(l of record in the County 
Court, and a cerfilied co]»y of such record 
tiled w ith the County Clerk, it becomes tlie 
duty of that officer upon ap])lication to issu«* 
the certilicates of (dection to those who 
have been declared el(!Cted aldermen. After 
receiving their certificates of election it be- 
comes the duty of the aldernjen (dected to 
take oath of ofiice prescribed by Section 4. 
Article C), (d' City Charter, and tliey are en- 
titled'thereunon to take their seats as mem- 
bers of the City Council." 

Witli this o])inion of the former Cor- 
poration Counsel 1 entirely agree, and, 
therefore, when the aldermen heretofore 
named hatl received their certificates of 
election, and (jualified on the 11th and 12th 
inst., they were then aldermen of the city 
aiul entitled to exercise the rights and 
duties of aldermen, and as such they wera 
entitled to take their seats in the City Coun- 
cil on the night of the 12th in.st. when the 
Council met. and the vote of any alderman 
who voted on any proposition before the 
Council on the 12th inst. who was succeeded 
by either of the foregoing aldermen cannot' 
be counted. This would leave but sixteen 
votes in favor of the passage of the ordin- 
ance concerning the fees of the Inspector of 
Oils; and, therefore, the ordinance not hav- 
ing received the votes of the "majority (►f 
all the members elected in the City Coun- 
cil" it, of necessity, failed of passage and 
therefore cannot now be considered as an 
ordinance of the City of Chicago. 

Kespectfully submitted, 

JOXAS IIUTCIIINSOX, 

Corporation Counsel. 

1 would call the attention of the Council 
to the fact that when the yeas and nays 
were called on the passage of all other or- 
dinances there were no nays and their were 
at least twenty-six votes of aldermen to 
whose right to vote no (piestion can be made 
and therefore, all such ordinances received 
the vote of a majority of all the aldermen. 

Respectfully, 

JOXAS IIUTCHIXSOX 



April 29,] 



33 



City Ci.ehk's Office, ) 
Chicago, April 29, 1889. ^ 

Dear Sir:— 1 give you lierewitli tiie in- 
formation requested in regard to tlie date 
of the (lualification of sueli Aldermen as 
were elected on April 2, 1889. Edward 
Muellioefer, Jauies S. Dunham, Geo. P. 
Bunker, Thos. E. McEnerny, Jno. C. Horn, 
re-etected; Daniel W. Mills, Lahan B. 
Dixon, Jno. Summerfield, Wm. J. O'Brien, 
Michael Byan, Martin B. Madden, Philip 
Jackson, Jno. W. Lyke, Fr<ink J. Dvorak, 
Wm. J. Murphy, re-elected. All of those 
whose names appear above were sworn 
into office on April 11, 1889. 

While the following were sworn in on 
April 12, the day of the meeting in (luestion, 
and before the meeting of the Council that 
evening: Wm. D. Kent, J. I^. Mulvihill, 
re-elected; Jos. E. Bidwill, Timothy C. 
Hickey, Daniel Long, James McCann. 

I am Sir, Very respectfully, 

Fraxz Amberg, 

City Clerk. 

Hex. JOXAS niTTCHTXSOX, 

Corporation Counsel, Ch icago. 



The Cleiiv presented the report of the 
Commissioners to make estimate for the 
erection of sixty-three lamp posts on Fulton 
street, from Kockwell street to Iloman av- 
enue. 

Aid. Landon moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
taclied be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for the erection of fifty-five lamp 
posts on Western avenue, from West Divis- 
ion street to Armitage avenue. 

Aid. Weinhardt moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for the erection of eighteen lamp 
posts on West Harrison street, from Bock- 
well street to California avenue. 

Aid. Campbell moved that the report be 
approved and that the ordej' thereto attach- 
ed be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



AESO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for sidewalk on Grenshaw street, 
from Claremont avenue to Western avenue. 



Aid. Campbell moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto attach- 
ed be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



A E SQ, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for sidewalk on West (Jongress 
street, from Albany avenue to Kedzie av- 
enue. 

Aid. Campbell moved that the report be 
approved, and that the order f hereto attach- 
ed be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to mal^e 
estimate for sidewalk on Garfield avenue, 
from llerntlon street to Eewis street. 

Aid. Hage moved that the report be ap- 
proved and that the order Ihereto attached 
be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for sidewalk on Dickson street,, 
from AVest Division street to JSTorth avenue. 

Aid. Bowler moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



The Commissioner of Public Works pre- 
sented a report an ordinance for vSidewalk 
on the north side of Grand avenue, from 
California avenue to West Chicago avenue. 

By nnanimons consent, on motion of Aid. 
Weinhardt, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Veas — Dixon ( 1st ward ), Yierling, 
Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oelimen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (5tli ward). 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cul- 
lerton, Bidwfll, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, trills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Byan, 
Kowalski, Horn. Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd ward), Muel- 
hoefer. O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham— -tT. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO. 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk 
on both sides of California avenue, from 
West Harrison street to WestKinzie street. 



84 



flS89. 



I(y iitKiiiiiiHMis roiisi'iit, on iiii»tinti ol A Id. 
I«:iiMlnti, til*' orditiaiirc \mis put ii|m)Ii its 
passage ami passnl ity \ I'lis ami nays ua 
iollows: 

Ytuts — list wanli, \"n'V- 

liiiil, Siiiiimfrlit'NI, (loilini, Dixon iMni 
ward I, lli'plMiiii. .Maddfii, Orhnicii, 
llickry, IJiukc itWIi waidi. O lliicn iftlli 
ward I, I<o\i'. Murphy, Dxorak, IJiirikrr. 
( Mllcrton. Uidwili, Walliit-r, McKui'niy, 
I'oiid. K<>id. ('aiiipl)t>|l. Mills. Laiidoii. 
L\k«'. W'ciidiardI, .lafksoii, IJowlrr. K\aii, 
Kowalski, Horn, ^'oiinj;, Mulvihiil, llor- 
iht, Harris. Powrrs, Mcraiin, Ila^', I.oiij:, 
Kriisl. McCillcn. lJurkr I'J'Jiid w ard i. Miud- 
Iiollt'i-. O'liricii ili:;rd ward), M('( "orniick. 
'ricdrniaiin Diinliaiii 47. 

Xitys Noiii'. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk 
on both -^iih's of KIk (irove street, fnnn 
North avenue to Annitagt' avenue. 

By nnannnous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Vais — Dixon (1st ward). Vier- 
ling. Suunnerfield. (Jorton. Dixon (3rd 
w ard I. Hepburn. Madden. Oehnien. Ilickey, 
Hurke (tUh ward). O'Brien ( 6tli ward), 
I. ove. Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton, 
Bidwill. Wallner, McEnerny. Pond. 
Kent. Canipbell. Mills. Landon. Lyke. 
W^inliardt. Jackson. Bowier. Kvan. 
Kow alski. Horn, Younu". ^lulvihill. florner, 
Harris. Powers. McCann. Hage, Long, 
Ernst. ^McCrillen. Burke (22nd ward). Muel- 
liotter. O'Brien (28d ward). McCorniiek. 
Tiedeniann. Dunham — 47. 

A'cj 1/6— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk 
on both sides of Elizabeth street, from 
West Kandolph street to Erie street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Horn, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passea oy yeas and nays as 
foUow's: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st wardi Tierling, 
Summerfield. Gorton. Dixon i3d ward). 
Hepburn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickey. Burke 
(t)th ward). O'Brien (6th ward), Love, 
Murpliy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. Bid- 
will. AA'allner. ^McEnerny. Pond, Kent, 
Campbell. Mills. Landon. Lyke. Weinhardt. 
Jackson. Bowier. Byan. Kowalski. Horn, 
Young. Mulvihiil. Horner. Harris. Powers. 
;McCann. Hage, Long. Ernst. McGillen. 
Burke ( 22nil 'ward ). Muelhoefer. O'Brien 
(23d Ward). McCormick, Tiedemann. Dun- 
ham — i7, 
A a 1/8— None. 



.\ report and ordinance lor sidewalk <»n 
lM»th sides of Halsted street, InMii We.st 
.Madison str»M't to West TweKth street. 

|{y nnaninions eoii.sent, on motion of A Id. 
Harris, the ordinam-e was put upon its 
i»assa;ie and |»assed b\ \ eas and na\ s as fol- 
lows: 

Ycds Dixon (1st ward). X'ierling, 
Snmm«*rlield. (;«»rton, Dixon (:;i(lwanl), 
Hepburn, .Mft<lden, Oebnn-n. Hiekey, 

I Burke (tJtli ward). O'Brien nWh ward'i. 
Love, Miir|>liy, Dvorak, iJunk'T, Cnllerloii, 

I Bidwill, Wallner, .MeKm rn>, I'ond. Ker)t, 
Campbell. .Mills. Landon. L\"ke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson. Bowler, Byan. Kowalski. Horn, 
Vounu. Muhihill. Horner. Harris. I'owers, 
MeCann, Hage. L(»n<,'. Krnsf, M<(;illen, 
Burke (22nd wardi, Miielhoefer, O'lirien 
(23rd ward^ McCormick. 'i'iedemann, Dun- 
ham — t". 
iV«j/s— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides of Ked/.ie avennt', from West 
VanBuren street to Central Park boulevard. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Cami)bell, the ordinance w as i)Ut u\n>u its 
passage ami j)assed by yeas and nays as 
I follows: 

Yeas — Dixon 1 1st ward). Vierling, 
Summertield. (Jorton. Dixon (3d wanl), 

' Hepburn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickey. 

, Burke (t5th ward). O'Brien i6th ward). 
Love. Murphy. Dvorak, Bunker. Cullerton, 
Bidwill. Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell. Mills, Landon, ' Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bow ler. Kyan, Kow akski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihiil, Horner, Harris, 
Powers. McCann. Hage. Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d w ardj. "Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (23d wardi, McCormick, Tiede- 
man. Dunham— 47. 
Xa ijs — None. • 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides of Meridian street, from Des- 
plaines street to Halsted street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Harris, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward). Vierling, 
Summerfield. Gorton. Dixon (:3rd ward), 
He])burn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickey. Burke 
( 6th ward ). O'Brien (6th ward ). Love. Mur- 
phy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. Biilwill, 
Wallner. McEnerny, Pond. Kent. Campbell. 
Mills. Landon. Lyke, Weinhardt. Jackson. 
Bowler. Byan, kowalski. Horn. Young, 
^lulvihill. Horner. Harris. Pow ers. McCann, 
Hage. Long. Ernst. McGillen. Burke (22nd 
ward ). Muelhoefer. O'Brien ( 23 ward i. Mc- 
Cormick. Tiedemann, Dunham — 47. 
Xa tys— None. 



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35 



11889, 



ALSO^ 

A report, and ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides of Peterson street, from Kobey 
street to Hoyne avenue. 

J3v unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Itvan, tiie ordinance was put upon its 
])assage and passed by yeas and nays.as 
follows: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward), Vierling, 
Siimmerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), 
Jlepburn, Madden, Oehmen. Hick- 
ey, Burke (5th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, CuUerton, 
BidweJI, Wa'ilner, McEnery, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, J^yke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Byan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young", Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, ISIcCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
(iillen. Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (28d ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunliam — 47. 

Nays.— ^ one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides of Pleasant place, from Perry 
street to Hoffman avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Ryan, the ordinance was put upon its pas- 
sage and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows : 

l^cas — Dixon (1st ward), Vierling, 
Summertield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), 
Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke ((itli ward), O'Brien (6th ward). 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, AVallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Eyan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris. Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCortnick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 47. 

Nays-— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides *of Ogden Place, from Paulina 
street to Wood street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Campbell, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Fc(ts — Dixon (1st ward), Vierling, 
ISummerfield, Gorton, Dixon (8rd ward), 
Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen, Hickev, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Byan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 



Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(2Brd ward), McCormick, Til^demann, Dun- 
ham— 47. 

Nays — None. 



ALSO, 

A report aud ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides of West Clybourn place, from 
Ashland avenue to Robey street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Bowler, the ordinance was put upcm its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows; ,fp 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward), Vierling* 
Summertield, Gorton, Dixon (8rd ward)' 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward)' 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullertou' 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent' 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hartlt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski* 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, liOng, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (28rd ward), McCormicl^, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham — 47. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
West Twentieth street, from Ashland av- 
enue to Western avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Wallner, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Dixon fist ward), Vierling, 
Summertield, Gorton, Dixon (8rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, W einhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
McCann Hage, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(28rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 47. 

Nays— None. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk 
on Campbell Park street, from Leavitt 
street to Oakley avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Campbell the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward), Verling, 
Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey 
Burke (6th ward) O'Brien (6th w^ard). 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kejit, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 



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Yoiiii);. Miilviliill, llonuT, llarrLs I'^wcrs, 
M«-<'aiin. Ilai:»*', LonK< Kriist .M«'< iilU'ii. 
iturko I'JL'inl ward I, MufllMM'ffr. O'lJrien 
)'j:tril wanh. .M*-( '«>riiii«-k, Tu\U*iiihiui. l>un- 
liaiii — 47. 
Nay9 — Nuiio. 



AI-SO. 

A r»'|»«>rt aiitt onlinaiioe for si»lfwalk on 
iMitli sitU'.s «»f Town stret't, from lUarkhawk 
stritn to North av»'mu'. 

liv iinaiiiiuous rons«Mit. on motion of Aid. 
HurVe t"Jl!nd wardt, tin* ordinance was ]mt 
n|Mtn its passa^;!* and pas^txl l»y yeas 
ami nays as follo.vs: 

Yi'its Dixon 1 1st wanli, Vierlinj:. Sum- 
mertield. <iorton, Dixon (3«l ward). Ilep- 
luini. Mad«len. Oehmen. IIi«key, Burke 
iHth wanli. O'Brien i«tli ward>, Love, 
Murpliy, Dvorak. Bunker, i'ullerton. Bid- 
will. Wallner. Mi Enerny, Pond. Kent^ 
('ami»l>eli. Milb. I.andoiu Lyke. Wein- 
liardt, Jackson. Bowler. Kyan. Kowalski, 
Horn, Youni:. Mulvihill. Horner. Harris, 
Powers. McCaun. Hage, Long. Ernst, Mc- 
iJillen. Burke i22d ward Muelhoefer. 
O'Brien 'JTM ward*. MeCoroiick, Tiede- 
mann. Dunham — 47. 

Xai/sSoiie. 



AL<0, 

A rei>«>rt and ordinance for sidewalk on 
lK»tIi sides of Xorth Clark street, from Chi- 
cago avenue to North I'ark avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Tietlemann. the «>rdinaiice w as put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

rea.'i — Dixon ilst ward . Vierling, 
Summerrteld. (iortou. Dixon (3d ward>, 
Hepburn. Madden. Oehmcn. Ihck- 
ey. Burke i Ktli w iird i. O'Brien i 6th ward 
Love, Muri^hy, Dvorak. Bunker. CuUerton. 
Bid will. Wallner, 3IcEnerv. Pund. Kent, t 
Campbell. Mills. Landon." Lyke. Wein- 
hardt. Jackson. Bi»w ler. Byan. Kowalski, 
Horn. Young. Muiviliiil. Ilorner. Harris, 
Powers. MeC:\un. Hage. Long. Erust, Me- | 
Gillen, Burke i 22d "ward i." Muelh«»efer. 
O'Brien i 2:il wardi. McCormick, Tietle- 
mann. Dunham — 47. I 

Xaij-s. — 2s<»ue. i 



ALSO, 

A rep«.»rt and ordinance for sidewalk on 
on the north side of Chestnut street, from 
North State street to Cass street. 

By unanimous consent. «»n motion i>f Aid. 
Tiedemann, the • »rdinanee was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nars fol- , 
lows: ' ■ " ; 

Yeas — Dixon • 1st ward ^ Vierling, I 
Sumnierlield, G^^rton. Dixon t3d w ardji» 
Hepl>urn. Madden. Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke tftth ward;. O'Brien tdth ward';, 1 



Love, .Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, Cullert4>ii, 
hidwill. \\ allner. M« Knerny, Pond, Kent, 
CamplN'll, Mill>. Laiidoii, '•Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, .Ia« ks4>n. liowler. Kvan, Kowal.ski, 
Hiirn, Young, MuUihili. Horner. Harms 
powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mi'- 
<;illen. Burke r^l wanli. Muelhofer, 
O'Brien rjai wanh, McCormick, Tiede- 
mann. Dunham— 47. 
X«<i/»— None. 



A rei»ort and or for sidewalk tin 

Ixith sides of Ni net. n^t, from state 

street to Grove street. 

By unanimous eons+'nt. on motion of AM. 
Oehujcn. the ordinance was put uixm its 
passage and passetl by yeas and nays a,> 
follow's: 

Yeas — Dixon •Ist wardt. Vierling, Smii- 
mertield. Gorton, Dixon i:i4l wardt, HejH 
burn. Madden, Oehmen, Hi«-key, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien *if>th ward t. Love, 
Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. Bid- 
will, Wallner. McEnerny, Pond, Kent. 
Canipl)ell, 31ills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, KowalsKi, 
Horn. Young, Mulvihill. Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage. Long. Enist, Mc- 
Gillen. Burke •■22d wanl i. " Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien 1 23«1 ward '. 31cCormick. Tiede- 
mann. Dunham — 47. 

A'«i/.y— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and onlinance for lifty lamp 
posts on Ke<lzie avenue, from West Harri- 
son street to Central Park l»oulevard. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Campl>elL the ordinance was put ui>on its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Ytits — Dixon 1 1st wanh. Vierling. Sum- 
uiertield. Gorton. Dixon io«l wanh. He|»- 
burn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickey. Burke 
I tith ward > . O'Brien i ♦>th ward <. Love Mur- 
phy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. Bi»lwill. 
Wallner. McEnerny. Pont. Kent, t/amj*- 
l>ell. Mills. Landon. L>kc. Weinharrit. 
Jacks*>n, Bowler. Kyan. Kowalski, Horn, 
Y'oung. Mulviliill. Horner. Harris. Pow- 
ers. McCann, Hage. Long. Ernst Mc(iillen, 
Burk (±2d wanh. Muelh«>efer. O'Brien i'23*\ 
w ard I , McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham 

Xays — None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance rei>t a]ing ordin- 
ance for opening and widening Kedzie ave- 
nue, from Central Park iK^ulevard to West 
Chicago avenue. 

By unanimous consent. «»n motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 



April 29, 1 



37 



1889. 



passage and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows: 

Fcas— Dixon (1st ward), Vierling, Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oelimen, Hickey, Burke 
(6tli ward), O'Brien (6tli ward), Love, 
Murphv, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, MoEneiny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, .Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham— 47. 
^ iVays— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

OKDINA]S'CE 

Eepealing ordinance for opening and widen- 
ing Kedzie avenue, from Central Park 
boulevard t,o West Chicago avenue. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for the opening and widen- 
ing of Kedzie avenue, from Central Park 
boulevard to West Chicago avenue," passed 
November 12, 18s8, be and the same is here- 
by repealed. 

.Sec. 2. That the Corporation Counsel is 
hereby directed to dismiss and discontinue 
all proceedings in the Superior Court of 
Cook County in respect to said imx)rove- 
ment. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for repealing 
ordinance and annulling assessment for the 
improvement of LaSalle street, from Kan- 
dolpli street to Lake street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of AI d 
Dixon (1st ward), the ordinance was put 
upon its passage and passed by yeas and 
nays as follows: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward), Yierling, 
Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (tjth ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22nd ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham— 47. 

Nays— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

OKDINANCE 

Kepealing ordinance and annulling assess- 
ment for the improvement of LaSalle 
street, from Randolph street to Lake 
street. 



Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chica go : 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for the improvement of La- 
Salle street, from Randolph street to Lake 
street," passed December 27, 1887, be and 
the same is hereby repealed, and that the 
assessment made under the provisions of 
said ordinance, confirmed September 19, 
1888, Warrant 9268, be and the same is here- 
by annulled. 

Sec. 2. That the Comptroller is hereby 
directed to refund all moneys paid on ac- 
count of said Warrant 9268, upon the pre- 
sententation of the original receipts for the 
same. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for repealing 
ordinance and annulling assessment for^ 
the improvement of West Indiana street^ ' 
from Tinkliam avenue to Crawford avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward), Yierling, 
Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th 
ward), Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, 
Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, McEnernj-, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, 
Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd ward), Muel- 
hoefer, O'Brien, (23rd ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham — 47. 

Nays — None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed 

ordinance 

Repealing ordinance and annulling assess- 
ment for the improvement ot" West 
Indiana street, from Tinkham avenue 
to Crawford avenue. 

BPr it ordained hi/ the City Council of the 
^^ty of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for the improvement of 
West Indiana street, from Tinkham ave- 
nue to Crawford avenue," passed January 
3, 1887, be and the same is hereby repealed, 
and that the assessment made under the 
provisions of said ordinance, confirmed 
February 23, 1887, Warrant 7736, be and the 
same is hereby annulled. 

Sec. 2. That the Comptroller is hereby 
directed to refund all moneys paid on ac- 
count of said Warrant 7736, upon the pres- 
entation of the original receipts for the 
same. 

Sec. -3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



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[1889. 



ALSO, I 

A rr|M»rl and nnliiianrr for rr|M aliiiu or- j 
(litiatK-r aii«l aiiiiiilliii;; ass« >.siii«Mit for tin* I 
iiii|ir<)vriii«'iit of aIN'Nsiii |{|4»i k \V. • . 
;uhI W. ^, N. K. '^.Si'f tion ll. lV.K H. 

Ity iinaiiiiiioiis constMit. oil motion of Aid. 
ro\\ii>, llic ordiiiaiK-i' was put ii|Mtii lis 
iiassauc and passed by yeas and nays as 
lollow s: 

lV<i«— DIn'oii (1st wardt, Viprlinf:, 
SmniiuTfu'ld. (;(»rt«»n. Dixon ilird wiirdi, 
Iltplmrn. Madd«'n, (►ilmim. Ilirki'v, , 
lJurkr uith ward), o lirim i»>tli wardi. | 
Lovt', Murphy. Dvorak. Hunker. ('uiN rton, i 
llidwill, WalliMT. Mt KiM rny. Pond. Kent, i 
('ainplK'll, Mills. I.andon, Lyk«'. Wt inliardt, 
.larkson. IJowlt-r. Kyan. Kowalski. Horn, 
Voun<;. Mulviliill. IIonuT. Harris. Po\v» rs, 
McCann, Ilai;e. Loni:. Krnst, Mt(iilU'n. 
liurko (22iul wardi. Mu«lliorf»'r. ()"Hri<*n 
i2:mI wanli. McCornilck. Tic-demann, Dun- 
ham — 47. 
^ Xitys.—'Sone. 

The folloAving is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Repealing ordinance and annulling assess- 
ment tor ihe improvement of alleys in 
Bhx'k 19. Canal Trustees' Sub«livision 
of W. and W. -. . X. E. Section 
17, 39. 14. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An ordinance for the improvement of 
allevs in Block 19. Canal Trustees" Sub- 
division of W. i„ and W. y. E. hi. Sec- 
tion 17» 39, 11," pajssed Xoveinber 8, 188^. 
be and the same is hereby repealed, and 
that the assessment made under the pro- 
visions of said ordinnnce confirmed .Jan- 
uary Irt. 1889. Warrant 9271. be and the 
same is hereby annulled. 

Sec. 2. That the Comptroller is hereby 
directed to refund all moneys paid on ac- 
count of said Warrant 9271. upon the pres- 
entation of the original receipts fur tlie 
same. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall l^e in force 
from and after its passage. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for repealing or- 
dinance for sidewalk on Paulina street, 
from Armitage avenue to Commercial 
street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Bowler, the ordinance was pnt upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Veas — Dixon ilst ward). Tierling. 
Summertield. Gorton. Dixon i.3d wardi, 
Hepburn. Madden. Oehmen. Hickey, 
Burke if5th wardi. O'Brien i rtth ward'i. 
Love. Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker. Cullerton. 
Bidwill, Wallner, 3IcEnerny. Pond, Kent. 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke. Wein- 



hardt. .larkftoii. Itow ler. K>:in. Kowalski, 
Horn. Young, .Muhihill. liorner. Harris, 
I'owiTs. MrCatiii. Hage, Long. Krn>l. .M« - 
Gillrii. Burke 1 22d wanh. Mueilioefrr, 
o'Brii'ii (2J5«I ward I. NI' < onuick. Tied»-- 
iiiann. Duiiliaiii- 47. 
iV*tI/»<— .None. 

The following is the ordinnnce as passed: 

OKIIINA.NCK 

Kepraling ordinan<-e for sidewalk on the 
west side of Paulina street, from Armit- 
age avenue to (.'omniercial street. 

lU' it ordnimil hy the City Counril ttf the 
City of Chirotji,: 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"An f»rdinaiiee for sidewalk on the wester- 
ly side <if Paulina street, from Armitage 
avi*nue toCommen ial street," ]tassed March 
25. 1889. !)e ami the same is hen-by repealed. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance sliall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

petitions, communications and 
ordinances. 

Aid. Tiedemann presented an order for 
curbing, grading and jjaving with cedar 
blocks Beilevue Place, from Ku.sh street to 
its w estern terminus, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. O'Brien presented a i>etition and an 
order for an ordinance repealing an ordi- 
nance for improving Pearson street, from 
Wells street to its western terminus, and a 
new ordinance for paving with cedar 
blocks Pearson street, from Wells street to 
Franklin street, which were 

Referred to Department of Public Works 
for proper ordinances. 

Aid. Muelhoefer presented an order to 
advertise for bids and let contract for im- 
proving Grant street, from La Salle avenue 
to Xorth Clark street, and moved its pass- 
age. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of 
Public Works, be and he is hereby author- 
ized and directed to advertise for proposals 
for curbing, grading and paving Grant 
street, from LaSalle avenue to Xorih Clark 
street, and to let the contract for the same 
to the lowest responsible bidder: provided. 
such contractor will w ait for payment un- 
til the assessment for the same shall have 
been collected. 

Aid. McCann presented the petiti(m of 
Edward McQuaid for permission to erect a 
protection gate across the approach to any 
of the double-roadway river bridges, which 
was 



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[1889 



Referred to the Committee on Harbor 
and Bridges. 

Aid. McCann presented an order estab- 
lishing side^valk space on the east side of 
Lytle street, from McAllister to Gillespie 
place at 20 feet, and move its passage. 

Aid. Kent moved that it be referred to 
the Committee on Streets and Alleys W. D. 
The motion prevailed. 

Aid. ITorn presented an order for the con- » 
struction of the electric light plant on Mil- 
waukee avenue, Flalsted street and Blue 
Island avenue, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Gas, Oil 
and Electric Lights. 

Aid. Kj an presented a petition for the 
opening of Webster avenue, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Local As- 
sessments. 

Aid. Bowler presented an order rescind- 
ing an order passed April 22, 1889, staying 
the laying of drains and water service 
pipes, "in sundry streets, and moved its pas- 
sage. 

Aid. Ryan demanded for the yeas and 
nays on the passage of the order, which 
were taken, and the order was passed by 
yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Dixon (1st ward), A^ierlino^, Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehmen, O'Brien ibth 
Avard), Love, Murphy,Dvorak, Bunker, Cul- 
lerton. Bid well, Wallner, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kowalski, Young, 
Mulvihill, Powers, Hage, Long, O'Brien 
(23d ward). McCormick— 33. 

JV^ays— Burke (15th ward), Harris— 2. 

The following is the order as passed: 

That the following order passed April 22, 
1889: 

Oirlered, That the proper authorities 
stay proceedings in the matter of either col- 
lecting the assessments or letting contracts 
for private drains on Elston avenue, AVest 
Xortli avenue, California avenue, from 
AVest North avenue to Fullerton avenue; 
Elk Grove avenue, from North avenue to 
Armitage avenue; and Dudley street, from 
West North avenue to Armitage avenue. 

The Law Department and the Depart- 
ment of Public Works, are hereby directed 
to take the same steps in regard to water 
service pipes in all of the above streets, ex- 
cepting Elston avenue, be and the same is 
hereby rescinded, and the Department of 
Public Works is hereby directed to proceed 
with the improvements. 

Aid. Jackson presented an order for 
curbing, grading and paving with cedar 
blocks, California avenue, from Division 
street to North avenue, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Jackson presented an order for curb- 
ing, grading and paving with cedar blocks, 
Hoyne avenue, from Chicago avenue to 
Division street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 

Aid. Landon presented an order for an 
estimate of the cost of a viaduct on liake 
street, and across Rockwell street, and 
moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic AVorks be and he is hereby directed to 
prepare and send to this Council, the esti- 
mated cost of constructing a viaduct on 
Lake street and across Rockwell street; 
also, to ascertain as near as possible the 
amount of land damages in consequence 
of the construction of said viaduct. 

Aid. Landon presented an order for side- 
walk on the east side of Drake avenue, 
from Central Park boulevard to Chicago 
avenue, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
AA-^orks for an ordinance. 

Aid. Landon presented a petition and an 
order for paving with cedar blocks, Fulton 
street, from Rockwell street to California 
avenue, which were 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 

Aid. Campbell presented a petition of 
owners of property in the AVest Division, 
protesting against the granting of any fran- 
chises to any Elevated Railroad Company, 
until the road already having secured a 
franchise has been built and equipped, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, W. D. 

Aid. Campbell presented the revocation 
of consent given by Michael Daley, 168 
Ogden avenue, to The West Chicago Rapid 
Transit Companj*, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, AV. D. 

Aid. Campbell presented an ordinance 
amending an ordinance fixing water rates, 
passed July 30, 1888, and moved that the 
same be published and referred to the 
Committee on Fire and AA^ater. 

The motion prevailed. 

AN OEDI^TANCE 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the , 
City of Chicago: 

Sec. 1. That an ordinance fixing water 
rates, passed July 30, 1883, be and the same 
is hereby amended as follows: 

The table of frontage rates in said ordi- 
nance entitled "Frontage Rates" is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows, to-wit: 



April L".M 



40 



l<'U()NTA(n': UATKH. 



iVoiit VVidtli of lJuil.liiiK. 




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BturiuH in llt-iKlit of linildii K0. 





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Two. 




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5 50 


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25 00 


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28 00 



Skc. 2. 'I'lu; first and .second items nnder 
title, "Class 1, I'rivate Dwelling Rates" in 
said ordinance are hereby amended so as to 
read as follows: 

Jiathing tnbs in ])rivate dwelling 
houses onlj-, beyond one, eacli, per 

annum ^2 50 

Water closets and privy vaults in pri- 
vate dwelling houses only, beyond 

one, per aninini 2 50 

Sec. 3. AH ordinances and parts of ordi- 
nances in conflict herewith are hereby re- 
pealed. This ordinance shall take effect 
and be in force from and after its passage. 



Aid. Campbell presented a petition and 
an ordinance for the location of a passen- 
ger station and opening a new street east 
of Rockwell street and between Madison 
and Monroe streets, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, W. D. 



Aid. Campbell presented a petition for 
curbing, filling and paving Avon place, 
fromlloyne avenue to its western terminus, 
which was 

Referred to the Deparfment of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Mills presented an order to let con- 
tract for improving Sacramento avenue, 
•from Lake street to Yan Buren street, and 
moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise for bids and let contract for pav- 



ing Sacramento avenue, from I^ake street 
to ^'an l>iiren street, to the lowest resjjon- 
siblc bidder; provided, the contractor will 
wait for his ])ay until the assessment has 
been collected. 



Aid. Wallner presented an order requir- 
ing the West Chicago Street Railroad Com- 
pany to sprinkle sundry streets, and moved 
its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

IMie following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Ctmimissioner of Pub- 
lic Works order the Chicago West Division 
Street Railway Company to sprinkle the 
following streets on and after May 1: Blue 
Island avenue, from Wood to Western 
avenue: Eighteenth street, from Wood to 
Leavitt street; Leavitt street, from Eigh- 
teenth street to Blue Island avenue; and 
said streets shall not be sprinkled less than 
twice per day. 



Aid. Wallner presented an order for an 
ordinance establishing grade on West Eigh- 
teenth street, from Western avenue to Cali- 
fornia avenue, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. McEnerny presented an order and a 
petition concerning the height of curb- 
walls on Ogden avenue, between Twelfth 
street and (Jalifornia avenue, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, W. D. 

Aid. Bidwill presented an ordinance 



April 29,J 



41 



amending the dog ordinance, passed June 
11, 1888, and moved its passage. 

Tlie motion prevailed by ayes and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Dixon [1st ward], Vierling, Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon [3rd wardj, Hep- 
burn, Maddon, Oelimen, Ilickey, Burke 
[6tli ward], O'Brien [titli ward], Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnery, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, McCann, Hage, Lond, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Burke |22d ward|, Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien I23d ward J, McCormick, Dunham 
—46. - 

Nays— None. 



The following is the ordinance as passed: 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That section 5 of an ordi- 
nance, entitled "An ordinance regulating 
the taxing and impounding of dogs," passed 
June 11, 1888, be and the same is hereby 
amended by striking out the words "City 
Collector" in the 20th, 28th and 82d lines 
thereof, and inserting in lieu thereof the 
words "City Clerk." 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



Aid. Love presented an order for a 11 foot 
sidewalk on the south side of West Twen- 
ty-second street, from Brown street to the 
south branc*h of the Chicago river, which 
was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Madden presented an order for a 
sewer in Calumet avenue, from Thirty-sev- 
enth street to a distance 307 feet north, 
which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works with power to act. 



Aid. Dixon [3d ward] presented an order 
for the improvement of snndrj' alleys, be- 
tween Twenty-sixth and Thirty-third 
streets and State street and Cottage Grove 
avenue, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The followmg is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
prepare and submit to this council an ordi- 
nance for paving with cedar blocks all un- 
paved alleys which open on improved 
streets and being within the boundary of 
Twenty-sixlh street on the north. State 
street on tlie west, Cottage Grove avenue 
on the east/and Thirty-third street on the 
south. 



Aid. Dixon [3d ward] presented an ordi- 
nance concerning the building line on 
streets, which was ordered published and 
referred to the Committee on Public Build- 
ings. 

AN ORDINANCE. 

Beit ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

That no permit shall be issued by the 
Commissioner of Buildings for the erection 
of any building, or theiuiprovement of any 
building, when such building or improve- 
ment is to extend nearer tlie street line, 
than any building now erected on the street, 
in the block wliereon said building or im- 
provement is to be situated, without the 
written consent of the owners of at least 
one-half of the properly fronting said 
street, in said block, being first obtained 
and tiled in the office of said Commissioner 
of Buildings; %)rovided, such permit may 
issue for such building, or improvement 
where the same does not extend nearer 
than twenty feet of said street line without 
such written consent. 



Aid. Vierling presented an order for 
lamp posts on Nineteenth street, fnmi State 
street to Purple street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Vierling presented a preamble and 
resolution providing for the appointment 
of a committee of live, to devise means 
for the abatement of the smoke nuisance, 
and moved its passage. 

Aid. Cullerton moved tlmt it be referred 
to the Committee on Fire and Water. 

Aid. Vierling moved to suspend the 
rules for the purpose of putting the reso- 
lution on its passage. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

y'eas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vierl- 
ing,Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon(3rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oelimen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, Mur- 
phy. Dvorak, Bunker, Bid will, Wallner, 
McEnerny, Pond, Kent, Mills, Landon, 
Ryan, Horner, Harris, Powers, Hage, Long, 
Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham — 31. 

iV'ai/s— Cullerton, Lyke, Weinhardt, Jack- 
son, Bowler, Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mc- 
Gillen, O'Brien (23d ward)— 10. 

The question then recurring on the pass- 
age of the resolution, it prevailed by yeas 
and nays as follows: 

Yeas — Whelan, Vierling, Summerfiekl, 
Gorton, Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hick- 
ey, Burke [6th ward], O'Brien [6th ward], 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Bidwill, 
Wallner, McEnerny, Kent, Landon, Jack- 
son, Mulvihill, Horner, Powers, Long, Mc- 



April '^'.M 



(lilU'ii, niirkc |*J2(I \v:ii(l|, M iirllKM-lcr, 
MrConiiick liH. 

NoiiH - Dixoii I Isl wardj, hixoii 
wani |, INtiid, ("imipl)cll. Mills, L\ kc, Wviw- 
lianll, Horn. Ihi.nv, <r|{ricii \'J.:u\ \v:ir(l|, 
Diiiiliain II. 

TIm' rolldwiii;^ is llic rcsoliil ion as pa.ssc*!: 

W II i:ici:as, II is a well known fact, to 
this ('(Miiicil and lo the ^rncral imblic that 
till! cnrorccnM'nl (d Ihc cil.N ordinances 
NoH. l<>r)0 and H'lfjl , has been an nllcr fail- 
ure: and 

W II i:i:i:a s. The cm issiomd' dense smoke, 
throu.uhoid the cit\, especially in the hnsi- 
ness dislrici, is steadily on the increase;, to 
the detriment of healtii and incons cnience 
of onr cit i/.ens; be it 

licsol vcil, That a special committee of 
five be. appointed by the Chair whose duly 
shall be to investig;it(; the matter and make 
a report to this Coniicil with their recom- 
meiidatioii, aiul abate the nuisance. 

llis Honor the Mayor api)ointed the fol- 
lowing Committee: 

Aid. F. C, ViKULi.N(i, 
" T. C. Hick 10 V, 
" J. S. DrxiiAM, 

E. MUELIIOEFKK, 
" 1. llOKXKU. 



By consent, Aid. I^yke presented an or- 
der directing the Smoke Inspector to en- 
force the ordinances in regard to the emis- 
sion of smoke, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

l^cas— Dixon [1st wardJ, Gorton, Dixon 
[3d AvardJ, Hepburn, Madden, Oehnien, 
Burke [tUh ward |, Love, Murphy, Dvorak, 
Cullerton, Bidwiil, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, AVeinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, 
Kowalski, Yonn-g, Mulvihill, Horner, Har- 
ris, Powers, Hage, Long, O'Brien (23d 
wardJ— 33. 

2Vai/s— Yierling, Snmmerfield, Hickey, 
O'Brien ftith wardJ, Bunker, Horn. Mc- 
(lillen. Burke [22d wardJ, Muelhoefer, 
McCormick, Dunham — 11. 

The following is the order as passed : 

Ordered, That the Smoke Inspector be 
and he is hereby instructed to enforce the 
smoke ordinance and abate the nuisance. 



Aid. Harris presented an order directing 
the Comptroller to pay Bertha Hecktus 
$100 for injury to her person and property 
caused by a collison with Hose Cart Mo. 18, 
March 29, 1889, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



By consent, Akl. Dixon j 1st ward J pre- 
sented an order for an ordinance directing 
the Inspector of Gas Meters, to examine all 
Meters at least once every six months, and 
moved its passage. 



{im. 



'I'he molioii prevailed. J 

'i'he following is (he <irder iis imHHed: 

(hdcnd, That the Coiporalion Coiinsel 
be re<piested to drat I an anifiided ordinance, 
making it the duty of the I ns|»ector of ( Ja« 
Meters to examine all meters at least (dice 
evei'y six months, with a \ iew b>clMM'k faksu 
iiieasiiremeiit and coiis<M|iient ly exorbitant 
cliurg<'S by llu; (;as Trust t(» private individ- 
uals that in rlrafting such ordinaiici! tluj 
Cor|»oration Counsel shall endeaxor to fix 
tluM'ostof examination at a minimum tig- 
iiH', not exceeding fifty cents in any r-ase 
half (d' this be chargeable to the (las Com- 
pany. And further that the Corporation 
Counsel be instructed to make pro\ ision for 
))roper and ade(|iiaf(;_ penallies to be im- 
l)osed on the (ias Companies for making 
fal.«e charges and trying to c(dlect more 
than is legitmatcdy due. 

By consent. Aid. Harris pn^.sented a com- 
munication of tli(! Illinois Woman's Alli- 
ance, conc(Mning the condition and inspec- 
tion of sho]»s and factories (!mi)loying 
women and chiklren, which was 

Keferred to the Committee on Health and 
County Kelation.s. 

.irDICIAKY. 

By consent, Aid. Harris ])resente<l the re- 
port of the Committ(^e on .ludiciary on or- 
dinance in regard to the fees of the In.sjiec- 
tor of Oils. 

Aid. Kyan moved that the same be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

To the City Council of the City of Chi- 
cago: 

Your Judiciary Committee to whom was 
referred an ordinance in regard to fees of 
Oil Inspector, beg leave to rei)ort back said 
ordinance with a recommendation that tlie 
same be passed. Because of the following 
reasons: 

1. The Appropriation Bill passed March 
15, 1889, specifically says that the salary of 
Oil Inspector and his assistants shall be 
one-half of all fees collected by him. 

2. This ordinance recommended by His 
Honor the Mayor, establishes simply the 
manner in which the balance of fees shall 
be disposed of. 

3. The appropriation bill was passed in 
view of several s\ich retrenchments as the 
one covered in this ordinance, and the city ' 
can ill atford to loose any part of her reve- 
nue which was in contemiilation at the 
time our Appropriation Bill was passed. 

Respectfully, 

M. R. Hareis, 
M. B. Maddex, 
John Summekfield, 
• John C. Hoiix, 

M. Ryax, 

Of the Committee. 



April 29, J 



43 



[1889. 



AN OKDINANCE 

Be it ordained by the City Council of 
the City of Chicago : 

Section 1. The Inspector of Oils of the 
City of Chicago shall make to the Coinp- 
troiler, on or before the tenth day of each 
month, a report in writing, verified by aflti- 
davit, showing- in detail the fees and charges 
collected by him in the preceding month, 
and at the same time shall pay into Ihe City 
Treasury one-half of all such fees and 
charges so collected by him for the use of 
the City of Chicago, and one-half (K) of 
all such fees and charges so collected by 
him shall be retained by him as and for his 
salary. A failure to make such report and 
to pay over such fees and charges, within 
the time above limited, shall be considered 
as a resignation of such oflice, and the 
Mayor may thereupon declare the oflice va- 
cant and appoint a successor. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its due publication. 



ALSO, 

The same committee to whom was re- 
ferred a communication from the Trade 
and Labor Assembly relative to the clothing 
with authority of two men, without com- 
pensation, for Factory, Workshop and Ten- 
ement House Inspection, not subject to the 
city authorities, beg leave to report the 
same back with recommendation that said 
communication be placed on file. 

Aid. Harris moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Horn moved that the Council do 
now adjourn. 

The motion was lost by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Feas — Oehmen, Murphy, Cullerton, 
Pond, Landon, Lyke, AVeinhardt, Jackson, 
Bowler, Kowalski, Horn, Mulvihill, Hage 
—13. 

iVaiz-s— Wheelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vier- 
ling, Summerlield, (rorton, Dixon (3d 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), Love, 
Dvorak, Bunker, Bidwill, Wallner, Mc- 
Enerny, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Kyan, 
Young, Harris, Powers, Long, Ernst, Mc- 
Gillen, Biirke [22d ward J, Muelhoefer. 
O'Brien f23d ward], McCormick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham— 33. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS. 

The clerk presented the report of the 
Committee on Gas, Oil and Election Lights 
on order directing the Mayor and Comp- 
troller to contract with the various gas 
companies for the year 1889; deferred and 
published April 8, 1889. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the order. 



Aldermen Kyan and Ernst moved to 
amend the order by adding at the end 
thereof the following proviso: ^'Provided, 
the gas companies shall i'urnish gas to pri- 
vate consumers at the same rate, namely, 
f 1 per thousand." 

Aid. McCormick moved that the whole 
subject matter be recommitted. 

Aid. Ernst moved to lay the motion of 
Aid. McCormick on the table. 

The motion prevailed. 

The question then being on the amend- 
ment of Aid. Eyan and Ernst, it was agreed 
to. 

The question then recurring on the pass- 
age of the order as amended, it prevailed 
by yeas and nays as follows: 

Yeas— Wh elan, Dixon fist ward], Vierl- 
ing, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon [3d ward], 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
reth ward], O'Brien (6th ward). Love, Mur- 
phy. Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bidwill, 
Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, Camp- 
bell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt. 
Jackson, Bowler, Eyan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
Hage, Long, Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22d 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 47. 

Nays — None. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Mayor and Comp- 
troller be and are hereby directed to con- 
tract with the Cbicago Gas Light and Coke 
Company, the People's Gas Light Com- 
pany and the Consumers' Gas Company, 
upon the same terms and at a price not 
exceeding that paid during the year, 18■^8; 
provided, the gas companies shall furnish 
gas to private consumers at ^he same rate, 
namely, ^l.OO per thousand. 

Aid. Pond moved that the Council do now 
adjourn. 

The motion was lost by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yees— Murphy, Pond, Landon, Lyke, 
Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kowalski, 
Horn, Mulvihill, Powers, Hage— 12. 

iV(ti/s— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vierl- 
ing, Summerlield, Gorton, Dixon (3cl ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, 
Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wall- 
ner, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Eyan, Young, 
Horner, Harris, Long, Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23d ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 33. 



The Clerk presented the majority and 
minority reports of the Committee on Gas, 
Oil and Electric Lights, on order, etc., con- 
cerning lighting of lamps using material 
other than gas, deferred and published 
April 8, 1889. 



44 



A Id. CaniplM-ll luuvni to cuiinir in tlic 
iiiiijorily rt'|M»i I |iiissllit' order iccom- 

iiiciidcd it. 

Aid. Knil 1(1 I tin- u hole sidijt'ct 
tliatlfr Ix' rri'oiii III 1 1 1 I'd to the eoin iiiit tct; 
I i(»ni w linicc it ciiiiir. 

Till' iiKititiii |ir('\;ulrd l)\ u-.is ;iiid iiay.sjis 
I'nllow .s: 

\ t <(s l)i\(»ii I l.sl ward |, N'ici /iiii,', Sinii- 
UMTlicId, I )i\oii I :!d \viird|, Miiddni. Ocli- 
iiicii, Love, .Miirpli.N. |)\(Hiil<, Ciillcrtod, 
Kidwiil, W'iilliu'i-, MclMMTiiy, I'oiid, Kent, 
Mill.s, L\ kc, ,la< k,s(Mi, IJowlcr, Ilyaii. MmI- 
\iliill llonicr. Harris, L(»ll^^ ICni.st, McOil- 
Icii, lliirki' ('J2d ward), Miicdhocler, Ticdc!- 
inanii. Diiidiaiii oO. 

Naiif< ^^'lu'ial^ (ioiioii, I Icphiirii , 1 1 i(d<- 
cy. Hiirko MUh ward], O'lJricii ICtli wanl|, 
ijimkcr. ( "aiiipbcil, Landoii, AVciidiardt, 
Kowaiski, Horn, Voiinu", rowers, llagc, 
O'lirii'ii \ 2'M ward I, McCoriiiick— 17. 



Hy consent, Aid. Horner i)re.sented an 
ord(M' directing the (Commissioner ot Pul)Iic 
^Vorks to re))ort the expense of li<!;fitin<.? 
streets willi material other than <^as, which 
was 

lleternHl to the Coniniittec on Gas, Oil 
and P]iectric Ijights. , 



By consent, Aid. Ernst ])resented an or- 
der tor a report on the? lighting of oil lamps 
by the city, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The follot^'ing is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pnh- 
lic Works be ^nd he is hereby directed to 
report to this Council at its next meeting 
Avhat has been done in the matter for the 
city to (io the street lighting by other mate- 
rial than gas; also, to report an estimate of 
the cost per lamp i>er annum for such 
lighting. 

Aid. Bidwill moved to suspend the rules 
for the imrpose ot introducing the report ■ 
of the Committee on Police. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas — Yierling, Summertield, Gorton, 
Dixon (3d ward ), Hepburn, Madden, Oeh- 
men, Hickey, Jiurke (6th ward), O'Brien 
(6tli ward), Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunk- 
er, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Kent, Campbell, Mills, I^yke, Bowler, 
Eyan, Kowaiski, Young, Mulvihill, Hor- 
ner, Powers, Long. Ernst, McGillen, 
Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
(23d ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 39. 

Nays — Dixon (1st ward), Pond, Landon, 
Weinhardt, Jackson, Horn, Harris, Hage 
—8. 



IMH.K i;. 

Aid. Ilidwill prt'scntcd the report of the 
( "omiiiillrc on I'olicc, to whom was referred 
an ordinance rejiealing the I'olice Badge 
ordinance. 

Aid. Horn mosed lliat said leport l)e <le- 
ferred and pid)lished. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the, icport: 

7'o I he Mayor (I nd. Aldcvtnoi nl I Ik; Cily of 
('}ti<(t(jo ill <U)inicll Assciiihled. 
\'oiir i '(Mil mittee on INdiec. to whom was 
rel'eried oidinance jcpealing INdice l>adg(; 
oidinan(;e, having had tin; same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report: That w(! rec- 
ommend t he passage ot the ordinance Inire- 
with submitted. 

JoKj;rii 10. Bii)\Nii,L, i 
Chairman. ^ 



AN OKDIN ANCK. i 

Be it. ordained. Inj Uic City Council of the 
City of Chieauo: 

Skction 1. That Wic. ordiiiamTc! pas.sed 
March 11, 1880, designating a badge; to be 
worn by memixirs of the i)olic-(i department 
of the city of ('hicago as an end)lem of au- 
thority, to take the jdace of the star foriner- 
ly in use, be and the sanu; is hereby re- 
pealed. 

Skc 2. This ordinance shall take effect 
and be in force from and after its passage. 



FIXAXCE. 

By consent, Aid. Dixon presented there- 
port of the Connnllte(! on Einance on pre- 
amble and order authorizing the Mayor ami 
Comptroller to (piit-claim to ^Ntaicus C. 
Stearns ail interest of the citv of Chicago 
in Wharhng Lot 27, O. T. of Cliicago. 

Aid. Landon moved that the report be 
deferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

To tJie M<iyor and Aldermenof the City of 
Cliica'jo ill Council assembled: 

Your Committee on Einance, to whom 
was referred a ])reand)le and order authoriz- 
ing the Mayor and Comptroller to (luit 
claim to Marcus C. fStearns, all interest of 
the City of Chicago in wharting Lot 27, 
of the Original Town of Cliicago, having 
had the same under advisement, beg leave 
to report: That the facts as stated are true, 
and therefore recommend the passage of 
the prranible and order. 

AiiTiiriJ Dixox, 

Chairriian. 

Whereas, Prior to the twenty-fifth of 
February, 1859, Augustus Gairett and .1. 
Y. Scammon, of the City of Chicago, had 
secured the payment of an indebtedness to 



April 29,] 



45 



[1889. 



the City of Cliicaj>-o in tlie siiiii of about 
twenty-fight hundred (i2,800) dollars, and 
executed a certain mortgage deed to said 
City of Chicrgo, thereby mortgaging and 
conveying that certain wharfing lot of said 
Lot live (5), in Block twenty-one (21), in 
the Original Town of Chicago, and desig- 
nated as wharfing lot twenty-seven (27), in 
the Original Town of Chicago, as the same 
is represented on the map of wharfing lots 
on South Water street and East Water 
street, north of Randolph street; and 

Whereas, Said mortgage was given to 
perfect the title in said Scammon and Gar- 
rett to said lot as the result of certain liti- 
gation theretofore had with respective to 
"said wharfing lots; and 

Whereas, It was understood and agreed 
as part of the compromise of said litiga- 
tion that the City of Chicago should quit- 
claim by deed all of its interests in said lot; 
and 

Whereas, A certain release deed was 
made on the tenth day of December, 1872, 
of said mortgage as above described; and 

Whereas, ISTo quit-claim deed has ever 
been delivered from the City of Chicago to 
the owner of said wharfing lot above de- 
scribed. 

Now, therefore, it is ordered, that the 
Mayor and Comptroller be and they are 
hereby authorized to execute and deliver 
to Marcus C. Stearns, a quit-claivn deed of 
all interests of the City of Chicago, in and 
to that certain wharfing lot opposite Lot 
five [5], in Block twenty-one [21], in the 
Original Town of Chicago, and designated 
as wharfing lot twenty-seven in the Orig- 
inal Town of Chicago, the same as is repre- 
sented on the map of the wharfing lots on 
South Water street and East Water street, 
north of Kandolph street, and recorded in 



the office of the Recorder of Cook County 
in Book 79 on Maps, page one and one and 
one-half, New Book of Maps 29, page one, 
upon the payment to the city of Chicago of 
one dollar as the consideration of the said 
deed. 

City of Chicago, ) 
Department of Law, >■ 
Chicago, April 22, 1889. ) 

Gentlemen: I have investigated the 
question of the matters described in the 
foregoing order, and the city h,as no interest 
in the property, and in order to clear an ap- 
I parent defect in the title, 1 recommend the 
passage of the foregoing order. 

Respectfully yours, 

Clarence A. Knight, 

Asst. Corporation Counsel. 

To the Honorable, the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 



adjournment. 

Aid. Love moved that the Council do 
now adjourn. 

The motion prevailed. 



And the Council stood adjourned. 



FRANZ AMBERG, 



City Clerk. 



May 6,] 



47 



[1889. 



CITY COUNCIL. 

REGULAR MEETING. 



MAY 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Present — Aldermen Whelan, Dixon (1st 
ward), Vierling, Summerfield, Gorton, 
Dixon CSrdvvard), Hepburn, Madden, Oeli- 
men, Hickey, Burl^e (6th ward), O'Brien 
(6th ward), Love, Murphy, Dvorak, 
Bunker, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, Mc- 
Enerny, Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, 
Landon, Lyke, VVeinliardt, Jackson, Bow- 
ler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvi- 
hill, Horner, Harris, Powers, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22d ward), Muel- 
hoefer, O'Brien (23rd ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann and Dunham. 

Absent— Ris Honor the Mayor and Ald- 
erman McCann. 



Aid. Dixon moved that Aid. Campbell 
take the Chair. 

The motion prevailed. 



Aid Campbell in the Chair. 



6, 1889. 



ments of His Honor the Mayor, at the last 
regular meeting; they desired therefore, 
that the minutes of said meeting be amend- 
ed so as to show the voting yea, instead of 
nay, on concurring in the said appoint- 
ments. 

So ordered. 



MINUTES. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the minutes, as 
amended, of the regular meeting held April 
29, 1889, be approved without being read. 

The motion prevailed. 



REPOBTS OF CITY OFFICERS. 

His Honor the Mayor submitted his re- 
port of releases from the House of Correc- 
tion, for the week ending May 6, 1889, 
which was 

Placed on file. 



Aid. Dixon (3rd w^ard) and Aid. Gorton 
stated that they had voted under a misap- 
juehpnsion when voting on the appoint- 



ALSO, 



The following communication; 



Muy r.,1 



48 



I im. 



M A N nic'w Ol' I' ICK, I 
CiiK .\(io, May »J, |KH<). S 

I'll tin linn, the ('ll]i foimrll : 

(iKNTl.KMii.N : 1 liavr !i|)|M»iiiti'il l-'raiicis 
A. HolViiiami, Jr., as ( 'it >• ('<»ll»'cloi-, and ro- 
spi'i'tt'iilly ask your (•oiiciiriciicc llu-rfiii. 

DkWitt C. Ci{i:(Mi:u, 
Ma yor. 

Aid. Kriisl iiKivcd tliat Hit' appoint iiiciif 
Ih! (•<ni('iirrtMl in. 

Tilt' motion prevailed hy yvns and nays 
as follows: 

\(<ts \Vlielan, I)i\(»n (1st ward), N'ieri- 
inu, .Snninierlield, (lorlon, l)i\(»n i.'Jrd 
ward). Madden, Oehmen. llicl<e>, l>nrl<e 
(fiili ward), O'lJrieii iiWh ward i. IJiinkvr. 
Cnllerton, llidwill. Wallner, I'ond, Kent. 
Caniplxdl, Mills, L;indon. L.x K'e. W'einliardt, 
,la(d;son, IJcwIer. Kyan. Kowalski, I loin, 
MuKilnll, Horner, Ila^e, Ijon;^, lOrnsI, 
lJurke (L'lid ward i. Muelhoeler, O'lirlen 
(2.5rd ward ), Tiedeniann. I )unliani— o7. 

xV(<i/6— Xoiie. 



ALSO, 

The following conininnication: 

MAvojfs Officp:. ) 
Chicago, May 6, 1889. j 

Gentlemen: By aetion of the County 
Board on April 29, ultimo, territory was 
annexed to tlie City of Chicago, formerly a 
l)art of the \'illage of .Jefferson and the'in- 
oori)orated Town of Cicero. The act of 
the (ieneral Assembly, under which this 
territory was made a part of the city, pro- 
vides that the City Council of the city to 
which territory is annexed, and the trus- 
tees of the village or incorporated town 
from which the territory is taken, shall 
meet and adjust the liabilities and a.ssets in 
the manner provided, in the act above re- 
ferred to, within sixty days after such an- 
nexation. I would, therefore, suggest that 
the Council take such action in the matter 
as may be deemed advisable and necessary. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DeWitt C. Ceegier, 

Mayor. 

To the City Council. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the same be re- 
ferred to the Committee on Judiciary. 

The motion prevailed. 



The Clerk presented the oflficial bond of 
Denis J. .Swenie, as Fire Marshal, in the 
penal sum of Twenty-five thousand dollars, 
with Thomas Brenan and John H. Whit- 
beck as sureties. 

Aid. Jackson moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 



Krf/.s Wheian, Dixon Mst ward), Vierl- 
ing, Snmnn-rlield. (Jorton, Dixon C.Ul ward », 
IleplMirn. M adden, ( )elinien. Ili(d<c\-, Hnrke 
(Cdhward), O'lJrien itlHi ward j, M nrpliy, 
Blinker, Hidwill, Wallner, I'ond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mill.s. Land<»n, i/Vke, Weinbardt, 
•laekson. Howler, K> an, Kowalski, Horn, 
Muhibill, Horner, Hage, Long, l^rn.st, 
Muellioeter, McCorinick, 'J'ied<;niauii, Duii- 
liain m. 

A'aiys— None. 



'I'Ik! Clerk pn!H(;nted a commiiiiieation 
from tlie Comptroller, e(»vering an orrlin- 
ance coiieeriiing the taxes of the enrr(;nt 
fiscal year. 

AM. lunst moved that f lie ordinance be 
passed. 

Tlie motion i»revail(,'d by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

FcY/.s— Wlndaii. Dixon (1st ward), \'ierl- 
ing. Siimmerlield, Corton. Hepburn, Mad- 
den, Oehmen, lliekc}', liurke (Otli ward), 
()"]>rien (t)tb ward). Mnrjdiy, Dvorak, 
Blinker, (.'iillerton, Bidwill, Wallner, K(;nt, 
('ampbell, ^Hlls, Weinbardt, .Ja^-kson, 
Kyan, Kowalski, ^'<tiing, Powers, Hage. 
L(»ng, Ernst, Miielhoefer, O'Brien (23nl 
ward), McCormick, Tiedeniann, Dun- 
ham — ?)0. 

Na »y.s— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

Be it ordained hy tlie City Council of 
tlie City of Chica<jo: 

Section 1. That the sum of six million, 
three hundred and twenty-six thousand, 
five hundred and sixty-one dollars and 
twenty-one cents ( 32(i,. 56 1.21 j, the same 
being the total amount of appropriation 
heretofore legally made for all cori>orate 
purposes of the City of Chicago, for school 
purposes in said city, and for maintaining 
a public library; and to be collected from 
the tax levy of tlie current fiscal year of said 
city, be and the same is hereby levied and 
assessed on all the real and personal prop- 
erty within said city, subject to taxation, 
according to the valuation of such property, 
as the same is assessed for state and county 
purposes for the current year, the said tax, 
so levied and assessed being for the current 
fiscal year of said city, anci the said appro- 
priations, the total amount of which has 
been ascertained as aforesaid being as fol- 
lows: 

AX ORDINANCE. 

Making Appropriations for Corporate, 
School and Library purposes for the Fisc- 
al Tear, from January- 1, 1889, to Decem- 
ber 31, 1889, inclusive." 

Be it ordained hy tlie City Council of fhe 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the following sums or so 
much thereof as maj- be authorized hy law, 
be and the same are hereby appropriated 
for Corporate purposes of the City of Chi- 



May 6,J 



49 



[1889. 



caoo, and for school purposes and for main- 
taining a public library, as hereinafter 
specified, for the fiscal year commencing 
January 1, 1889, and ending December 1, 
1889: 



CITY CEMETERY. 



For purchase of grounds 
and other expenses i 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble dolicieney jirisins in 
tl e collection of this ap- 
propriation . 



500.00 



10.00 



S 510.00 



CITY HALL FUND. 

For this amount towards 

completion of City HaJl $ 4,617.30 

Add 2 per cent, fcr proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 
the Cdliection of this ap- 
propriation 92.95 



4,740.25 



CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 

For printing Council pro- 
c H e d 1 n g ^, stationery, 
postage, blanks, books, 
licenses, dog tags, etc_.. $ 7,000.00 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency- arising in 
the collection of this ap- 
' propriation 140.00 



S 7,140.00 



CONTINGENT FUND. 

The contingent expenses 
for corporate purposes, 
including the settlement 
of Valid Claims against 
the city and the inciden- 
tal expenses of the May- 
or's office, Comptroller's 
office, City Clerk's office 
and City Collector's 
office not otherwise here- 
in expressly provided 
for, in addition to the 
u n e X p e nded balance 
January 1, 1889 $ 30,000.00 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 
the collection of this ap- 
priation 600.00 



$ 30.600.00 



COST COLLECTING CITY TAXES. 

For expenses of collecting 
City Taxes of 1^88 and 
prior ye irs, and for copy- 
ing the delinquent lists_ $66,300.00 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 
the collection of this 
appropriation 1,326 00 



$ 67,626.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 
GENERAL APPROPRIATION. 

CLiEANING AND REPAIRING STREETS, 

For sweeping, cleaning, 
and repairing improved 



streets, 9 months $ 220,000.00 

For cleaning and repair- 
ing unimproved streets. 120,000.00 



$340,000.00 



SIDEWALK INTERSECTION. 

For sidewalk intersec- 
tions $ 15,000.00 

For general repairs 
against accident 15,000.00 



S 30,000.00 



REPAIRS TO BRIDGES AND VIADUCTS. 

For repairs to sundry 
bridges and viaducts, 
and for maintaining ap- 
proaches 



$100,000.00 



BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. 

Bridge at Deering straet.. 

Superstructure $ 17.080 00 

Substructure 9,964.42 

Incidentals 2,500.00 

29.544.42 

Less unexpended balance, 
Jany. 1, 1889 14,418.17 



BRIDGE AT CANAL STREET. 



The unexpended balance, 
Jany. 1, 1889 



BRIDGE AT ADAMS STREET. 



The unexpended balance, 
Jany. 1, 1889 

For completing bridge at 
Dearborn street 



Bridge at Canal street 

Less cash from misrella^ 
neous sources 



Bridge at Carpenter or 
t^angamon streets $ 20.000.00 

Less cash from miscella- 
neous sources 20,000.00 

Bridge at Fourteenth 

street $ 75,000.00 

Less cash from miscella- 
neous sources... 75,000,00 

Bridge at Taylor street.... $ 20,000.00 
Less cash from miscella- 
neous sources 20,000.00 

Viaduct at May and Kinzie 

streets $ 8,000,00 

Less cash from miscella- 
neous sources 8,000 00 



$ 15,126.25 



$ 8,000.00 



S 5,000.00 
5,000.00 



NEW BRIDGE AT M \DISON STREET. 

For new bridge at Madison 
street $200,000.00 



M;i.v n,| 



5(1 



liOMH oiihIi from iiii«»'olliiii- 
ouiiM HuurouH 200.000,(X) 



NKW IIIIIIMJK AT W ASIll N<l TON HTICKKT 

Kiir ii«w hi at WhhIi- 

iii^riuii Htroi«I S &l),(KK).(K) 

Ijkmm «'hmIi from iiii^cullun' 

oMUrt H>»urcMVH 50,003.00 



'Vlui haliiiu^i'H Hliiiidini,' to 
tho (TO lit of t lit< vunoiiH 
hri(l>:fH iiiul viuducttH urn 
lioreby ro-Hpi)ropriHto(l. 



BniDOK-TENDKIlH' 8AI.AUIEH. 

Kor MdliirioH of t)ri(lBO 

londorrt, RH follows: 

U.iHli Ktroot. 3,^)00 00 

btute Htreet -KXW 00 

l)n(irt)orn stroei, 2.480 1)0 

Clark Btreet l,H4r) (K) 

VVtdls Htreet a.WXJ 00 

L(ik» st reet 8,r)00 00 

Kuudolph Htreet.. 3.000 00 

MadiHon htreet... 3 000 00 

AdamB street 2,111 00 

Jackson street 3.500 00 

VanHuren street 2.51.') 00 

Harrison street 2,515 00 

Polk street 2.050 00 

Twelfth street 3,500 00 

EiKiiteenth street 1,800 00 

Twenty-second str.'Ot 1,800 00 

Halsted street... 1,800 00 

Main street 1,900 00 

Deeriog street 1,424 00 

Fuller street 1,150 00 

Archer avenae 975 qO 

Douglas avenue 825 00 

Ashland avenue 1.150 00 

We -item avenue 1,100 00 

Kinzie street 2.250 00 

Indiana street 1,600 00 

Erie street 1.600 00 

Chicago avenue 1,5.50 00 

North Halsted street 1,500 00 

North Halsted st. (canal), l.i:00 00 

Division street 1,150 00 

Division street (canal)... 1,150 00 

North avenue... 1.150 00 

Clybourn place i»75 00 

FuUerton avenue 825 00 $68,890 00 

Salary of Superintendent 

of Bridges 2,000.00 

Salary Poreuaan of bridge 

repairs.. 1.500.00 

Salary Vessel Dispatcher.. 1,,500.00 



STREET INTERSECTIONS. 

For public benefits, city's 

portion of streets carried 

over from 1888 .$231,539.64 

Public benefits for city's 

portion of streets 

ordered improved b y 

City Council during the 

ensuing year 100,000.00 



$331,539.64 



SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS DEPARTMENT. 



SAIiARIES. 



Superintendent. 



S 3,500.00 



Atloriiny for Hpocial as- 

HeMHiuentH 8,(KK).(J0 

AMMiHtarit Attctrnoy for 

HpcrinI HHHCHHinentH 

('Uu)f ( 'lork l,H(Ki.00 

Six (/eiwrul clorkH 6g 

SI. 100.00. H,400.fX) 

Five general clerkH 

«;l.2(H).oo H.o(X).0<i 

Cli'rk for htreet oponiriK 

record l,.'i(X).(X) 

S 2ri.700.(X) 

Tho above to b«' puifl frf)m 
coHtH of H|)e(;ial Ahmohh- 
inentH 

OODEN DAM. 

Mairi<(^tianco and ropairH 
of Ogden dam.. (),0<KJ.OO 



CANAL PDMPINO WOKKS. 

For labor and materials in 
maintaining and opera- 
ting works, and for 
maintaining and opera- 
ting lock S 56, moo 



CHICAGO RIVEE. 

For general dredging and 

removal of obstructions S 75,000.00 
For survey of river and its 

branches 5,000.00 

For salary of harbor mas- 

^ter 1,.500.00 

For salary of two harbor 

masters at $1,200,00 2,400.00 



$ 83,900.00 



FULLKRTON AVENUE CONDUIT. 

For labor and material in 
for maintaining and op- 
erating works, conduit 
and crib $ 19,640.00 



FIRE BOAT. 

Tho unexpended balance 
January 1, 1889 

PUBLIC PARKS. 

For Lake Park $ 2,00f).00 

For Ellis park, Douglas 

park and Aldine square. 3,000.(X) 

For Washington square, 
Green Bay, Oak park and 

Union square 2,000.00 

For (Campbell, Holstein. 
Bickerdike and Con- 
gress parks 2,000.00 

For Shedd's park 500.00 



$ 9,500.00 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 



For coal, gas, lumber, 
hardware, engineers'* 
and janitors' supplies, 
desks, stools, furniture, 
new compound pump 
and dynamos for City 
Hall 



$ 43,925.00 



May 6,J 



51 



SALABIES. 

Chiel Janitor . $M()0.00 

CMef Engineer 1,500.00 

Three (3) assistant Engin- 
eers @ S1,000 3.000.00 

Ssven (7) blremen @ $720. 5,040.00 

Tiiree (3) Coal Passers @ 

$m 1,980.00 

Three (3) Oilers @ $720 . . . 2,160.00 

Four (4) Finishers @ $720, 2,880.00 

Five (5 1 watchmen at $720, 3,600.00 

Ten (10) elevator attend- 
ants at S720 7,200.00 

Ten (10) male janitors at 

$720 7,200.00 

Eleven (11) female janitors 

at $480 — 5,280.00 

Two (2) carpenters, (12 

months) at $3 per day . . . 1,878.00 



$ 43,118.00 



TowTrds 
Morgae 



MOKGUE. 



building a 



— $ 10,000.00 



SALARIES. 

OOMMISSIONEBS' OFFICE. 

Cdmnissioner of Public 

Works $ 5,000.00 

Secretary 2,400.00 

Assistant secretary 1,500,00 

Bookkeeper 2,400 00 

Assistant bookkeeper 2,000.00 

Clerk 900.00 

Clerk 600.00 

Messenger 600.00 

Collector and clerk 900.L0 

Office expenses, stationery, 

printing, annual report 5,000,00 

21,300.00 

One third of the above to 
be appropriated, the re- 
mainder chargable to 
water and sewerage 
funds 



CITY engineer's OFFICE. 

City Engineer $5,000.00 

Kirst ass't City Engineer. . . 3,000.00 
Three (3) assistant 

engineers 5,600,00 

Three (3) rodmen 2,700.00 

Four (4) draughtsmen 4,200.00 

One(l) clerk 1,500.00 

One (1) messenger 600.00 

22,600.00 

Less one-half chargeable 
to Water Fund ... 11,300.00 

11,300.00 

For office stationery and 
8 applies 500.00 



STREET DEPARTMENT, 

Superintendent of streets. $3,000.00 
Assistant superintendent 

of streets 1,800.00 

Chief clerk .1,500.00 

Bill clerk 1,200.00 



7,100.00 



11.800.00 



Permit clerk 900.00 

Assistant permit clerk 720.00 

Principal assistant engin- 
eer 2,000.00 

Seven (7) assistant engin- 
eers @ $1,800.00 ... 12,800.00 

Clerk to assistant engin- 
eers 1.800.00 

Eisiht (8) rodmen @ $1,000, 8,000.00 
Chief inspector sidewalks, 1,5U0.0 J 
Five (5) sidewalk inspect- 
ors @ $900 4,.500.00 

Principal draughtsman... 1,200.00 

Assistant draughtsman... 900.00 

Office expenses 1,000.00 

Salary of superintendent 
of house moving, $1,. 
800.00, to be paid from 
receipts of same 



S 42,620.00 



MAP DEPARTMENT. 



Saperintendent of maps.. 

Six draughtsmen @ $1,200, 

One house numbering 
clerk 

Drawing materials, re- 
binding and binding at- 
lases __ 



Less cash from miscella- 
neous sources and gen- 
eral fund 



$ 1,800.00 
7,200.00 

9;)0.00 



350.00 



$ 10,250.00 
$1,242,593.89 



$ 600,000.00 



$ 642,593.89 



Add 2 per cent, for prob- 
able detienciency arising 
in the collection of this 
appropriation $ 12.851.88 

Total for the department 
of Public Works in ad- 
dition to the receipts of 
the department 655,445.77 



ELECTION EXPENSES. 

For payment of Judges 

and Clerks of election, 

rent of polling places, 

and for other expenses, 

appertaining thereto, for 

the year 1889 $ 65,000.00 

Add 2 per cent, tor prob- 
ably deficiency arising 

in the coilecti<m of this 

appropriation 1,300.(X) 



$ 66,300.00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

SALARIES. 

For Fire Marshal and 

Chief of Brigade. $5,000.00 

For First Assistant Mar- 
shal and Inspector 3,500.00 

For Assistant Fire Mar- 
shal and Secretary 3,200.00 

For Fire Inspector 2,500.00 

For 10 Chiefs of Batallion 

at $2,500 each 25,000.00 

For Chief Clerk and Book- 
keeper 1,800.00 

For Clerk and Storekeeper 1,600.00 

For Clerk 1,200.00 

For Clerk . 1,000.00 

For Superintendent o f 



52 



[\m. 



V< : *mt t\.wn.M> $33.USj8D 

K r.i« L I "«.! v^ii». 'l.nOjOD 
For Li at.-ri.i. r • 

21>I«jOO 

For tt Laeac»oanu at 

M^UOlOO 

For U Eocmev r • • c 

$1.301)^ aD.4]2JIO 

For 31 Ko«io«er» itt /l.'JStt MU060uBO 
F' r ' ' ^ - • 'taot Koicio*!*'?*' 

' 12,474X0 

*t $i,u>ij a;SfiOuOO 

For «4 I' - .>-^'>n ana 

Trockm 114 IMjmM 

For !'.!» and 

Truckmen »c ,^l,tMO 130.2001)0 

For 4*) Pii>^aien and 

Trnckmen ac $^45 S7.800jOO 

For *J)E*tpernen and Truck- 
men at $.Slt) 1«;,«4X)UOO 

Fo^ -t l>riTer5» at flU.lii... 3.>,oq«SJ)0 

For ^> t»riTens at |t.iif,0... 84.i«Jai)0 

For 10 Drivers It ^;..'4."> 

For* I*ilotj5 at ^^LiHi " ' • 

For - t'lrteniea at jil.i _ ■ 

For - Fireai-^n at ji'.Uo * 

For a Wat.-nmi*Q at j7y:{..-4> 

Fur !>at>^'"inteniieat Fire 
Alarm Tel^^i? rap h 

For I hir't Operator „. 

For aOperitors at ?1.375.. 4.7J5.UU 

For 3 A*?i-;tant Operator:* 
at 

For Chief Repairer 1. : . i 

5 Kef»airer* at tL50 5^1:1 j4> 

For Chief . . f Electrical Re- 
pair bhop 1^75.00 

For Buteryman &4aJ]0 

For 3 Linemen at SV45 ... 2,33SjOD 

F«M- Machinist LCaOuOO 

For 2 Assistant Machinists 

at *75« l^HOO 

For Clerk and Stenogra- 
pher UHun 

For 2 Electric Light In- 
spectors to be paid from 

fees collected $165i,aa&JflO 



SJLLABXES FOB 3!tAI?rXE>-.\3»CII OF POLICE, W vTXK. 
I^\W, HE.VJLTH. HOrSE OF COREilCTIOX A>-1> 
BRIIX'rE TULEFHON^E SITRVTCE. 

For chief operator $1,* O.L*) 

For ss&istant chief opera- 
tor 'J«».iO 

For 5i"> operators fcr police 

stations, at $720 t*y.< W.M) 

For 6 repatrt-rs, at $v,OW). ^^mjima"* 

For 2 baccerymen, at fSDD. l.?»A>.<;i.t 

For 2 hostlers, at 1.24* i.tiO 

For Driver 720.0ij 

For operator, bridge tele- 
phone office ' 720.00 

For 12 operat.»rs. brijge 
tei phone sj^em, 9 

mnntfas, at $t?2.50 5.>?n>.00 



book and ladder truck*, 
relief valven, baatan, 
copper Hum. wheal*, pic 
tin. coppar. moldiBc 
■and. mat^rinl »nd l»itK»r 



riacea. malarial for oev 
wacooa, hardwood tarn- 
ber. Batarial for two 
nav tnieka, ate 



MISCn,LA>rKOI78 BKPAmk 



For repairs of buildings, 
boose fumitare, etc 



S io,aHU» 



MISCKLLANEOUS 

Salt, soda, acid», c> 
coal, kiodJiDg w - i. 
chairs, dec»ki», stovet^, 
lighting department 
hoose!!', horse collar^, 
curry comb«, whi;;-. 
hoee and hame i*trap«-, 
liaraeaa snaps, doable 
and single harDeee^horee 
blanketa, pnrcham and 
exchange o f horees. 
horse feed, horse ehoe- 
irg. suction, fire, citeiu 
ical and steam hose, ma- 
chine and kerosene od, 
printing and stationerT, 
tripoli, tripoline. axle 
grease, cotton waste and 
rags, casdle. wadiing. 
scrubbing and harness 
8oap._ rope, sponges, 
parking, marline, cham- 
ois skins, dusters, 
brooms, semb-bmsbes. 
pails, measures, hay 
forks, manure forks. 
shovelB, fire axes and 
picks, ax belvee. dust 
pans, coal hods, sprink- 
ling cans, lanterns, nat 
cleaners, lamp globes 
and burners, uniF<»m 
button*, store poliafa, 
emery cloth, city maps, 
door knobs, looks, 
hinges, bedding for 
men, lamp wickiag, etc., 
etc 



>rrw XACHrjTEKT asd todies foe btpatb shop, 

-\>'D ULBOB, COSSTEUCnoX AXD 
BJEPAIKS OF APPAEATTS. 

Elerator, shafting, hang- 
ers, steam hammer, 
lathes. driU 
blower, feed pump and 
inspiractw, feed water 
heater, repairs of en- 
gmes, hose carts, and 



BKST. 

For rent of lots for tTn ginft 
Company No 10 and 
Hook and Ladder Com- 
pany No. 1 

For rent of quarters for 
crew of Engine Company 
No. 41, Fire Boat 

For rent of quarters for 
Hook and Tiarfder Com- 
pany. No. 14- 



SLSOOjOO 



FniE ALARM TELEGEAPK. 
irxDKBGEorxi) WORK- 
SO miles of wire to be plac- 
ed in conduits of under- 



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53 



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ground system where 
available for municipal 
purpose, labor for plac- 
ing same, extension oE 
city conduits, excava- 
tions, filling, repairing 
pavement, etc., material 
for conduits and laying 
same, manholes, insula- 
ted wire and furnishing 
correct time, etc 



$20,000.00 



NEW WOBK IN OUTSKIHTS OF CITY. 

Fire alarm boxes. No. 9 B. 
B. wire, insulators, iron 
breaks. kerite wire, 
poles, extra labor, cells, 
battery, relays, sounders, 
keys, etc., etc -_. 



$6,020.00 



MAINTAINING EXISTING LINES. 

Poles, No. 9 ex. B. B. wire, 
glass insulators, tools, 
spikes, screws, paragon 
tape, register paper, fire 
alarm box keys, office 
wire, rental of tele- 
phones, repairs on bells, 
gongs, instrument and 
material for electrical 
repair shop, mainte- 
nance of cells of ba'te- 
ries, Kerite wire, sup- 
plies and maintenance 
of bridge telephones, etc, 



811,59.5.00 



KEBUILDING, EEPAIRING AND EXTENDING 
POLICE LINES. 

Ex. No. 9 B. B. wire, glass 
insulators, side brackets, 
half-pins, cross arms, lag 
screws, poles, improved 
police signal boxes, cells 
of ory batteries, answer 
back keys, cijeraical reg- 
isters, spark coils, labor, 

etc., etc $10,000.00 



NEW BUILDINGS, REAL ESTATE, APPARATUS AND 
EQUIPMENT OF NEW C03IPANIES. 

For three story brick 
building on lot occupied 
b y Engine Company, 

^No. 22 .S1\000.00 

For two story brick build- 
ing on lot in vicini y of 
Western avenue and 
Augusta street, already 

appropriated for S lO.OiW.OO 

For one steam fire engine. 4,350.00 

For one engine heater l.i0.t)0 

For one hose carriage 5CX).00 

For four horses 800.00 

For harness and house 

furniture 500.00 

For salaries of men, four 

months .... 3,000.00 

S 19,300 00 

For lot in vicinity of Cali- 
fornia avenue and 
Twelfth street 3,000.00 

For one chemical engine, 
two wheel 1,200.00 



For pumps and machinery 
for tire boat, already ap- 
propriated for 12,000.00 

For two steam fire 
engines, to replace old 
ones worn out in ser- 
vice 9,00X00 



ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT. 

For extension and mainte- 
nance of electrical sys- 
tem and for lighting the 
streets, bridges, public 
buildings and places of 
the city of Chicago $300,003,00 



$1,380,363.00 

Less cash from miscellan- 
eous sources and general 
fund §706,000.00 



.$674,363,00 

Add 2 per cent, for prob- 
able deficiency arising 
in the collection of this 

appropriation . 13,487.26 

•Total for fire depjirtment 
in addition to receipts of 

the department 687,850'26 



GENERAL SINKING FUND. 

To provide for the liquida- 
tion of the general 
bonded debt of the city $500.00 

Add 2 per cent, for prob- 
able deficiency arising 
in the collection of this 
appropriation 10.00 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

SALARIES. 

F. r Commissioner. $ 4,000 00 

For assistant Commission- 
er and Secretary 3,000.00 

For Kegister of Vital tta- 

T.i>lics 1.500.0ft 

For ciers 1,200.00 

For assistant clerk 1,000.00 

F' r 25 sanitary police, @ 

$1,0^ 0.00 25,000.00 

For 4 mf^dical inspectors, 

(a. $C)00.00 3.600.00 

Foi- 9 meat and stocfe 
yards inspectors @ $1,- 

200.00 10,800.00 

For Chief Tenement and 

Factory Inspector 2,000.00 

For 25 Tenement and 
Factory Inspectors (a, 
$1,000.00, 10 of which 
shall be practical plumb- 
ers 25.000 00 



$510.00 



$ 77,100.00 



MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES. 



Printing and stationfry, 
vaccine virus, disinfect- 
ants, chemical work and 
incidentals 



SMALL POX HOSPITAL. 

For maintenance of small- 



$ 4,500.00 



May «.! 



11889 



pox llllMpltdl 



H(iAVKN«IKIl SKUVIOE. 



Km (liiy nci(v«>iiK«<r f «<rvic<>, 
rt<iii<>viri»; ilmid iitiiiiialH 
ami coii(l(Miui<-(l iiuuit ... 



Ii»>sH riiHh from iniH<-(<1la- 

ii«>i>iiH HoiircuM and nen- 
i<ral fund 



Add - p»>r ci>nt. for proba 
hl(< d( li('i<>iicy ariHinn 
ill t lie ( ol lf(;t ioQ of this 
appt oprial ion 

Total for ll»>;ilth Dopart- 
iiiont in addil ion to the 
• nxM'iptH of tho Di'part- 
iiieiit 



S2H»5,7'10.(XJ 

Sir)«,74U.O) 
.'{,134.80 
ir)9.S74.80 



HOUSE OF CORKECTION. 

Ff)r dieting and trar npor- 
tation of priHonerH, 8al- 
ary of superintendent 
and aHsistantfi, fuel 
and light, beddinp and 
clothing. medicines, diet- 
ing officers, sundry sup- 
plies, improvement and 
repairs, outstanding 
claims, and for construc- 
tion of additions, etc., 
in additicm to the unex- 
pende i balance Janu- 
ary ], 1889, and the earn- 
ings of its inmates § 67,094.91 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 
the collection of this ap- 
propriation 1,341.89 

S 68,436.80 



INTEREST ACCOUNT. 

For payment of interest 
on the general, river im- 
provement and sewerage 
bonded debt of the city. $540,567.50 

Add 2 I er cfnt. for proba- 
ble deficiency arising 
in the ci'llpction o£ this 

appropriation 10,811.35 

$551,378.85 



JUDGMENT ACCOUNT. 

For judgment against the 
city and interests and 
costs as follows 

Armstrong, James $ 300.00 

Roese, Frederir-k l.OoO.OO 

Boyd, Hannah E 2,17.t.0O 

Butler Wm M 388..50 

Clement 275.00 

Clinton, Ann CAdminist'x) 440.00 

Cravener, Henry (Adm'r.. ,^0.00 

Cullen. Bella 1,800.00 

Dalle, Christine 1,200.00 

DeStefano. Emilie 400.00 

Duggen, ilary 150.00 

Frankland, Dora D 1,000.00 

Fitzgerald, Eliza 175.00 

Gerrity, Austin 150.00 



(iordon, .John 2,<MK(.(i0 

I Inrriiiijlon, DariiclF t;0().0() 

I II I ! ick, I'Vfid M 200.00 

liilkKiiH, CliriHtopher 12r).(iO 

Kadinh, liertpold J 2,"(K».()(J * 

Killgalion, Ann I.W.OO 

K»*lly. MauH <t Co 172. HO 

Klatle. KrnoNtinn 140.00 

Met atlock. Itobf. fAdmr). WjO.W 

.MilItT, K. .V 1 4. IJ.. 2,20f).(X> 

Muniford. ("ath»TinQ J 1,200.(XJ 

Narg(U)rd, ChriHf irie(' .'^tOO.W 

O'Halloran, .Margaret tKKJ.OO 

I'ac^kard, Frank G .VX).()(> 

I'aul, iifiollen 1,400.(XJ 

IVck 1). 11. (Admr) CfXi.fK) 

INftfT'-on, Hoen 2(K).(K) 

Kfkcr, Simon 2,;'.00.0t) 

|{ickf«y, Kli/a A 2^)0.00 

Sa»ilf<fldt. Jeanoetfa 1,2'J0.(X) 

Hellacek. Julius 3r>O.0f) 

Sticha, Va<-lav .".(X).OO 

South, I'ark CommiHHion'H 15.(K)f).nO 

'I'aylor. Mosew 6.WX).f)0 

\Var<l, Julia A .MXi.tJO 

Willi.iinH, Jfjhn 2I2..')0 

For [ntfreht and costH 7.5.'j."i.27 .*57,885.57 

Add 2 [ter rent for rToba- 
ble d(-ficiency arising in 
the collection of this ap- 
propriation 1,1.57.73 

.'■^9,044.30 



LEGAL EXPENSE. 

For courts costs and 
other legal expenses, in- 
cluding bfioks, blanks, 
stationery and printing, 
etc .$12,000.00 

Legal services in the Lake 
Front case 7,000.00 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency in the col- 
lection of this appropri- 
ation 



$19,000.00 



380.00 



'S19,3 00 



POIilCE COUBTS. 

For fuel, books, blanks, 
statiojiery and repairs in 
the South, Southwest, 
West, North and Norlh- 
webt Divisions of the 
city 1,500.00 

Add 2 per cent, for prob- 
able deficiency arising 
in the collection of this 
appropriation.. 30.00 



POUNDS. 

For rent of lots and taxes 

for pounds in north and 

west divisions of the 

c ty, and pay of pound 

keepers in addition to 

revenue therefrom .Sl.200.00 

Add 2 per cent, for prob- 
able deficiency arising 

in the collection of this 

appropriation 24.00 



PBINTING AND STATIONERY. 

For printing Comptroller's 
report in pamphlets, ad- 



.$1,530.00 



.$1,224.00 



May 6,] 



55 



[1889. 



vertising, blanks, 
books, stationery, print- 
ing, etc $10,000.00 

Add 2 per cent, for prob- 
able deficiency arising 
in the collection of this 
appropriation 200.00 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

SALAETES. 

For general superintend- 
ent , $ 5,000.00 

For inspector and chief of 
detectives 3,300.00 

For secretary and store- 
keeper 2,00\00 

For chief clerk (rank of 
lieutenants) 2,000.00 

For clerk in secretary's 
office 1.200.00 

For stenographer 800.00 

For custodian 1,323.00 

For clerk in detective 
office 1,500.00 

For 2 assistant clerks in 
detective's office at $800. l,t 00.00 

For night clerk 900.00 

For 7 captains at .$2,250,.. 15,750.00 

For lieutenant detective 
office 1,700.00 

For patrol sergeant detec- 
tive office 1,400 00 

For 30 lieutenants at $1,500 45,000.00 

For 28 patrol sergeants at 
.$1,200 : 33,t500.00 

For photographer (rank 
lieute-jant) - 1.200.t0 

For 40 patrolmen for detec- 
tive duty at $1.212.75.... 48,510.00 

For 1 police court bailiff at 
Harrison st. police court 1,200 00 

For 4 police court bailifEs 
at $1,000 4,000.00 

Fi>r 3 pound keepers at 
$771.75 2,315.25 

For 52 desk sergeants at 
$1,102.50 57,330,00 

For two patrolmenMayor's 
and Comptroller's office 
at $1,000 2,000.00 

For 12 lock-up keepers at 
$1,000 12,000.00 

For two inspectors of pawn 
shops at .S1,000 2,000.00 

For 2 inspfictors of vehi- 
cles at $1,200 2,400.00 

For 160 patrolmen, first- 
class, for duty at bridges, 
tunnels, street crossings, 
depot?, etc., at $1,000.00 160,000.00 

For 150 patrolmen, first- 
class, for diitv on natrol 
wagons, at $1,000.00.... 150,000.00 

For 7.56 patrolmen, first- 
class, for patrol duty at 
$1,000 756,000.00 

For 66 patrolmen, second- 
class, for patrol duty 9 
months, at $60 per month 35,640.00 

For 2 engineers. Second 
and Twelfth District 
Stations, at $1,000 2,000.00 

For two asst. engineers at • 
second and twelfth dis- 
trict stations, 8 months 
at $551.25 1 in2..50 

For 12 janitors at $530 6,.S60 00 

For veterinary 1 000.00 

For 4 hostlers at $630 . . . 2,520.00 

For 2 watchmen for artil- 
lery at $756. 1,512.00 



$10,200.00 



For 12 matrons for police 

stations at $630 7,560.00 

For 3 drivers of supply 

wasons at $720 2,160.00 

For 34 drivers for patrol 

wagons at $720.. 24,480.00 

$1,400,162.75 

MISCELIiANEOUS SUPPLIES. 

For rent of ground sec- 
ond district station, 
corner of Harrison 
street and Pacific ave- 
nue; for rent of ground 
and building thir- 
teenth district station. 
West Madison street, 
for three months; for 
secret service, repairs 

of stations and barns, , 
gas, fuel, rations fur 
prisoners and lodgers, 
stars, clubs, belts, 
plates, buttons, de- 
vices for hats and 
caps, furniture, beds 
and bedding, cleaning 
stations, washing of 
bedding and towels, 
photographer's m a- 
terial, livery, postage, 
purchase and e x- 
change of horses, har- 
ness, medicine, barn 
fixtures and imple- 
ments, feeding and 
shoeing horses, print- 
ing and stationery, 
material for new wag- 
ons, repairs oE wagons, 
rental of telephones, 
police alarm boxes, 
special assessments, 
and labor for con- 
struction and repair- 
ing wagons, alarm 

boxes, etc. $110,000.00 



NEW SITES AND BUILDINGS. 



Station West North ave- 
nue and Noble street 

Station Thirty-fifth street 
and Emerald avenue 

For lot in vicinity of West 
North avenue and Noble 
street 

For building addition to 
Larrabee street station. 

For completing police 
station and court, cor- 
ner Maxwell and Mor- 
gan street. In addition 
to proceeds of sale of 
Twelfth street lot 



Less cash from miscella- 
neous sources and gen- 
eral fund 



$12,000.00 
12,000.00 

1,800.00 
5,000.00 



17,000.00 



Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 
the collection of this 
appropriation 



Total for police depart- 
ment in addition to the 



-$ 47,800 00 
$1,558,162.75 

700,000.00 
$ 858,162.75 



17,163.25 



May «,| 



\im. 



ntctMptit of tliH (inparU 
nioiit 



i'UHI.k; LinuAUY. 

For iiiHiiitHiiiintc H public 



library 



$HO,3-JO.0O 



BALAUIKS. 

MAYUU'H OKKltlK. 

b'ar Mnyor $ 7,i«K».(M) 

F»>r MM TPtary "J.-MKMIO 

For HKhirttHDt hocr^ary... l,r>i().U) 

For iue8HeD>;or 2U.i.(U 



COMPTROLLER S OFFICE. 

For comptroller $ r),(iO().(X) 

For chief clerk.. 3.0(/U)0 

For b(X)k keeper.. 'JJOO.lJO 

For RRfiistant bookkeeper l,*)*!).!!) 

For cashier l.HJMO 

For warrant record clerk. 1,»XX).U0 
For assistant warrant re- 
cord clerk 1,000.00 

For tax redemption and 

bridewell clerk 1,000.00 

For 3 general clerks at 

S1.200 3.6(X)tT0 

For 1 general clerk l.OOO.Ot) 

For stenographer 8(10.00 

For messenger SOO.OJ 



$11,200.00 



S 23,100.00 



CITY CLERK S OFFICE. 

For city clerk S 3,.500.00 

For deputy city clerk 2,.'K:0.00 

For chief clerK 2.(XX).00 

For license clerk l.SDO.iK) 

For license clerk 1.200.00 

For clerk 1,300 00 

For 2 clerks at $ 1 . 100 2.200,00 

For 2 clerks at $1,000 2xm ) 

For messenger 1,200.00 

For restoring burnei re- 
cords 2,000.00 



$19,200 00 



I'<JLICE COUIITM. 
For 2 |M>lic«< jiiMiici»«t, Houth 

diviHioM, at f .'.fiiin %:t.ir.roM) 

For 2 polxru juKlirei«, wetit 

diviniori at S2,.'H)0 ri.CXJO.OO 

For poliri- jiiHticu. itouth- * 

Wf'Ht ilivjnion 2..VJ0.00 

For i»olii'»' jiiHtice, north- 

wt'Htdivimon 2,S(Jli.0O 

For (mlice jiihtice, north 

divi-ion 2..V«M)r) 

For clerk Houth divittivu I.TiUlcO 

For«;l«'r< houfh division . . 1,0(<I.00 

For rh rk went divinion .. l,2<iO.O.J 

For clerk HouthweHt divi- 
sion 1,200.00 

For clerk northuc<t divi- 

f-ion l,20«).0i 

F«ir clerk north division. l/ilJO.OO 

Police jnMiice 3.")th and 

Kmeralfl av. »» m«»H. l/iTiO.O J 

Police clerk 3.'»ih and Em- 
erald av. 6 mus OOJ.fXJ 



$2fi,i;j0.ao 



OJTY COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. 

For city collector $4,000.i)i> 

For chief clerk l.Wiu.OO 

For cashier l,W>tOO 

B'or biiokkeeper 1,400.00 

For special assissment 

clerk 1,100 00 

For 2 special assessment 

clerks at $1,200 2,400.00 

For 3 license clerks at 

$1,200... 3.600.00 

For 2 notice and collecting 

clerks at $1,00) 2,(ClO.O I 

For 3 clerks at -Sl.OOO. 3.0O.).00 

F\»r sergeant at arms aijd 

delinquent license clerk 1,.->0(J.00 

For messenger fctfO.OO 



CITY TREASURER. 



For salary of city treasu- 
rer, including asst., 
clerks and exppnsep, to 
be paid out of interest 
arising from city balan- 
ces 



|i23.70.).00 



— .S2.VXM) 00 



LAW DEPARTME>'T. 

For corporation counsel.. $ 6,000.00 

For assistant corporation 

counsel 5,000.00 

For city attorney 5,0 XJ.OO 

For assistant city attorney l.tiOO.OO 

For prosecuting attorney. 4,000 CO 

For clerk to corporation 

counsel 1,500.00 

For clerk to city attorney. l,5UO.0O 

For clerk to prosecuting 

attorney 1,.500.00 

For clerk to check police 

reports 1,200.00 

For stenographer 900.lX> 

For legal assistance when 

required 3,000.00 

For legal services rendered 
by Francis Adams in the 
matter of the city of 
Chicago TS. the C. B. & 
Q. Ry. Co. in the super- 
ior, appellate and su- 
preme coorta.., 1,000.00 



CITY PHY.SICIAN. 

For city physician 



For tax agent 



For aldermen 



TAX .\GEN1S. 



ALBERIIEN. 



$.34,600.00 



For cash for miscellaneous 
sources and general fund 



Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 



$2,500.00 



S 1,000.03 

S8.000.00 
$174 9.50.00 

$65,000.00 
$ll«,950.03 



I 



May 6,] 



57 



[1889. 



the collectionof this ap- 
propriation 



$2,199.00 
$112,149.00 



"CITY SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND 
MEASITBES. 

For salary of City Sealer of Weights 
and Measures, assistance, expenses of office 
and etc., one-half of the inspection fees re- 
ceived by said officer, and hereby specific- 
ally appropriited." 

"city OIIv INSPECTOR. 

For salary of Oil Inspector, assistants, 
expenses of office, etc., one-half of the fees 
received by said officer and hereby specific- 
ally appropriated." 

SCHOOL SINKING FUND. 



To provide for the liquida- 
tion of bonds issued for 
school purposes. 

Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble deficiency arising in 
1^ the collection of this ap- 





$ 500.00 



10.00 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 



$510.00 



For the purchase of 
grounds, furniture, erec- 
tion of new buildings, 
repairs and rent of 
buildings, and support 
of schools, in addition 
to income from rents, 
interest and state divi- 
dends 



-$2,000,000.00 



SEWERAGE FUND. 

MAINTENANCE. 

For cleaning sewers and 

cat h basins $ 52,000 00 

For adjusting to grade 

manholes and catch ba- 
sins on streets ordered 

improved 40,000.00 

For repairs to sewers and 

catch basins 7,000.00 

For sewerage sinking 

fund 500.00 

For river improvement 

sinking fund 500.00 



$100,000.00 



SALAKIES. 

For Saperintendent $ 3,000.00 

For 3 Assistant Enginears, 

@ .$1,800 5.400.03 

For 3 Rod men ,@ $900 2,700 00 

For 1 General ('Jerk 1,200.00 

For 1 Thief Drain Clerk.. 1,500.00 

For 1 Permit Clerk 900.00 

For Chief Inspector of 

House Drains 1,200 00 

For 1 Draughtsman 1,200.00 

For one-third salaries of 
Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works office 7,100.00 



$ 24,200.00 



CONSTRUCTION. 

For extending Augusta 
street main sewer, from 
Drummond street to 
Grand avenue $ 22,000.00 

For building main sewer 
in Kedz e avenue, from 
Augusta street south 
to Ohio street 16,000.00 

For extending eewer in 
North avenue,from Cali- 
fornia avenue west to 
Kedzie avenue 18,0C0.00 

Extending sewer in Armi- 
tage avenue, from iVlil- 
waukee avenue we.st tio 
California avenue '.. 16,700.00 

Extending Fullerton ave- 
nue sewer, from Elston 
avenue to Western ave- 
nue 20.000.00 

Building rnain sewer in 
Rockwell street, from 
Twenty - second street 
north to Ogden avenue.. 13,500.00 

Building main sewer in 
Ashland avenre, from 
Bridgeport pumping 
works south to Thirty- 
lirst street 7,500.00 

Extending general systein 
and building catch ba- 
sins 232,325.18 

Refunding money a d- 
vanced by private par- 
ties when the condition 
of their certificates have 
been complied with 11,700.00 



$357,725.18 



Total for Sewerage depart- 
ment in addition to re- 
ceipts of the department, 



$481,925.18 



STREET LAMP FUND. 

For gas for lighting street, 
bridge and boulevard 
lamps; for lighting, 
cleaning and repairing, 
and thawing lamps; for 
salaries of gas inspect- 
ors and watchmen at 
the test meters, glass, 
new lamps, etc $400,000.00 

For material for lighting, 
cleaning and repairing 
lamps with other mate- 
rial than gas 100.000.00 

L°88 cash from miscella- 
neous sources and gen- 
eral fund 



$500,000.00 



150,000.00 



Add 2 per cent, for proba- 
ble defaciency arising in 
the collectionof this ap- 
propriation 



SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS OF 
ERTY. 

For special assessment on 
property belonging to 
the city 



$350,000.00 



7,0C0.00 
$357,000.00 



CITY PROP- 



27,000X)0 



May 



58 



(1889. 



A«M 2 p^r cont. for probn- 
Mt> (l<>ti('i<>iu'y uriHitit; in 
tlit« <-(illi'4-tiiiti i>r lliiH Hp- 
prtipriiit loll 

$27,MO.(«( 



Oram! total p\,m.W\:il 

Skc. '2. TIh' City (Mnk is liorrhy dircct- 
«mI to 111)' with tiw ('((uuly Clerk of Cook 
Cdiiiity, Illinois, on or lu'fon' tlir sccoiwl 
'riit'sila.N ol .\u;,'iisf. IHS'J, :i <-opy ol tliis(»r- 
(liiiaiicr, duly cfrliric'l l>y said Clerk. 

.Skc. f\. This dnlinaiict' sliali take clVect 
aiul he in lorce Iroui and after its pa.s.sa.i;e. 



Tho Clerk pn'sented a eoininnnicatioii of 
His Honor the Mayor, the C»>niptr<)ller, and 
the Chairman <»t the Finanee Committee, 
eoN t-rini; an ordinane»i designating I he hanks 
in wliieh all monies of tin; City of Chicago 
art* to he deposited, pnrsnant to an ordi- 
iianee passed March 25, lh^»9. 

Aid. Cnllerton moved that the same be 
published and referred to the Committee on 
Judiciary. 

Aid. Dixon moved to suspend the rules 
for the i)urpose of putting the ordinance on 
its passage. 

The motion was lost by yeas and naj's 
as follows, two-thirds failing to agree: 

I'eas— Dixon (1st ward^. Yierling. .Siini- 
niertield, Gorton, Hepburn, Madden, Mur- 
phy, Bunker. Bidwill, Wallner. Pond, 
Kent, Campbell. Mills. Landon, Lyke, 
AVeinhardt, Bowler, Kowalski, [lorn, 
Horner, Hage. Ernst, Burke (22nd ward), 
Muelhoefer, Tiedemann, Dunham — 27. 

iVajys — Whelan, Oehmen, Hickey. Burke 
(6th ward) O'Brien (6th wardj, Dvorak, 
Cnllerton. McEnerny, Jackson, Ryan, 
Young. Powers, Long. O'Brien {2'6d ward i, 
MeCormick-^15. 

The subject matter was then ordered 
published, and referred to the Committee 
on Judiciary. 

Aid. Dixon moved that the Committee be 
requested to report the ordinance book at 
the next regular meeting. 

So ordered. 

The following is the communication: 

City of Chicago, ) 
Depaktmext of Fixaxce. ^ 
May 4, 1SS9. ) 

To the Honorable, the City Council : 

Gextlemex: In obedience to the ordi- 
nance passed by the City Council, March 
25, 1889. authorizing and directing the 
Mayor, Comptroller, and the Chairman of 
the Finance Committee to secure proposals 
from city banks, looking to the deposit of 
all monies belonging to the City of Chicago 
in such bank or banks, the undersigned in- 
vited proposals from city banks according- 
ly, and received bids from a numjber of 



hanks; and, having duly eon.sidered (he 
sann-, we deem it for the hest iidereNts of 
the eit} to recomnu-nd the l»aiik.s herein 
named as places of dejMisit lor all city mon- 
ies, \ i/: 

The Atlas .\ati(.nal Hank. 

The National Kank ot Illinois. 

The Metropolitan Natidual Hank. 

'I Im' Chicago National IJank. 

The pr(»posals n-ceived from these hanks 
are in our judgment more adv antageous to 
the inleresis (d the eily than those snl)- 
mitted hy an> other hanks. 

W'e heiewith siilmiil lor the consi<lera- 
tion of the City Council an ordinance to 
carry into effect the purpose of theoriginal 
ordinance. 

Kespectfnll> snhmitted. 

Di;W rr r (.'. Cujk. ikh, 
M((!ji)r. 

W. J. On A MAX, 

Comptroller. 

Ap.tht ij Dixox, 

Clidirman of Finance Coimnitlee. 

ax oriuxaxcp:. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Cliicac/o: 

Sectiox 1. Whereas, the Mayor, Comp- 
troller, and Chairman of the Committee of 
Finance, pursuant to Section 2 of an ordi- 
nance passed March 25. 1889, for securing 
proposals from banks for the dejmsit by 
the City Treasurer of the monies in his 
hands belonging to the City of Chicago, as 
appears by their report s'ubmitted to the 
Council, recommend the banks hereinafter 
named as the banks for the deposit of such 
money, and. in pursuance of Section 1 of 
said ordinance, and in pursuance of Sec- 
tion 9 of Article 7, of an act entitled 
"An Act to provide for the incorporation 
of cities and villages,'' in force July 1, 
1872, and adopted by the City of Chicago 
April 23. 1875, the City Treasurer of the 
City of Chicago is hereby directed and 
required to deposit and keep all mon- 
ies that shall come into his hands be- 
longing to the City of Chicago, during the 
the residue of his term of office, or until 
otherwise designated by the City Council, 
in the following banks, viz: In the Atlas 
>^ational Bank "of Chicago, in the Metro- 
politan Xational Bank of Chicago, in the 
Chicago Xational Bank of Chicago, and in 
the Xational Bank of Illinois of Chicago. 
One-fourth of said monies, as near as prac- 
ticable, to be deposited in each of said 
han^s: provided, said monies shall not be 
deposited until each of said banks shall fur- 
nish a bond, to be approved by the City 
Council, in the penal sum of .S2.oCK),000. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



The Gas Inspector submitted his report 
of photometrical tests, for the month of 
April, 1889, which was 



May 6,1 



59 



[1889. 



Placed on file. 



The Clerk presented the report of the 
Commissioners to make estimate for curb- 
ing, falling and paving South LaSalle street, 
from Archer avenue to Twenty-sixth street. 

Aid. Oehmen moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motioi> prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for curbing, filling and paving 
Shields avenue, from Twenty-sixth street 
to Thirty-first street. 

Aid. Oehmen moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

- The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for curbing, filling and paving 
AVhitehouse place, from Wentworth avenue 
to Stewart avenue. 

- Aid. Hickey moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto at- 
tached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for curbing and filling Twenty- 
third street, from State street to Wentworth 
avenue. 

Aid. Hickey moved that the report be ap- 
proved and that the order thereto attached 
be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The report of the Commissioners to make 
estimate for 50 lamp posts on Kedzie ave- 
nue, from West Harrison street to Central 
Park boulevard. 

Aid. Campbell moved that the report be 
approved and that the order thereto 
attached be passed. 

The motion prevailed. 



The Commissioner of Public Works pre- 
sented a report and ordinance for 27 lamp 
posts on Beldon avenue from Sheffield 
avenue to Southport avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
flage, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed l^y yeas and nays as 
follows: 



Fms— Whelan, Dixon, (1st ward), Tier- 
ling, Summerfield. Gorton, Dixoii (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murpliy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Waliuer, McEnerny. Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan,' Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Miilvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22nd 
ward), Muelhoefer," O'Brien (28rd ward), 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham — 46. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for six lamp 
posts on Albany avenue from West Madi- 
son street to Colorado avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — Whelan, Dixon (1st ward),Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, 
Hickey, Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th 
ward), Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, 
Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, .Jackson, Bowler. Ryan, 
Kowalski, Horn, Young, Mulvihill. Hor- 
ner, Harris, Powers, liage. Long, Ernst. 
Burke, (22nd ward), Muelhotfer. O'Brien 
(23rd ward), McCormick, Tiedemann, 
Dunham— 46. 

iVays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for ten lamp 
posts on Dayton street, liom Xorth avenue 
to Willow street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Ernst, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, Mur- 
phy. Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bidwill, 
Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, Camp- 
bell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22d ward), 
Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23rd ward), McCor- 
mick, Tieilemann, Dunham — 46. 

Nays— None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for five lamp 
posts on Osgood street, from Webster av- 
enue to Belden avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Hage, the ordinance was put upon its 



May ti, I 



m 



iiassii]b;(' :iii<l pas.Hi'il hy yi'as atid imy.s rh fol- 
lows: 

Vr/l.v \\'lnl.m. DiMiii ( Isl \' u-il- 

iiiU.Siiiiiiiifi lii'lil. < iiii loll. I )i\<)iii :;i <( wan 1 1, 
I IrplMini. .M.liMrii, ( )i'|iiiirti, llirkt-y, 
IliirUt' Kith wiinli. O'llrim nitli ward), 
l<nv»', MiiinliN, hvuiak, IJiinkiT, ( 'iillt ilnii. 
hitlwill, Walliicr, Mf I'liirrii > . I'oinl, Kent, 
( aiiiplii'll. Mills. Laiiiloii, Lvkc. W fiiilianll , 
.larksdii. Knwicr. |{>aii, Knwalski. Horn. 
^■olllll^. MiiKiliill. Ilonii'r, llanis, l'(»w<'r.s, 
Han*'. Loiiu. i'lrnsl, .M< ( lillcn. Uiirkr i^'JikI 
wani I. M iit iliofrt'r. (rniicii ('J."»i(l ward), 
McCoriiiirk. 'I'irdciiiaiiii. Ihinliain it). 

N<nis None. 



AT-SO, 

A r»'i)!)rt and ordinance for four lani)> 
posts on Hiittcrlifid slrcft, t'roni 'rw<'nty- 
sixtli stret'l to TwiMity-seventli stieet, 

IJy unaninK)us consent, on motion of A Id. 
HickcN, the ordinance was put upon its 
l)assa;L(e and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

i'cr/s—Whelaii. Dixon fist wardi.Vior- 
linu, Suniiner(ield,(Jorton. Dixon (8d ward), 
Hei)l)urn. Madden. Oelniien. Ilickey, 
• Burke lOtli ward), ()"r>rien (tjth ward). 
Love, Mur])hy. i)vorak, Jiunker, Cul- 
lerton. Hidwill, Wallner. McEnerny, 
Pond. Kent. ('ani]>l)p|l, Mills. Landoii, 
Lyke, Weinliardt. . Jackson, liowler, Jiyan, 
K()walski. Horn. Younjii;. Mulviliill, ll-orner, 
Harris. Powers, IIa<;e."l^oiig. Ernst. Jiurke 
(22nd ward). Muelhoeter. O'lirien (28d 
ward). ^IcCorniick, Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 45. 
Nays — None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for cnrbing and 
tilling Twenty-third place, from Wentworth 
avenue to Archer avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Oehmen. the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

l^'ea-s— Wlielan. Dixon list ward), Vier- 
ling, 8nmmertield. Gorton, Dixon fSd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden. Oehnien, Hick- 
ey. Burke (t5th ward). O'Brien ( 6tli ward), 
Love. Murphy, Dv(»rak. Bunker. Cullerton, 
Bidwill. VN'allner, McEnery, Pond. Kent. 
Campbell. Mills. Landon,' Lyke. Wein- 
hardt, Jackson. Bowler. Eyan, Kowalski, 
llorn^ Young, ]MuIviIiill. Ilorner. Harris. 
Powers, Hage. Long. Ernst, Burke 1 22d 
ward ), Muelhoefer. O'Brien 1 28d w ard 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham — 46. 

Nays. — None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing, 
grading and paving alley, from Ann street 
to Elizabeth street, betw^een West Lake 
street and Fulton street. 



liy unaiiiinoiiH consent on motion of Aid. 
i'oiid the motion was put upon its passage 
and passed by yeas and na>sas follows: 

IV/fcx— Wlielan Dixon Msl ward), V'ier- 
ling Sumuici lifld, (iorlon. Dixon (.'(rd 
ward ), I ii-pbiii II, Madden. ( )c| I iiM ii, II ickey, 
IJiiikc (Hih ward), O'jJrieii itiih ward). 
Love, MiirpliN . Dvorak, liutiker, Cullerton, 
llidwill, Walliier, .McKiierny, Pond, 
Kent, ('ampl)ell. Mills, Landon, i^yke, 
Weinhardt, .lackson, liowjer, liyaii, 
Kowalski, H<»rn, Young. MuL iliill, INjriier, 
Harris, Powers, Hage, Long, Krnst, iJiirke 
(22iid ward). .M uellioller, O'Hrieii (2;',d 
ward), .McCormick, Ticjlemann, Dun- 
ham {(). 
Niiys Siniv. 



ALSO, 

A report and onlinance for cnrbing, fill- 
ing and paving Fairfield avenue, from West 
Twelfth stre;'t to Harvard street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Wallner, the ordinance was juit upon its 
passage and ]>asse<l by jcas and nays as 
follows: 

Whelan Dixon Hst wanh. Vier- 
ling.Summerfield, (lorton. Dixon (8d ward), 
Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen. IHck- 
ey. Burke fr)th ward), O'lirien (Oth ward). 
Love. Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, ('ullerton, 
Bid well. Wallner, McEnery, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell. Mills. Landon,' Lyke. Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler. Pyan". Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulviliill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22d 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (28tl ward), 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham — 4tj. 
Xays. — None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for curbing' 
filling and paving Twenty-second Place, 
from Portland avenue to Archer avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Burke (6th wardj, the ordinance was put 
upon its passage and passed by yeas 
and nays as folio .vs: 

Y^cas— Whelan. Dixon Qst ward), Vier- 
ling, t>ummertield. Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward, (Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward'). 
Love. Murphy. Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny. Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler. Kyan. Kowalski. Horn, 
Young, Mulviliill. Horner. Harris, Powers, 
Hage, Long, Ernst. Burke (22nd ward), 
Muelhoefer, O'Brien i23rd ward ). McCor- 
mick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 46. 

Nays — None. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
on both sides of Arthur street, from 



May t>,J 



61 



[1889 



AVest Sixteenth street to West Eighteenth 
street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Murpliy, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

1"C(TS— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling. Summerfield. Gorton, Dixon(3d ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward). O'Brien (6th ward). 
I.ove. Muri)hy, Dvorak, Bunker. Cullerton, 
Bidwill. Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, \Yein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler. Byan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill. Horner, Harris. 
Powers, flage. Long, Ernst, Burke (22d 
ward), Muelhoefor, O'Brien i2Sd wardj, 
McCormick, Tiedemau, Dunham — 46. 

Nays— }^ one. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for sidewalk on 
both sides of Wentworth avenue, from 
Archer avenue to Napoleon place. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Oehmen, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

I"c«^—AVhelan, Dixon (1st ward),Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
wardj, Hepburn, Madden,Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th wardi, O'Brien (6th ward). 
Love, Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill. Waliner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, ' Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan", Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22nd 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23rd wardj, 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dimham — 46. 

NaysSone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for opening St. 
Louis avenue across right of wav of C. &. 
N. W. Pvailroad, in Section 11, 39,^13. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passeci oy yeas and nays as 
follows: 

I^cos— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward I, 
Hepburn, Madden. Oehmen, Hickev, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Briei:^ (6th ward). Love, 
Murphy. Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, AYaJlner. McEnernv. Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills. Landon. Lvke. Weinhardt. 
Jackson, Bowler. Kyan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22nd ward), 
Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d Wardj, McCor- 
mick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 46. 

JSaysSone. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for opening an 
alley, from east line of Downs c\c Bielen- 
birg's Addition to Chicago, to Central Park 
avenue, between Nicollet avenue and Ful- 
ton street. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon (1st wardj, Yier- 
ling.Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), 
Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th wardi. O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond. Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, ^^'ein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Kyan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22d 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 16. 

Nays— ^ one. 



ALSO, 

A rejiort and ordinance for opening an 
alley, fr<nu east line of Downs ^fe Biclen- 
berg's addition to Chicago, to Central Park 
avenue, between West Lake street and 
Nicollet avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Landon, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and jiassed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas — AYhelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ing,Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward ), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward). O'Brien (6th ward). Love, Mur- 
phy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bidwill, 
Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent. Campbell, 
]S[ills, Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, 
Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, Young, 
Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, Hage, 
Long, Ernst, Burke (22d ward), Mu<4- 
hoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham — 46. 

Nays— ^ one. 



ALSO. 

A report and ordinance for repealing 
and annulling assessment for the im- 
lu'ovement of alleys between Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth streets, and between 
Michigan avenue and Indiana avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Summerfield the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

l^eas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward). Yier- 
ling,Summerfie]d, Gorton, Dixon (3rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward], 
Love, Murphv, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lvke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 



May r.,| 



1889 



Voiiii;^, Miilviliill. lluriHT, Harris. I'owrr.s, 
Mil;,'*', Loiiu, I'lriist, Hiirkr (liL'tid wiinl), 
MiirllHM'tcri O Kririi (L'.'Snl wanl i, McCor- 
iiiii-k, 'ri<'ili>ni:itiii, I )iiiili:iMi lti. 
\aus None. 

Till' lollowiiiK i'^ III*' <»r(linaiu'c UKpasHcd: 

OlllUNANCIO 

IIi'I»t';iliii'4 nrdiiiaiicc and aimiilliii^ asscss- 
iiicnl lur the im|ir(t\ riiinit <»!' alleys 
Iwrni 'I'wcniy-rdiirlh shcfl and hclwcun 
Miciiiuan aMMUu'and Indiana avcnnc. 

lie it nnhiiiicd h]i the City Council of the 

Vit\l (if ( 'hirdiji). 

Skci ion 1. 'I'liaf flic ordinance enlitled 
"An ordinance lor (lie iinprovcnicnt ol al- 
U'ys ht'twecn 'I'\venl> -third street and 
'rwenty-fonrtli street and hetwet^n Miciii- 
iinn aveiine and Indiana avenne," i>ass('d 
January I, ISSII, he and the same is hen^by 
repealed, and thai the assessment nnuh; un- 
der tlie |)rovisi()ns of said ordinance, con- 
lirnied February i:5, ISM*. Warrant W)M, he 
and tlie same is lu'rehy aiiniilled. 

Si:('. 2. Tliat the Comptroller is lu'rehy 
directed to rel'und all moneys paid on ac- 
count of said Warrant UOoT, upon the pres- 
entation of the original receipts for the 
same. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance repealincf ordin- 
ance for the extension of Hermitage avenue, 
from West Jackson street to Ogden avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Mills, the ordinance was pnt upon its^ 
l)assage and passed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Vens — "Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Sumniertie]d,Gorton, Dixon (8d ward), 
llei)burn, Madden, Oehmen. Hickey, 
Burke (t)tli ward), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love. Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Bowers, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22d 
ward), Muellioefer, O'Brien (23d ward), 
McCormick, Tiedemann. Dunham— 46. 

Xays—x\one. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Repealing ordinance for the extension of 
Hermitage avenue from West Jackson 
street to Ogden avenue. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance entitled 
"an ordinance for the extension of 
Hermitage avenue, from West Jackson 
street to Ogden avenue," passed October 29, 
1888, be and the same is hereby repealed. 

Sec. 2. That the Corporation Counsel is 
hereby directed to dismiss and discontinue 



all proceedings in (he Superior court of 
Cook county in respect to said improve 
nn'nl. 

Six*. .'{. This ordinance shal I be in Torec 
from and alter its passage. 



A I. pit, 

A r<'port and ordinance (r>i" repealing; or- 
dinance and annulling assessment for th<- 
iniprosemenf of l-lnieiald avenue, from 
T\veiit> ninth street to Kgaii avenue. 

By unaninioiis consent, on motion of A Id. 
Oehmen. the (»rdinance was jmf upon 
its passage and passed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

}'a/.s' \Vlie,laii, Hixon i l.sl ward), \'ii-r- 
ling, Sumiiierlield. (lortoii, Hixoii (I'.rd 
ward I, Hepburn, Madden. Oehmen, Hick<'y, 
Burke (titli ward), O'Brien lOtb ward), 
Love, Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, I'ond, Kent, 
(.'ampbell. Mills, Lamhui, L\ ke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, i;>an, Kowalski, 
Horn, "i'oung, Mulvihill, Horner. Harris. 
Powers, Hage, Long. Ernst, Burk<' (22nd 
ward), Mnelhoeter, O'Brien (21U\ ward), 
McCormick. Tiedenumn, Dunham— 40. 

NaysSona. 

The following is the ordinance as passed : 

OliDINANCE 

Repealing ordinance aiul annulling assess- 
ment for the improvement of P^merald 
avenue from, Twenty-ninth street to Egan 
avenue. 

Be it ordairied hy tlie City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinanc(! entitled 
"iVn ordinance for tin; iiiii)rovemcnt of 
Emerald avenue, from Twenty-ninth street 
to Egan avenue," passed January 3, 1888, 
be and the stime is herel)y rej)ealed, and 
that the assessment made under the provis- 
ions of said ordinance, confirmed Octol)er 
1, 1888, AVarrant 9269, be and the same is 
hereby annulled. 

Sec. 2. That the ComjitroUer is here))y 
directed to refund all moneys ])aid on ac- 
count of said Warrant 9269, u])oii the pres- 
entation of the original receipts for the 
same. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for changing 
name of Douglas Park place to Washbiirne 
avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Campbell the ordinance was ]nit upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

y^ea.5_Whelan. Dixon (1st ward », Yier- 
ling.Summertield. Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), 
Hepburn. Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward). O'Brien (6th ward), 



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Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, 
Bidwil], Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyk'e, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Eyan, Kowalski, Horn, 
Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers, 
Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22nd ward), 
Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), McCor- 
raick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 46. 
Nays— 1^ one. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

OEDINANCE 

Changing name of Dougla-s Park place to 
W ashburne avenue. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the name of the street 
heretofore known as Douglas Park place, 
running east and west from AVashtenaw 
avenue to California avenue, be and the 
same is hereby changed to Washburne ave- 
nue. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



ALSO, 

A report and ordinance for establishing 
roadway on Flournoy slreet,from Kockwell 
street to Kedzie avenue. 

i^y unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Mills, the ordinance M^as put upon its pass- 
age and passed by yeas and nays as fol- 
lows : 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vier- 
ling, Summerfield, Gorton, Dixon (8d ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, 
Burke (6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward)! 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton', 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke,A¥einhardt; 
.Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, 
1 oung, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, Powers 

ii^^?.' ^P"^' -^^"I'ke (22nd ward), 

Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d ward), McCor- 
mick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 46. 
Nays.—JSone. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ORDINANCE 

Establishing roadway on Flournoy street, 
irom Rockwell street to Kedzie avenue. 

^* ?''^^«^'"ecZ by the City Council of 
the City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the roadway on Flour- 
noy street, from Rockwell street to Kedzie 
avemie, be and the same is hereby estab- 
hshed at thirty (30) feet. 

Sec. 2. That all ordinances or parts of 
ordinances conflicting with this ordinance 
be and the same are herebv repealed. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance" shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

ALSO, 

. A report and ordinance for establish- 
ing giaewalk space on Bauwans street, 



from Blackhawk street to Ashland avenue. 

By unanimous consent, on motion of Aid. 
Weinhardt, the ordinance was put upon its 
passage and passed by yeas and nays fol- 
lows: 

l^eas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerfield,Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, 
Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, Harris, 
Powers, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22d 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23d v^^ard), 
McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham— 46. 

Nays— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

ordinance 

Establishing sidewalk space on Bauwans 
street, from Blackhawk street to Ashland 
avenue. 

Be it ordained hf/ the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. That the sidewalk space on 
Bauwans street, from Blackhawk street to 
Ashland avenue, be and the same is hereby 
established at twelve (12) feet. 

Sec. 2. That all ordinances or parts of 
ordinances conflicting with this ordinance 
be and the same are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



petitions, communications and 
ordinances. 

Aid. Whelen presented an order to 
permit W. A. Conway to erect a barber 
pole, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That authority be hereby grant- 
ed to W. A. Conway to erect barber pole at 
No. 197 South Clark street, under supervis- 
ion of the Department of Public Works. 



Aid. Dixon (1st ward) presented an or- 
der to permit Marshall Field to construct 
show windows and storm doors on the 
State and Washington street fronts to his 
retail store, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
issue a permit to Marshall Field to lower 
the prismatic lights on the State and Wash- » 
ington street fronts of his retail store, on 
the northeast corner of said streets, and to 
construct along said fronts show windows 



May «,J 



64 



[vm. 



and stomi iloon corerin^ main entmnr<» on 
Mat«* .HtriH't, iu) (l('Itiu'ut*nl <in pluii lu'n>to 
attacheti. 



AI<!»'nnan nix«»n fist wanli. pivs«»nt«I 
r aiitli Fori p:iu;:li to 

Laki' 1 k in . fitly. iiiMin 

th«' paynuMit *»t a license fee of ^SUOiierclay. 
and moved its i>assa>;e. 

Tbe niutioD prevailed. 

The following is the order as |Mused: 

Ordered. That the Comptroller Ite and is 
hereby aiithoriz»il and ilirei'ted to grant 
Adam Fi»r<*i»au'^li the free of the Lake 
Front ft»r lUie \vt>ek in July. u| 1 
Fi»repauijh pay in? ^^i?^* i>er day li« . - . r 
said week. 

Aid. L. B. Dixon < 'M wardi. i - n 

order for an estimate for extent; _ .1- 

leries of the Council chamber, and mu\e«l 
its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of Pob- 
lie Works l>e and he is hereby reijuested to 
send to this Council, at its next regular 
meeting, an estimate for extending the eal- 
leries around the north and s^'uth sides of 
the Council Chamber. 

Aid. Hepburn presented an order to let 
contract for improvin«: certain alleys in the 
4th ward, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

OP.DEB. 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise and to let contracts for paving 
the alleys between Groveland and Wood- 
lawn parks and between Michigan and 
Wabash avenues and Thirty-third and 
Thirty-fourth streets, as provided by ordi- 
nances passed: proi-idtd the contractors 
will wait for their pay until the assessment 
has been collected. 

Aid. Madden presented an ordinance ac- 
eepting the dedication of an alley in Dver 
»!t Davisson"s Subdivision, and "moved its 
passage. 

The motion prevailed by veas and navs 
as follows: 

Tra«— Whelan. Dixon fist ward]. Tierl- 
ing. Snmmerfield. Gorton. Dixon fSd ward], 
Hepburn. Madden. Oehnien.Hicke v. Burke 
r6th ward]. O'Brien it>th ward'i. Mur- 
phy. Dvorak, Btmker. Cnllerton, Bidwill. 
Wallner. McEnemy. Pond. Kent. Camj^ 
bell. Lyke, Weinhardt. .Jackson. B4)wler. 
Eyan. Kowalski. Horn. Toun^r. H«.mer, 
Powers. Long. Muelhwfer. O'Brien i23d 
wardj. McCormiok, Tiedemann.— 37. 

Xays — >one. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 



Be U ordnhted by the City Council of the 
City of Chuttijt*: 

Sk< Tiox 1. That the Citv of Chi«-agf» 
herfby a« 1 " • ' .| i»v plat 

niadr bv 1 f Lot 9, 

BliM-k 1>>. I A 1 .f 
5Mnitb»':i.st '^.nort : - 

north K.ii.j:.- li.« a.>i.>i P.M., 
• d .lanuary 7. lN7y, in b<jok U. page 
JO, and acknowledged December 30, 1S78. 

A hi. Madden 5>resent«*d a remonstrance 

against paving the east and west alley l>e- 
tw»i-n <;ri»vclandPark and Woodland Park, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, S. D. 



Aid. Madden presented a petition praj- 
ing that the lease of the < ity )|uarantine 
grounds l»e not renewed, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, S. D. 

Aid. Hickey presented a T>etTtion and an 
order for a Hagman to be sr at night 

at the railr<»ad crossing of ^ i tavenut 
and Twenty-fourth street, and moved the 
passage of the order. 

The motion prevailed. 

Thft following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby direct«Ml to 
cause a nijrht dagmau to be placed at cross- 
ing on Stewart avenue and Twenty-fourth 
street, in compliance with the attached pe- 
tition of citizens. 



Aid. Burke (f>th ward » presented a peti- 
tion and an ordinance vacating part of an 
alley in Block 4. Springer «!t Fox's Addition 
to Chicago, which was' 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
AUeys. S. D. 



Aid. Murphy present e<l orders for sewers 
in West Twenty-first street, from .Jefferson 
street to ITnion street, and in String street, 
from Twenty-first street to Twenty-second 
street, which were 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works with power to act. 

AJd. Mnrphy presented an order for 
lamp posts on" Lisle street, from Union 
street to Halsted street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance- 



Aid. Murphy presented an order for lamp 
posts on West Seventeenth street, from 
Union street to Halsted street, which was 



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65 



[1889. 



Eeferred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 

Aid. Dvorak presented an order author- 
izing Joy, Morton & Co. to erect a salt 
transfer house on the C, B & Q. slip, be- 
tween John place and O'Xeill street, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Fire and 
Water. 



Aid. Cullerton presented an order grant- 
ing permission for the erection of a shelter 
shed on Lots 18 and 19 in Block 11, Walker's 
Dock Addition, which was 

Keferred to the Committee on Fire and 
Water. 



Aid. McEnerny presented a petition and 
an ordinance for vacating alleys, in Block 
21, Douglas Park Addition to Chicago, 
which w^ere 

Referred to Department of Public Works 
for proper ordinance. ' 



Aid. Pond presented an order for curb- 
ing and paving with cedar blocks, the 
alleys, in Block 1, Union Park Addition, 
and in Block 10, Union Park 2nd Addition, 
which w^as 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Campbell presented an ordinance 
establishing grade at southwest curb line 
of West Madison street and Oakley avenue, 
and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Yeas— Whelan, Dixon [1st w^ardj, Yierl- 
ing, Summertield, Gorton, Dixon [8d ward], 
Hepburn, Madden, Oelinien, Hickey, Burke 
lt)thwardj. Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bun- 
ker, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, McEn- 
erny, Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler. Ko- 
walski, Horn, Young, Mulvihill, Horner, 
.Long, Burke (22d ward), Muelhoeter, Mc- 
Cormick, Tiedeniann, Dunham— 39. 

Nays—None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

OKDIXAlSrCE 

Establishing grade at southwest curb line 
of West Madison street and Oakley av- 
enue. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Sectiox 1. That the grade at the south- 
west curb line of West Madison street and 
Oakley avenue, be and the same is herebv 
established at 16 8-10 feet. 

Sec. 2. The above height as fixed is in- 
tended to be measured, from the plane of 



low water of A. D. , 1847, as fixed by the 
Commissioners of the Illinois and Michigan 
Canal, and adopted by the late Board of 
Sewerage Commissioners and the late 
Board of Public Works as the base or 
datum for city levels. 

Sec. 3. That all ordinances or parts of 
ordinances conflicting with this ordinance 
be and the same are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 4. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



Aid. Campbell presented an order look- 
ing toward the purchase of land by the city 
in the West. Division, for the purpose of 
erecting a buildiug thereon to be used as a 
water office, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Fire and 
Water. 



Aid. Campbell presented an order direct- 
ing the Commissioner of Public Works to 
deliver to the Fire Department the posses- 
sion and control of the lot at the southwest 
corner of Chicago avenue and Sedgwick 
street, and moved its passage. 

The motioh prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works, be and he is hereby directed 
to deliver to the Fire Department the pos- 
session and control of the lot at the south- 
west corner of Chicago avenue and Sedg- 
wick street, to be used for the purpose of 
an electric light power station. 



Aid. Lyke presented an order to stop the 
building of an oil tank at Artesian avenue 
and the Pan Handle Railroad tracks, and 
moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Police Department 
be and they are hereby instructed to stop 
the building of an oil house or tank at Ar- 
tesian avenue and the Pan Handle Rail- 
road, until further ordered by this Council. 

Aid. Lyke presented a petition and an 
ordinance amending Section 883 of Article 
2 of Chapter 13, of the Municiple Code of 
1881, pertaining to the storage of crude pe- 
trolium gasoline, naptha, etc., which was 

Referred to the Committee on Fire and 
Water. 

Aid. Landon presented an order for a 
sidewalk on the west side of Kedzie avenue 
from Central Park boulevard to Chicago 
avenue, wiiich was 

Referred to 'the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Landon presented an order for oil 
lamps on Kedzie avenue, from Central Park 
Boulevard to Chicago avenue, which was 



M:iy 



[1889. 



Utiferrrd li» I >*'|>artiiiciil(»r rublic Works 
for ail urdiiiaiit i'. 



Aid. Landoti prrsciitiMl a prtition and nti 
ordrr to cliaiiuf tlic iiaiiit' of Nicolh't 
avciiiic, from California avciiin* to lloinan 
avciiin' to that of Euclid a\ cmik', wliidi were 

Uffcrri'd to the Dcpartiin'nt of I'uMic 
Works tor an ordinance. 



Aid. .lackson pre.soidcd an order to 
stay the collection of Warrants H.wr) and 
«.»♦).*{(), water service and drains on Crystal 
street, and niovetl its passage. 

The motion i)revailed. 

The following is tlie order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Law l)ej)artment ])e 
and it is hereby directed to stay tlui collec- 
tion of assessment on Warrants No. 9565 
and SH'hH), being for drains and water ser- 
vice i)ipes in Crystal street, from Leavitt 
street:to its eastdrn terminus, for one year. 



Aid. Ryan ]>resented a preamble and 
resolution' looking toward the removal of 
toll gates on Milwaukee avenue, in Section 
25, recently annexed to the City of Chicago, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Judiciary. 



Aid. Eyan presented an order directing 
the laying of water mains on Leavitt street 
north "of Milwaukee avenue, and moved its 
passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and is hereby directed to no- 
tify the People's Gas Company to lay its 
mains on North Leavitt street north of Mil- 
waukee avenue, before said Leavitt street is 
paved. 



Aid. Ryan presented a petition and a res- 
olution to change the signs on the Hum- 
boldt Park cars, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Resolved, That the signs now designat- 
ing the street cars running on West ^orth i 
avenue by the words "North Avenue"" are i 
misleading, inasmuch as said cars run to 
Humboldt Park, and formerly were, and 
should be now. so designated, namely: 
'•Humboldt Park."" 

JResolved. That the City Clerk be re- 
requested to forward a copy of the above 
resolution to the West Division Railway 
Company, with the request that the prayer 
of the petitioners hereto attached be com- 
plied with. 



Aid. Muivihll! nresenU'd an order for the 
report as to whether or not the Wisconsin 
Central Railway Company observt-s tiie 
city (»rdiiianci' in the matter of operating 
its road, and mo\»Ml its i)assage. 

Tin; ni(;tion prevailed. 

'J'he following is tin; order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
ic Works is liereby directed tr> report to 
this Council, at its next regular meeting 
whether or not the trains of the WiscoiiRin 
Central Itailway are run through the (;ity 
at a greater rate of spcM'd than is jjermitted 
by the City Ordinances or the State Stat- 
utes; also, whether said Railway C(»m]>any 
liave j)laced i>roper jjrotection gates anil 
signal devices at the crossing of streets, to 
protect human life. 



Aid. Horn presented an order for the en- 
forcement ot the street sprinkling ordi- 
nance, and mov».'d its jiassage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is tlie order as pas.sed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pul)- 
lic "Works be and he is hereby directed to 
enforce the street sprinkling ordinance on 
all street car lines. 



Aid. Horn presented an order for the en- 
forcement of Section 1511 of the Municipal 
Code of 1881, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pu]>- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
enforce Section 1511 of the Municipal Code 
of 1881. 



Aid. Ernst presented an order to let con- 
tract for improving Eugenie street, Men- 
ominee street and Wisconsin street, and 
moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
advertise and let the contract for the im- 
provement of Eugenie street. Menominee 
street and Wisconsin street, from Sedgwick 
street to Larrabee street, to the lowest bid- 
der: provided, the contractor will wait for 
his pay until the assessment is collected. 



Aid Burke (22d ward) presented an or- 
der for grading, tilling anxl paving the alley 
running west from Astor street, between 
Goethe street and Scott street, which was 

Referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



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67 



[1889. 



Aid. O'Brien (23d ward) presented a peti- 
tion and an order for paving, with cedar 
blocks, Sedgwick street, from Division 
street to Elm street, which were 

Keferred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 



Aid. Tiedemann presented an order to 
stay the application for judgment in the 
matter of the assessment for stone side- 
walk on Huron street, from E,ush street to 
St. Clair street, and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel 
be and he is hereby directed to withhold 
the application for "judgment at tlie July 
term of the County Court on Warrant No. 
9641, being for an assessment for stone 
sidewalk on Huron street, from Kush to St. 
Clair streets. 



Aid. Tiedemann presented a petition and 
an ordinance granting consent to the Board 
of Lincoln Park Commissioners to take, 
regulate control and improve Dearborn 
avenue, from the south line of Lincoln 
Park to the north line of Chicago avenue, 
which was 

Referred to the Committee on Streets and 
Alleys, W. D. 



Ujs^finished business. 

The Clerk presented the report of the 
Committee on Finance, on preamble and 
order for quit claims deed of Lot 27 to Mar- 
cus C. Stearns, deferred and published 
April 29, 1889. 

Aid. Dixon moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows : 

l^eas— Whelan (1st ward), Dixon [1st 
ward], Yierling, Summerfiekl, Gorton, 
Dixon (Bd ward), Hepburn, Whelan, Oeh- 
men, Hickkey, Burke (Gtliward), O'Brien 
(Bthward) Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bun- 
ker, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, McEn- 
erny. Pond, Kent, Cam.pbell, Mills, 
Landon, Lyke, Weinhardt, Jackson, Bow- 
ler, Ryan, Kowalski, Horn, Young. Mulvi- 
hill, "Horner, Harris. Powers, McCann. 
Long, Ernst. McGillen, Burke, (22nd 
ward), Muelhoeter, O'Brien (28d ward), 
McCormick. Tiedemann, Dunham — 14. 

Nays — None. 

The following is the order as passed : 

Whekear, Prior to the twenty-fifth of 
February, 1859, Augustus Garrett and .f. 
T. Scammon, of the City of Chicago, had 
secured the payment of an indebtedness to 
the City of Chicago in the sum of about 
twenty-eight hundred (.^2,800) dollars, and 
executed a certain mortgage deed to said 



City of Chicago, thereby mortgaging and 
conveying that certain wharfing lot of said 
Lot five (5), in Block twenty-one (21), in 
the Original Town of Chicago, and desig- 
nated as wharfing lot twenty-seven (27), in 
the Original Town of Chicago, as the same 
is represented on the map oi wharfing lots 
on South Water street and East Water 
street, north of Randolph street; and 

Whereas, Said mortgage was given to 
perfect the title in said Scammon and Gar- 
rett to said lot as the result of certain liti- 
gation theretofore had with respective to 
said wharfing lots; and 

Whereas, It was understood and agreed 
as part of the compromise of said litiga- 
tion that the City of Chicago should quit- 
claim by deed all of its interests in said lot; 
and 

Whereas, A certain release deed was 
made on the tenth day of December, 1872, 
of said mortga^'e as above described; and 

Whereas, No quit-claim deed has ever 
been delivered from the City of Chicago to 
the owner of said wharfing lot above, de- 
scribed. 

Now, therefore, it is ordered, that the 
Mayor and Comptroller be and they are 
hereby authorized to execute and deliver 
to Marcus C. Stearns, a quit-claim deed of 
all interests of the City of Chicago, in and 
to that certain wharfing lot opposite Lot 
five [5], in Block twenty-one [21], in tbe 
Original Town of Chicago, and designated 
as wharfing lot twenty-seven in the Orig- 
inal Town of Chicago, the same as is repre- 
sented on the map of the wharfing lots on 
South Water street and East Water street, 
north of Randolph street, and recorded in 
the ofiice of the Recorder of Cook County 
in Book 79 on Maps, page one and one and 
one-half, New Book of Maps 29, page one, 
upon the payment to the city of Chicago of 
one dollar as the consideration of the said 
deed. 



The Clerk presented the report of the 
Committee on Police, on ordinance repeal- 
ing Police Badge ordinance, deferred and 
published April 29, 1889. 

Aid. Summerfiekl moved to concur in the 
report and pass the ordinance. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

yeas — Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yier- 
ling, Summerfiekl. Gorton, Dixon (8d 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen, Hick- 
ey, Burke (6th ward ), O'Brien (6th ward), 
Love, Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton. 
Bidwill, Wallner, McEnerny, Campbell, 
Mills, Landon, Lyke, Jackson, Bowler, 
Ryan, Kowalski, Young, Powers, Hage, 
Long, Ernst, Burke (22d ward), Muel- 
hoefer, McCormick — 36. 

Nays — Pond, Kent, Horn, Tiedemann, 
Dunham — 5. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 



May 



68 



[1889. 



Ih- tt imltilnnUnj Ihr Clly Cnunril of the 
( 'Ity nj I '// iiuiijo : 

SKt'TioN I. Tliaf Hit' ordinance passed 
March II. l.SS'.». (|c.si;,'n:itii);; a bad^c to In- 
worn lt> nicniltcrs (tl llic police drparl nicnt 
of the City of Chicago as an citililmi ot an- 
thority. to take tJie idac<' (d the star form- 
erly ill nsc, he and tlie same is hereby re- 
pealed. 

Skc. L*. This ordinanci' shall take effect 
and he in force from and after its passage. 



'riic Clerk i»resented tin; re|»ort of the 
Coniniittee on .Stre«!ts and .\lleys, N. I)., 
on ordinance anthorizinj; DowdU' iV: Mc- 
Whirter to lay track a<ross llalsted 
strci't, deferred and puldished March 
21, ISSU. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the report be tem- 
porarily i>ostponed. 

8o ordered. 

The Clerk presented tlie report of tlie 
ConuniUee on License, an ordinance regu- 
lating salary of Inspector of Boilars, de- 
ferred and piiblished March 21, 1889. 

Alc^ Ernst moved to concur in the report, 
to place the ordinance on file. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Clerk presented the report of the 
Coniniittee on Judiciary, on ordinance regu- 
lating tlie salary of the Inspector of Oils, 
deferred and published April 19, 1889. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward), moved that the 
report be postponed temporarily. 

The motion prevailed. 

KEPORTS OF STANDING 
COMMITTEES. 

FIXAXCE. 

The Committee on Finance, to whom 
was referred the claim of A. E. Brunner 
for damages to his uniform, submitted a re- 
port recommending the passage of an ac- 
companying order. 

Aid. Dixon [1st ward], moved to concur 
in the report and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Veas — "Whelan, Dixon ^Ist ward), Yier- 
ling.Summerfiekl. Gorton. Dixon ( 3rd ward), 
Hepburn, Madden, Oehmen. Hickey, 
Burke i6th ward), O'Brien (6th 
wardj, Murphy. I)vorak, Bunker, 
CuUerton. Bidwill. Wallner. McEnernj-, 
Pond, Kent, Campbell, Mills, Weih- 
hardt. Jackson. Bowler, Byan, Ko- 
walski. Horn, Young, Powers, Hage. Long, 
Ernst, McGilien, Burke (22nd ward), Muel- 
hoefer, O'Brien. ( 28rd ward i, McCormick, 
Tiedemann. Dunham — 11. 

Na ys — Xone. 



The following is tlie order as passed: 

(htlrrrd. That the Cf»mmissioner of 
I'lddic Works, be and he is hereby author: 
i/.ed and directed to issue a v(»ucher for the 
sum o\ eii^ht and lifteen hundredths dol- 
lars ( SK. 1.') I. chargeable to the w ater fund, 
to A, K. I'.rdntHT. in full settlement of his 
claim. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom wa.s re- 
ferred a i>etitif)n for dred^'ing Chicago 
river between Fuller and 'J'hirty-tifth 
streets, submitted a rej)ort recommending 
that said petition be jdact.'d on file. 

Aid. Dixon ( 1st ward i moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a ])etition of Valentine G. Hunt for 
renewal of lease of j)roi)erty at northeast 
corner of Wabash avenue and Twenty- 
fourth street, submitted a report recom- 
mending the passage of an accompanying 
order. 

Aid. Dixon fist ward) moved to concur 
in the report and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

l^'cas— Whelan. Dixon [1st Avard], Vier- 
ling. Summerfield, Gorton. Dixon [8rd 
wanlj .Hepburn. Madden. Oehmen, Ilickey, 
Burke [6th ward], O'Brien [6th ward]. 
Murphy. Dvorak. Bunker, CuUerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner. Pond, Kent, Campbell, 
Mills, Weinhardt. Jackson, Bowler, Kyswi, 
Kowalski, Young, Horner, Powers, Hage, 
Long,Ernst, McGilien, Muelhoefer, O'Brien 
1 23d wardJ. McCormick. Tiedemann, Dun- 
ham— 39. 

Na ys — Xone. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Mayor and Comptrol- 
ler be and are hereby authorized and di- 
rected, until further action by the City 
Council, to lease the west half of block 31. 
Canal Trustees' sul3division of the west 
half of Section 37, Town 39. Range 11. for 
a term not exceeding one year, to Yalen- 
tine G. Hunt, at a rental of twenty-four 
hundred dollars [.S2,M)j per year. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the petition of John O'Brien for 
compensation for loss of horse, submitted a 
report recommending the passage of an ac- 
companying order. 

Aid. Dixon [1st ward] moved to concur 
in the report and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 



May 6,] 



69 



[1889. 



Fcas— Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Yer- 
1 in g, iSii mmerfi eld, G orton, Dixon ( 3rd ward ) , 
Hepburn, Madden, Oelimen, Hickey, 
Burke (6tli ward), O'Brien (6th ward). 
Love, Bunker, Cullerton, Bidwill, Wallner, 
McEnerny, Pond, Campbell, Mills, Landon, 
Weinhardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan. Ko- 
walski, Young, Horner, Powers, Hage, 
Long, Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22nd 
ward), Muelhoefer, O'Brien (23rd ward), 
McCormick, Tiedemann. Dunham— 40. 

Nays — iS one. 

The following is the order as passed: 

■ Ordered, That the Mayor and Comptrol- 
ler be and are hereby authorized and di- 
rected to pay to John O'Brien, out of mon- 
eys not otherwise appropriated, the sum *f 
twenty dollars [$20J, on said O'Brien giv- 
ing to the city a proper release from any 
further claim. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the petition of the Trade and Labor 
Assembly, in reference to payment of city 
employes semi-monthly, submitted a re- 
port recomending that said petition be 
placed on file, for the reas(m that the Mayor 
has instructed such semi-monthly payment 
to be made. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward), moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the petition for a bridge at Cherry 
avenue or Blackhawk street, or a ferry at 
Weed street, submitted a report recom- 
mending that said petition be placed on 
file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred orders for sundry sewers, submitted 
a report, recommending that said orders be 
placed on tile. 

Aldt Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the petition of A, Schuneman, for 
compensation for personal injuries, sub- 
mitted a report, recommending that the 
same be placed on file. 



Aid. Dixon (Istv^^ard), moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the claim of Arable Child et al., for 
damages to property, caused by the con- 
struction of the Western avenue viaduct, 
submitted a report recommending the pass- 
age of an accompanying order. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

Yeas — Dixon [1st ward], Yierling, Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke, 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6tli ward). Love, 
Murphy. Dvorak, Bunker, Cullerton, Bid- 
will, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell, Mills, Landon, Lyke, Wein- 
hardt, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, Kowalski, 
Young, Horner, Powers, Hage, Long, 
Ernst, McGillen, Burke (22d ward), Muel- 
hoefer, McCormick, Tiedemann, Dunham 
—42. 

Nays — None. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller be 
and is hereby authorized and directed to 
pay Arable Child and Eugenie Kron- 
berger, formerly Eugenie C. Childs, the 
sum of twenty-five dollars ($25) in full paj'- 
ment of their claim for damages to prop- 
erty, located at Austin avenue, by reason of 
the construction of the Western avenue 
viaduct. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an order to use telephone tax for ex- 
tending electric light system and also an 
order for estimate of ligliting sundry streets 
in West Division by electricity, submitted 
a report recommending that said orders be 
placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the report of the Committee on Har- 
bors and Bridges, on a communication of 
tbe mayor relative to building a bridge at 
Western avenue over the north branch of 
the Chicago River, submitted a report 
recommending that the subject matter be 
recommitted to the Committee on Harbor 
and Bridges. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 



May <;.] 



70 



\\m. 



The luotioii i>rt'vailt;(l. 



'I'lu- saiiic ( oiiiiiiitttM'. I(t \\ln»iii was r»'- 
(Vrrrd the n'jtort of tin- < '<nmiiiti«'r on Har- 
bors aiitl iiritlut''<i <»" n-iiioval of Adams 
sln-rt l»ri(l;;»', siibiiiittrd a rrport riM-oni- 
iin'iidiii^ that said rcjiort . and other matters 
ai»i)crlaiiiiii;i tlirrclo, also rrtcrri'd to Nour 
rommitti'i", !»»' i»lace<l on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st \var«l i moved to < (»ii( ur 
in the report. 

The motion j)revaile(l. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee to whom was re- 
ferred the claim of Standard (ias Lami» 
Company submitted a report recommend- 
inj; that the same be placed on tile. 

Aid. Dixon (Tst ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The uu)tion jirevailed. 



A LSO, 

The same Committee, to wlioin was re- 
ferred a ]>etitioii tor damage to i)roj)erty at 
northwest corner of Dearborn and Soutli 
Water streets, submitted a report recom- 
mending that said petition be placed on 
tile. 

Aid. Dixon 1 1st w ard ) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the claim of Josephine Landa, for 
damages caused by bursting of a water 
main in Canalport avenue, submitted a 
report recommending the passage of an ac- 
companying order. 

Aid. Dixon ( 1st ward ) moved to concur 
in the report and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and naj s as 
follows: 

— Dixon (1st wardi. Tierling, Sum- 
merfieJd, Gorton, Dixon (3d wardj. Hep- 
burn, Madden. Oehmen. Hickey, Burke 
(6th ward), O'Brien (6th ward). Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak. Bunker, Cullerton. Bid- 
M-ill. Wallner. McEnerny, Pond, Kent, 
Campbell. Mills. Landori, J.yke, Wein- 
hardt, .Jackson, Eyan, Kowalski, Young, 
Horner, Powers, Hage, Long, Ernst. Mc- 
Gillen, Burke (22d wardj," Muelhoefer, 
Tiedemann, Dunham — 40. 
A^a 1/6— None. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered. That the Comptroller be and 
he is hereby authorized and directed to pay 
to Josephine Landa. the sum of twelve and 
twenty-five one-hundredth dollars [S12.25J, 



in full settleiuent of all claim for dam ages 
accruing to lier fnMii the bursting of a 
water maiti in front of jiremises at No. lo*.* 
West Kighteenlli .street. 



ALHO, 

The sanu* Committ«M', to whom wa8 re- 
ferred the petition of Fred Dautel for dam- 
ages caused by bursting water mains, siil>- 
mitted a report re(;ommending that the 
same be i)la<'e<l on tile. 

Aid. Dixon (Ist ward) moved to concur 
in the rei)ort. 

The moticm jtrevailed. 

ALSO, 

The same Connnittoe, to whom was re- 
ferred an order to ins»'rt sfjO.iHHJ in the a|K 
propriation bill for a bridL'e at Carpenter or 
Sanganion stre<*t, submitted a rej)ort rec- 
ommending that said petition be placed on 
file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the petition of L. F. Towne; for 
compensation for personal injuries, sul>- 
mitted a report recommending that the 
same be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 

ALSO. 

The same Committee, to which was re- 
ferred the petition of Michael Delee. for re- 
fund of taxes paid in error, submitted a 
report 'recommending that said petition be 
placed on file, for the reason that the claim 
has been settled. 

Aid. Dixon fist ward i moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Commit^e, to whom was re- 
ferred the petition of L. J. M. Campbell, for 
compensation for damage to properfK", sul> 
mitted a report recommending that said 
petition be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward i moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, tojwhom was re- 
ferred a communication from the Board of 



May 6,] 



71 



[1889. 



Education in regartl to appropriations for 
repairs for school buildings, submitted a 
report recommending that said communi- 
cation be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion lue vailed. 

ALSO, 

Tlie same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a , petition relating to deepeing the 
Chicago river at Washington street, sub- 
mitted a report recommending that the 
same be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
an the report. 

The motion jirevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an order authorizing the Commis- 
sioner of Public AVorks to construct a 
sewer in Washtenaw avenue, from Ogden 
avenue to West Twenty-second street, sub- 
mitted a report recommending that the 
same be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon [1st wardj moved to concur 
jn the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a ])etition for sewer in Gross avenue, 
submitted a report recommending that said 
petition be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward ) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a communication relative to the 
management of the Washingtonian Home, 
submitted a report thereon. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the report be tem- 
porarily postponed. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred the ]ietition of Edward Protoux, for 
refund of fine, submitted a report recom- 
mending that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Dixon (1st ward) moved to concur 
in the report. 

The motion prevailed. 



STREETS AND ALI>EYS, S. I). 

The Committee on .Streets and Alleys, S. 
D., to whom was referred papers and an 
ordinance repealing an ordinance for widen- 
ing Congress street, from State street to 
Michigan avenue, submitted majority and 
minority reports thereon. 

Aid. Hepburn moved that the reports be 
deferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Burke (6th ward i moved that said 
reports be made the special order for the 
next regular meeting at 8:.S0 o'clock. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following are the reports: 

MA.TOKITY REPORT. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council assembled: 

A majority of your Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, S. D., to whom was re- 
ferred papers and an ordinance repealing 
an ordinance for widening Congress street, 
from State street to Michigan avenue, hav- 
ing had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report, and recommend that the 
subject matter be placed on file. 

John W. Hepburn, 
Chairman. 

Arthur Dixon, 
L. B. Dixon, 

F. C. YlERLING. 



MINORITY REPORT. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of CMcago in Council assemhled : 

A minority of your Committee on Streets 
and Alleys, S. D., to whom was referred 
papers and an ordinance repealing an or- 
dinance for widening Congress street, from 
State street to Michigan avenue, having 
had the same under advisement, beg leave 
to report, and recommend that said repeal- 
ing ordinance be passed. 

Edward P. Burke. 
John S. Oehman. 



repealing ORDIN'ANCE. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the 
City of Ch icago : 

Section 1. That an ordinance entitled 
" An ordinance for widening Congress 
street, from State street to Michigan av- 
enue," passed February 4, 1889, be and the 
same is hereby repealed. 

Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an order concerning an outer bar- 



I 



I 



May 



l»<tr, silhliiil trti :i l«'|M>it ircr III IIM'IkIim^ tlic 
pMSNa^r n| t ln' «»i<h'r. 

Ahl. I li'phiirii iiH>\c«l tli;il llir icporl l>r 
(U-trrird and pii hi islicd. 

'riic liiul ioii |t|»'\ iiilrd. 

Tlic (<dlu\\ iii^ is tlic ir|»(ii l : 

To IIk Mojinr <in<l . ihlci iiicii of tin ( 'H\i of . 
<'hir<i(io in ('oiiiit'il ^\.ssrnil>h'<l. 

\onr ( "(uniuitli't' (HI Sti»'«'ts mid AIIcns, 
.S. 1)., to wlioiii was rrfcin'd an order that 
thr CoiiiiiiissioiH'r of I'liblic \V'orl<s have a 
lirir of jtiliiiii placed in oiilei- liarl>or, Ix^f- 
weeii I'iirk row and Ifanpolpli street, lia\- 
iii<: liad tlie same under adxisement, hej^ 
leave to report and rec(»niiiiend the passa^<5 
of the order. 

Anson (ionroN, 
( 'hdirnid n. 

A.N OltDIOK. 

Onlrral , That tlie ( 'omniissioner of I'uh- 
lie Works be and is hereby directed to 
havo a lino (►f i)ilin;» driven into the sub- 
mersed hind under tlie waters of Lake 
Miciiij^an. and one liundred and fifty feet 
, east of the east line of the riglit-of-way of 
the Illinois Central Railroad, ami extend- 
injj from the south line of Park row, pro- 
(lueed to the soutli line of Kandolph street, 
sufficient to hold made land, and cause the 
material excavated from the new lake tun- 
nel and the debris collected by the street 
department, to be dumped therein, for 
the purpose of making an extension of 
Michigan avenue, one hundred and fifty 
feet \vide. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to wiiom was re- 
ferred a petition to rescind an order staying 
the improvement of Emerald avenue, from 
Twenty-sixth to Twenty-nintli streets, sub- 
mitted a report recommending that said 
order be rescinded, and tliat the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works proceed with said 
improvement; provided, the contractor 
Avill wait for pay until the assessment for 
same shall have been collected. 

Aid. Gorton, moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a petition for opening alley from 
Thirty-seventh to Thirty-eighth streets, 
between Langley avenue and Cottage j 
Grove avenue, submitted a report recom- i 
mending that the prayer of the petitioners 
he granted, and that the Department of 
Public Works submit to1:his Council an or- 
dinance for same in accordance with ac- 
companying plat. 



Aid. Ilepliniti moved to eoiiciir in the re- 
p<»rt. 

'I'lie mot i(*ii pre\ :ii led. 



A LSO, 

'I'lie siiiiie ('oiiiiiiittee, to whom was re- 
lerre<| ;i petition toexf^Mid Fake .street, siib- 
mittcd a report recommending that tlie 
same be referred to t he. I )epart ment of 
Public Works for an ordiiiiui« <'. 

Aid. Ilepbiirii moved to coiiciir in the re- 
port. 

'I'he motion pn'vailed. 



A LSO, 

'J'he same Committee, to whom was n;- 
ferred an order to stay all i»roc«'edings in 
flu; matter of improving Thirty-«Mglith 
street, from Wentworth avenue to .State 
street, submitted a report recom mending^ 
that said order be placed on file. 

Aid. Hepburn moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a remonstrance against paving the 
alley from Thirty-fourth to Thirty-fifth 
streets, between Wabash avenue and Mich- 
igan avenue, submitted a report recom- 
mending that said order be i)laced on file. 

Aid. Hepburn moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 



AL.SO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a remonstrance against paving 
Fourth avenue, from Harrison street to 
Polk street, submitted a report recommend- 
ing that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Hepburn moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 



STKEETS AXD ALLEY-S, W. D. 

The Committee oli Streets and Alleys, ^y. 
D., to whom was referred a petition to re- 
peal ordinance for opening an alley be- 
tween Huron street and Superior street 
and from Pvobey street to Hoyne avenue, 
submitted a report recommending that the 
same be placed on file. 



May 6,] 



73 



[1889. 



Aid. Landon moved that the report be 
recommitted. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance anthorizing the West 
Chicago Street Kailroad Company to ex- 
tend its tracks on West Chicago avenue 
and California avenue, snbmitted a report 
recommending the passage of the ordi- 
nance. 

Aid. Jackson moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance. 

Aid. Landon moved that it be deferred 
and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Horn moved lhat it be made the 
special order for the next regular meeting 
at 9 o'clock p. m. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council assembled: 

Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
West Division, to whom was referred ordin- 
ance authorizing W. C. St. R. R. Co. to 
extend tracks on West Chicago avenue and 
California avenue, having had the same 
under advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the ordinance. 

J. L. CAMPBELL, 

Chairman. 

AN OliDINANCE 

Be it ordained by the City Council of t}\e 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1. Peruiission and authority is 
4iereby granted to the West Chicago Street 
Kailroad Company, its successors and as- 
-signs, to extend the street railroad leased 
by said Company on West Chicago avenue 
from the present terminus thereof to Cali- 
fornia avenue, and upon California avenue 
from West Chicago avenue to West Divis- 
ion street, with the right to connect with 
other street railroads operated by said com- 
pany. 

Sec. 2. The permission hereby given is 
subject to all the terms and conditions 
which apply to said street railroad now 
located and operated on said West Chicago 
avenue, and to all ordinances of the City of 
Chicago applicable thereto. The line here- 
by authorized shall be regarded and con- 
sidered as an extension of the present line , 
on West Chicago avenue, and but one fare 
shall be charged for any distance, the line 
to be completed on or before the 1st day of 
December, A. D. 1889. 

Sec. 3. The West Chicago Street Ptail- 
road Company shall pay all damages to the 
owners of property abutting on the streets 
upon which the roads hereby authorized 



shall be .constructed, which said owners 
may sustain by reason of the location or 
construction of said road. 

Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect 
and be in force upon its acceptance by said 
Company; provided, that that acceptance 
shall be filed with the City Clerk within 
thirty (30) days from the passage of this 
ordinance, otherwise this ordinance shall 
be void and of no effect. 



also. 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an order for an ordinance changing 
the grade on Blue Island avenue, from 
Twenty-first street to Twenty-second street, 
submitted a report recommending the pass- 
age of the ordinance as recommended. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the Order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and is hereby ordered to re- 
port an ordinance so changing the grade on 
Blue Island avenue, between Tw^enty-first 
and Twenty-second streets: That the 
grade shall be twelve feet above datum at 
Twentj'-first street and Blue Island avenue, 
and continued at such grade south along 
Blue Island avenue to a point 285 feet north 
of the northeast corner of Blue Island av- 
enue and Twenty-second street, from which 
point the grade shall decline to that of 
Twenty-second street and Ashland avenue. 



also. 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance repealing an ordinance 
for sidewalk on Douglas Park place, sub- 
mitted a report recommending the passage 
of the ordinance. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the re- 
port and pass the ordinance. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as. follows: 

Yeas — Whelan, Dixon fist ward), Sum- 
merfield, Gorton, Dixon (3d ward), Hep- 
burn, Madden, Oehmen, Hickey, Burke 
( 6th ward ), O'Brien f6th ward ), Love, Mur- 
phy, Dvorak, Bunker, Cuilerton, Bidwill, 
Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Kent, Camp- 
bell, Mills, Landon, J^yke, Weinhardt, 
Jackson, Bowler, Kowalski, Horn, Powers, 
Hage, Long, Burke (22d ward), Muelhoefer, 
O'Brien (23d ward), McCorniick, Tiede- 
mann, Dunham — 39. 

Naxjs — Xone. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the ordinance passed 
January 28, 1889, relative to sidewalk on 
both sides of Douglas Park place, between 



7( 



11889 



NVa.slit«>ii]i\v aM iiiic and ( ulitniiii^i avi-niH-, 
Ik- tin- siiiiif is ln'H'li\ irpra |r*|. 



A l .s»). 

'I'lir siniif ( 'oiiiiiiiltt'f. In wlmiii was n- 
t'cricil an ordiininc*', ani liori/ini; .lanit>.s M. 
(Iallit\\;i\ f(i la\ down a .snilabh- swildi 
Hack in MIock .'Jo, l-'lston's Addition, sid*- 
niillcd a i'f|)<)rt. i°r<-onini<-n<linu that the 
said 1)1 ditiaiK-c Ix- jdai-cd on lil**. 

Aid. I.andon nio\t>d to ronciir in tlx- 
report. 

Tlif motion prrvailed. 



ALSO. 

Tilt' .sanu- Coininittee. to whom w as re- 
iern'd an ordinance for the vacation of 
Wharf street . between Lnnil>er street and 
the south l)ranch of the ('hi(;a<;o l{i\er,sul)- 
niitted a report, reeonnneiiding tliat the 
same l)e phieed on tih'. 

Aid. J.,an(lon moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevaiU'd. 



ALSO, 

Tlie same Comnuttee, to wliom was re- 
ferred a remonstrance against tlie construc- 
tion of a viaduct at Lincoln and Kinzie 
.streets, submitted a report, recommending 
that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. J.andon moved to Concur in tlie 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to w liom was re- 
ferred a petition, to open alley west of 
A^"estern avenue, between Lunn court 
and Twelfth street, submitted a report, 
recommending that it be referred to the 
Department of Public Works for an ordin- 
ance. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom w as re- 
ferred an order to stay the improvement of 
Fifteenth street, between Western avenue 
and California avenue, submitted a report 
recommending the passage of the order. 

Aid. Landon mo^'ed to concur in the re- 
port and pass the order. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of 
Public Works be and he is hereby directed j 



to .slop lining. ciirl)in>{ and paviiiu Filteenih 
.street. I»etween Western and <'alifornia a\ 
enues, until tnrtlier orders ot t his ( 'oun<-il. 



A LSO. 

The same ( dmniiltee, to wlnun w a. s re- 
ferred a lemon.strance again.st stone siiie- 
walk on Aflanis street, from ( enter avenue 
to Western avenue, submitted a report 
rec<un mending that the same be placed on 
file. 

Aid. Landon mo\e4| to coui'iir in the 
report. 

.Tlu* motion jtrcNailed. 



AL.SO. 

The same Committee, to wliom was re- 
ferred a nMuoristrance against improving 
Alport street, submitted a report recom- 
mending that tlie .same l)e placed on file. 

Aid. Landon mo\ed to concur in tin- 
report. 

"J'lie motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a denu>nstrance against improving 
Fairfield a^enue, between Twelfth street 
and Ogden avenue, submitted a re|)ort 
recommending that the same be placed on 
file. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the 
re])ort. 

The motion prevailed. 



AL.<0, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a petition and an ordinance fixing, 
height of curb on Eighteenth street, between 
Wood street and Western avenue, sul)- 
mitted a report recommending that it 1)6 
referred to the Department of Public 
Works for an ordinance. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO. 

The same Committee, to whorn was re- 
ferred an order to let contract for viaduct 
at Lincoln street, submitted a report recom- 
mending that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 



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[1889. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance establishing sidewall^ 
space on the east side of Lytle street, from 
McAllister place to Gilpin place, submitted 
a report recommending that the same be 
placed on tile. ' 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a petition and order to repeal ordin- 
ance for paving with asphalt, Fulton 
street, from California avenue to Kedzie 
avenue, submitted a report recommending 
that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Landon moved to concur in the 
report. 

J The motion prevailed. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, N. D. 

The Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
N. D., to whom was referred an order to 
stay the improvement of an alley between 
Division and Goethe and Clark streets and 
La Salle avenue, submitted a report recom- 
mending that tlie same be placed on file. 

Aid. Tiedemann moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred a remonstrance against improve- 
ment of Locust street, submitted a report 
recommending that the same be placed on 
file. 

Aid. Tiedemann moved to concur in the 
report. 

The motion prevailed. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance authorizing Burmiller 
and Unzieker to lay a switch track on Haw- 
thorne avenue, submitted a report recom- 
mending the passage of the ordinance. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

^ The following is the report: 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of Chicago in Council assembled: 

Your Committee on Streets and Alleys, 
N. D., to whom was referred ordinance, 
authorizing Gail, Burmiller & Unzieker to 
lay switch track on Hawthorne avenue. 



having had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report, and recommend the pass- 
age of the ordin ance. 

Chas. Buemeistee, 

Chairman. 

John Reich, 

J. H. Tiedemann, 

Otto Hage. 

an ordinance. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the 
City of Chicago : 

Section 1, That permission and author- 
ity is hereby granted to Carl Gail, Emil 
Burmiller and Hermann Unzieker, doing 
business under the firm name and style of 
Gail, Burmiller & Unzieker, the proprietors 
of the Chicago Iron Works, to lay down 
and operate a switch track, from and con- 
necting with the tracks of the Chicago & 
Evanston Railroad, owned and operated by 
the C. M. & St. P. R. R. Co., on Hawthorne 
avenue, at a point near the intersection of 
said tracks with Willow street, running 
thence southeasterly to a point 150 feet 
southeasterly of the southeast corner of 
Willow street. 

Sec. 2. The said Gail, Burmiller and 
Unzieker are hereby required, and this 
grant is made upon the express condition 
that they shall so lay down and maintain 
said track that it shall interfere as little as 
practicable in the use of said Hawthorne 
avenue, and shall at all times keep said 
track in such condition as to allow the free 
use and easy passage of vehicles along and 
over the same, and that they will also keep 
the sidewalk across said track in good con- 
dition and repair so as not to endanger the 
passage of pedestrians over the same, all of 
which shall be done under the directions of 
the Department of Public Works, and 
whenever the Department of Public Works 
shall order said track to be repaired or 
placed in a safe condition for travel over 
the same, then said Gail, Burmiller and 
Unzieker shall comply with such order 
within ten (10) days thereafter; and in case 
of a refusal to comply with such order then 
the Department of Public Works may, 
without further notice, take up and remove 
such track, and all rights hereunder shall 
then cease and determine. 

Sec. 3. Said Gail, Burmiller and Un- 
zieker shall not at any time permit any car 
or cars to Stand upon said track. 

Sec. 4. This permission and authority 
is made upon the further condition tliat 
said Gail, Burmiller and Unzieker shall 
keep and save the City of Chicago harmless 
from all damages, costs and expenses 
whatsoever arising out of this grant, and 
said Carl Gail, Emil Burmiller and Her- 
man Unzieker, shall give a bond, with one 
or more sureties, to be approved by the 
Mayor, in the penal sum of five thousand 
dollars ($5,000), for the fulfillment of the 
conditions of this grant or permission. 

Sec. 5. This ordinance shall be subject 
to amendment or repeal at any time, and is 
expressly limited to a period 'of ten years 



May t\, I 



(1889. 



froju the luissnKc licicof, and at the ('Xi>irii- 
ll(m of said Ini f l(h yi-arn, or soiuicr, If iliis 
ordi nailer mIiomM hi* r<>p(>alc(l,tli('n said 
IJurnulliM" and I 'n/icUcr sliiill take np iiiid 
r«'niov(' said tradv I'roin Hawthorne avcnni^ 
within live (f)) (hi\s alter notice l>y tlie |)e- 
oarlnientol IMihlie Worl<s. and in ease ol" 
I'ai liirc or reliisal to eoni|tl> willi said no- 
tice, or in case said (Jail, liurnillierand L'n- 
zciker, or cither of tiunn, do not nse said 
track, tlMMi tlio city may remove tlie same 
and i)laee the street winch is ()('cn])ied by 
said track in such condition us it may see lit, 
so as to correspond to the other ]»arts of the 
street, and tlie expiMise of such removal, or 
of any removal of said track by the city, 
shall l)e paid by said (Jarl (iail. Ennl liiir- 
millerand Hermann llnzieker, their heirs, 
executors and administrators, jointly or sev- 
erally. 

ISec. H. This ordinance sliall be in force 
from and after its accei)tance by said (lail. 
Burmiller and Unzieker,andthefilinf<of and 
approval of the bond, provided for in Sec- 
tion four hereof, which shall be done within 
thirty (80) days from the passajje hereof, 
and in such acceptance said Gail, JBurmiller 
an(l IJnzieker shall expressly agree to all 
the conditions of this ordinance and ex- 
pressly agree to pay to the City of Chicago 
all moneys it may be comjjelled to pay for, 
or by reason of granting this permission. 



HARBORS AND BRIDGES. 

The Committee on Harbors and Bridges, 
to whom was referred the petition of Ed- 
ward McQuaid, for permission to erect a 
bridge protection gate, submitted a report 
recommending that it be referred to the 



Connnissioiieior riiblic Works with power 
to ;iel. 

^\l(l. Wallner moved t<» concni' in tlw; 
I'f'port. 
'J"he motion prevailed. 

/ mcknkf:. 

The ('ommitteeon License, to wliom was 
referred the petition of ped<llers, for |)olice 
pidtectidii. siil)mitted a report recomnuind- 
ing that {]]{', I'oiice J)ep;irl ment enforce 
necessary i>rot(;ction under the; law. 

Aid. Ernst moved to concur in the report. 
The motion ])revaile,d. 



ALSO, 

Th(( "sauK! Committ(!e, to whom was re- 
ferred an ordinance fixing rates to be 
charged l)y T<dej)hon(; Companies, subniit- 
t(Hl a report recommending that tlie same 
be placed on file. 

Aid. Ernst moved to concur in the report. 

TIk! motion prevailed. 



AD.IOURNMEXT. 

Aid. Bidwill moved tliat the Council do 
now adjourn. 

The motion prevailed. 

And tlie Council stood adjourned. 

FRAXZ AMBERG, 

City Clerk. 



May 13,1 



77 



1889. 



/ 



CITY COUNCIL. 



REGULAR MEETING. 



MAY 13, 1889. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Prese7it— His Honor the Mayor and Ald- 
ermen Whelan, Dixon (1st ward), Vierl- 
ing, Snmmerfield. Gorton, Dixon (3rd 
ward), Hepburn, Madden, Hickey, Burl^e 
(6th ward), O'Brien* (6th ward). Love, 
Murphy, Dvorak, Bunker, Culler ton. Bid- 
ill, Wallner, McEnerny, Pond, Campbell, 
Mills, Landon, Lyke, Jackson, Bowler, 
Kyan, Kowalski, fiorn. Young, Mulvihill, 
Horner, Harris, Powers, McCann, Hage, 
Long, Ernst, Burke (22d ward), Muel- 
hoefer, O'Brien (23rd ward), McCormick, 
Tiedemann and Dunham. 

w^bsent— Aldermen Oehmen,Kent, Weinr 
liarcjt and McGillen,. 



MINUXES. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the minutes of 
the regular meeting held May 6, 1889, be 
approved without being read. 

The motion prevailed. 



KEPOllTS OF CITY OFFICERS. 

His Honor the Mayor submitted his re- 
port of releases frqm the House of Correc- 



tion, for the week ending May 11, 1889, 
which was 

Placed on tile. 



The Comptroller submitted his report of 
the receipts and expenditures of the City 
of Chicago, for the month of April, 1889. 

Aid. Ernst moved that the report be pub- 
Ished and placed on file. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

Department of Finance,) 
Chicago, May 10, 1889. \ 

To the Mayor and Aldermen in, City 
Council assembled: 

Gentlemen: I herewith submit my re- 
port of the receipts and expenditures of the 
City of Chicago, for the month of April, 
1889. as required by Chapter 3, Article 1, 
Section 531, of the revised ordinances: 

Kespectfully, 

W- Jr OnAHAN, 

Qomptrollef, 



May 18,1 



78 



(1889. 



HrA'ri'.MKNr OK riiK kkci-ii's and kx- 

I'KNDI rmiKS OKTIIK ( ITY OK CHI- 
('A(iO, I'Olt I'lIK MON'I'll OK 
Al'inii, IHHK. 

HECKIPTS. 

WATKU FUND. 

l''r(>in 1 )(>j'ii rl iiK'iil i)f I'uh- 

Wo k-* Snf) 271. W 

From City Compi roller. .. U.ti.Vi.lO 

$58,923.08 

HPEOIAIi AHSKS.SMENT FUND. 

From E. llutz, ('ity Col- 
lector. !6;iir).ai 

Kroni City (%)mi)trollor... 52.10 

$167.94 

SCHOOL FUND. 

From C. C. Chaso. Atient. S2«8,8H1,88 
From (yity Comptroller... 149.7li 

S2t59,031 64 

GENERAL TAXE8, 1888. 

From South Towu Col- 
lector ,$1,193,353.S3 

From West Town Collector 330,822..54 

From North Town Col- 
lector 144.310.87 

'- $1,668,486.74 

HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

From Bridewell Fines $906.45 

From sale brick dec 697.00 

From Jabor 3,252.:^2 

From board o£ prisoners 1,903.25 

16,759.02 

.DEPARTMENT PUBLIC WORKS. 

From Department Public 
Works $6,719.55 

SEWERAGE FUND. 

From Department 
Public Works $1,787.88 

, SCHOOL TAX FUND. 

From City Comptroll>ir $3,619.74 

POLICE FUND. 

From G. W. Hubbard, 
iSuperintendent $314.59 

PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND. 

Fr>mW. B. Wickersham, 
Secretary $404.07 

STREET LAMP FUND. 

From J. S. Quirk, Inspec- 
tor §1.00 

GENER.\L FUND. 

From Licenses $ 2,533.11 

From BaildiDg Depart- 
ment 2,274.80 

F'rom Clerks of Police 

Courts 2,367.40 

From Kents 987. .lO 

From Fe98 2,39.00 

From C<ity Markets 205.45 

From Pounds 13.00 



t 

From C<i«.f of T(ix Hal(JH... H.41 

From Tax DcoiIh 11.59 

From (ionorAl Fund . . 501.25 9,171. ."il 

Total KoL'oiptB $2,025,387.81 

KXPKNDITUHEH. 

WaliT Fund $16l ,'^13.(Hl 

Hp<'<rii<l AHKHHmont Fund. 77. 304. 

Hchool Kiiud 27(M3H,.58 

(i<!iMMal iMind... 72, 593. .59 

('ontint;<;nt l""und 892.26 

Ho(iH(' 'if ( !()t roc,i ion Fund 21.273.3il 

l)iM)l. I'uhiir; WoiKh Kiuid 171.979.1 1 

K( vvruair<^ Fund •:;7,(>11.0l 

Hcth'iol Tax Kund 275,8^1.75 

Polico Fund •.' 164.993.58 

Firo r(n)t. Kund 124,301.07 

City Hall Kunfl 80.99 

Htrf'ol Lurn|> Kund 14 ',835.11 

Public labrarv Fund . . 9.427.26 

Hrulth Dept. Fund 27,205.61 

Total Expenditures... $1,551,214.14 

llospejtfully submitted, 

W. J. Onauan, 
Chicago, May 10, 1889. Comptroller. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
the City Collector, in tlu; jjenal sum of two 
hundred and fifty tliouand dollars, with 
Charles 11. .Schwab, Daniel Corkery, Walter 
C. Newberry, John P. Altgeld and Andrew 
McNally as suretie.s. 

Aid. Jackson moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays 
as follows: 

• Yeas — Dixon fist ward), Vierling, Gor- 
ton, Dixon (8dwardj, Jlepburn, Madflen, 
llickey, Barlce i I5th wardi, O'Brien i tith 
ward )1! Murpliy, Ciillerton, Bid will, Wall- 
ner, McEnerny, Pond, Campbell, Mills, 
Landon, Lyke, Jackson, Bowler, Ryan, 
Horn, Mulvihill, Horner. Harris, Powers, 
McCann, Hage, Long, Ernst, Burke (22d 
ward). O'Brien ('23d wardj, McCormick, 
Tiedemann, Dunham — 36. 
Nays — Xone. 

The Commissioner of Public Works sub- 
mitted esiimates of the cost of ligliting the 
streets of the city with other material than 
gas. 

Aid. Burke i 5th ward) moved that the 
same be laid over and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following are the estimates: 

Departmkxt of Public AVokks, ) 
Chicago, May 13, 1889. j 

To the Honornhle the Mayor and City 
Council of the City of Chicago: 

Gextleeex: In pursuance of an order 
passed by your honorable body, April 29, 
1889, I respectful I submit two estimates of 
the cost of lighting the streets of the city 
with other material than gas. Such amcunts 
being estimated on the basis of 5,618 lamps 
now in city. 



May 13,] 



1^ 



These estimates wete fiirnislied hy two 
separate parties; both of whom are well 
informed upon this subject. 

FIRSr ESTIMATE. 

Total cost....: ^fAfAa 

Lass cost of permaneat plant in.d^io.Du 

Total cost of lighting . $71^00^-f-'Q 

Total cost per lamp $12.57 

SECOND ESTIMATE. 

Total cost , - $88,000.00 

Less cost of permanent plant 18,480 00 

Total co3t of lighting . $69,520.00 

Total cost per lamp $12 31-100 

Cost of lighting last year, per lamp, as ^ 

per contract $18,50 

And the total cost for lighting 5.648 

lamps at this price would be $104,488